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Computers and Peripherals
News & Commentary
HP put Android on a laptop, in an apparent attempt to make a device that absolutely no one wants.
HP is up roughly 8% since management provided color on its most recent quarterly results. Here's why.
What does it say for PC's when the No. 1 manufacturer sold more smartphones than PC's?
IBM just beat Wall Street's revenue estimates for the first time in six quarters. But does that mean it's a buy?
Samsung's profit warning foreshadows bad things on the horizon. Here's why it's about to get more squeezed by the competition than ever before.
Lenovo is the world's largest PC manufacturer, largely due to its huge share in China, and the company has been increasingly focused on expanding in the United States in recent years. Now the third largest PC vendor in the U.S. behind Hewlett-Packard and Dell, Lenovo's profits could rise significantly as it gains more market share in the United States.
IBM will invest $3 billion over the next five years to develop more efficient microprocessors, just when everyone thought it was getting out of hardware. Here's why this decision might backfire.
Another device vendor looks set to follow in Apple's footsteps.
Fewer consumers in China bought handsets that run on 3G mobile networks as they waited for faster 4G networks.
IBM's great week has overshadowed one important long-term theme.