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  • December 06, 2012 06 Dec'12

    Cook shakes up Apple supply chain with move to US

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed plans to shake-up the vendor’s supply chain by moving production of one of its lines of Mac computers to the United States

  • December 06, 2012 06 Dec'12

    BYOD hype still far from reality

    Despite the large amount of hype around the subject not many customers have allowed their organisations to roll out BYOD

  • December 05, 2012 05 Dec'12

    Spirit of HP a strength for Whitman

    HP CEO Meg Whitman has talked of the DNA the company has thanks to its founders as she talked up its attempts to return to better days

  • November 29, 2012 29 Nov'12

    Dixons returns UK profit for first time in five years

    Electrical retail is not all doom and gloom with Dixons Retail delivering a solid set of interim numbers for its first half as it enjoys the benefits of a strong summer of sport and Comet's demise

  • November 09, 2012 09 Nov'12

    Comet administrators swing axe on 330 staff

    One week after being appointed Comet's administrators have made 330 staff redundant as the struggling retailer looks to trim costs

  • November 09, 2012 09 Nov'12

    Users start reporting Surface cover problems

    With the dust hardly settled after the launch of Microsoft's Surface tablet there are already reports from users that the cover with an integrated keyboard is splitting

  • November 09, 2012 09 Nov'12

    Tablet growth pays off for Nvidia

    The growth in demand for its graphic chips from the smartphone and tablet market helped boost Nvidia's third quarter numbers and allow the vendor to introduce its first quarterly dividend

  • November 08, 2012 08 Nov'12

    C2000 launches Windows 8 website to channel

    Computer 2000 has launched a dedicated Windows 8 website to bring reseller partners up to speed on the new operating system

  • November 08, 2012 08 Nov'12

    Lenovo numbers solid but PC growth rate slows

    Lenovo has continued to duck the blight afflicting the global PC market after posting another strong quarter, with pre-tax income hitting a new record, but its growth rate now seems to be slowing

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