Dell says gaming PCs are doing well
Published in Notebooks


Better than ordinary PCs

Grey box shifter Dell said that global demand for gaming PCs is heating up and the boom will continue over the next five years.

Samsung to overtake Intel
Published in Processors


World’s largest chipmaker


The age where Intel is considered the world’s largest chipmaker might be ending.

Worldwide PC shipments fall below 63 million units
Published in News


Looks like limbo bar can go lower

Beancounters at Gartner Group have said that worldwide PC shipments totaled 62.2 million units in the first quarter of 2017, a 2.4 percent decline from the first quarter of 2016. The first quarter of 2017 was the first time since 2007 that the PC market experienced shipments below 63 million units in a quarter.

Bungie's Destiny 2 confirmed for PC
Published in Games


New trailer released

Bungie has now officially released the Destiny 2 reveal trailer unveiling some story details as well as confirming that the game will indeed be coming to the PC.

Corsair unveils its One systems
Published in News


Couple of different models

Following its earlier push in the PC system market with Bulldog barebone, Corsair has now unveiled its fully-assembled PC system called the One.

PC makers hike prices
Published in Notebooks


Components getting pricey


PC vendors are jacking up their prices as part costs, including display panels, DRAM, SSDs, Li batteries are getting more expensive.

All-in-one sales expected to pick up again
Published in Notebooks


After three years of slump

Analysts are predicting that All-in-one PC sales will pick up a bit this year after a dismal performance for the last three years.

Apple’s hardware sales fall behind rivals
Published in News


Market leaders grew while Jobs’ Mob fell


The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has really dropped the ball when it comes to hardware and is rapidly losing ground to rivals.

Less PCs means less openness
Published in Notebooks


Consequences of the "death of the PC"

While there are many who want to see the end of the PC, its replacements are killing off some of the nicer aspects of that revolution, its openness and ability to program.

Apple CEO was spinning like crazy over PCs
Published in News


Insiders say Job’s Mob does not care about Macintosh any more

Yesterday the Tame Apple Press was full of stories about how Tim Cook really loved the Macintosh and was going to release new and important hardware updates in the future.