9.6 per cent drop in a year
Beancounters at Gartner have been totting up some figures on a back of an envelope and reached the conclusion that PC shipments have dropped 9.6 percent.
Gartner declares there is no longer gold in them thar hills
The days of the smartphone being a licence to print money are over and any growth in the market is going to be smart, according to the bean counters at Gartner.
Gartner polishes its crystal balls
Augurs in the divination division of the analyst outfit Gartner have been consulting the entrails of load of bullocks and come to the conclusion that 274.6 million wearable electronic devices will be sold worldwide in 2016.
Strong US dollar to blame, amongst other things
Worldwide PC shipments dropped 8.3 percent in the fourth quarter which was the worst sales have been since 2008, beancounters at Gartner Group said.
15.5 Percent up on last year
Smartphone sales soared 15.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015 compared to this time last year.
Maybe Apple will support it
Beancounters at analyst outfit Gartner have decided that Windows 10 will eventually be the most successful of Redmond's creations.
Sales continue to fall
Beancounters at Gartner say that the rising US dollar is helping to kill off PC sales.
Google mocks Gartner's figures
Search engine outfit Google announced Android was now being used by 1.4 billion people around the world, something which might surprise analysts working for Gartner who believed Android had peaked.
Others think the fad is going away
While many think that the optimism about the growth of 3D printers was unfounded, analyst outfit Gartner Group thinks there is "gold in them thar hills."