Three year cycle is with us for ever
Beancounters at Gartner have added up some numbers and reached the same conclusion as everyone else that the smartphone boom is over and people will only start replacing them once every three years instead of yearly.
Gartner predicts a 4.5 percent increase
Beancounters at Gartner group have been adding up some numbers and reached the conclusion that the worldwide IT spending will increase by 4.5 percent to $3.7 trillion in 2018.
Samsung beats Chipzilla up
Figures just in from the Gartner Group showed that Samsung was the leader in chip sales in 2017.
Users keep the old ones going
Beancounters at Gartner have been adding up some numbers and reached the conclusion that sales of traditional PCs are still falling.
Which was the year of the meaningful lyric
The analyst outfit Gartner has added up some numbers and divided by its shoe size and reached a conclusion that the PC market is as bad as it was in 2007.
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.
Gartner remains hopeful
Last year represented the fifth year of declining PC sales, according to beancounters at Gartner.
Gartner dusts off its Crystal balls
The divination unit of Gartner group has been dusting off its crystal balls for its solstice predictions and decided that by 2019, a fifth of all user interactions with the smartphone will take place via virtual personal assistants (VPAs).
Apple did not cash in on Note 7 fiasco
Samsung Electronics is still the number one global seller of smartphones in spite of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.