A two-year slump in PC sales has ended in the second quarter, helped by improving demand in developed markets such as North America and Europe and improved intake of lower-end systems.
Betting big on next-gen chip technology, IBM will invest $3 billion over the next five years for R&D. The goal? To build more powerful processors that can meet the huge demands of cloud computing and Big Data.
Most enterprises are prepared for the IoT and see its business potential. But the reality is that there may not be enough network capacity to handle the increased demand in connected devices.
Are PCs on the comeback trail? That depends on how you define "comeback." While tablet sales remain strong, Gartner's latest study found PC shipments aren't dropping as fast as they did last year.
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