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For Q2 2018, revenue came in at $19.3 billion, down about $800 million from two quarters ago, but profitability is still proving elusive.
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Microsoft is planning its next Future Decoded developer event in the London at the end of October, where it’s expected the company will unveil new Surface PC models.
The processors are aimed at such emerging workloads as artificial intelligence, virtual reality and data analytics.
A survey by the Spiceworks IT professional network finds that desktops and laptops remain the top types of computers in corporate offices.
Acer's new Switch 7 Black Edition comes with a powerful eighth-generation Intel Core i7 processor, but this thin table-notebook hybrid uses fanless cooling technology.
Attendees at this year's IFA conference in Germany can get a first-hand look at the Windows-compatible mixed-reality gear arriving this holiday season.
Dell and HP may rule the corporate PC market, but Microsoft line of Surface devices is steadily winning fans, finds Spiceworks.
This holiday shopping season, Microsoft's hardware partners will stock shelves with headsets and Windows PCS to tempt people who haven't started exploring virtual reality.
The company's Personal Systems division (PCs, laptops, mobile devices) generated revenues of $8.404 billion, up 12 percent year over year.
The chip maker is promising up to 40 percent better performance with its 8th-Generation PC processors.
Rumors have circulated for years that Apple was planning to introduce a high-end television. Those rumors have surfaced again, this time claiming that Apple is testing a 60-inch TV. Here is what we would like to see in an Apple TV.