The global PC market contracted 13.9 percent in the first quarter of 2013 and Europe seems to have taken the worst hit. Sales of PCs in Western Europe fell off a cliff in the first three months of the year and they are down 20.5 percent year-on-year.
Mean corporate types are planning to shift their computer hardware bill to their staff, according to analyst outfit Gartner.
The maker of expensive management software, SAP, is having some trouble making sales in Asia.
Mobile phone sales worldwide fell last year for the first time since 2009, says Gartner, dropping 1.7 percent to 1.75 billion units.
Gartner analyst Mikako Kitagawa says tablets have dramatically changed the device landscape for PCs by causing users to shift consumption to tablets rather than replacing older computers.
Lenovo may - or may not - have knocked HP off its perch as the world's top PC supplier, depending on which analyst firm you believe.
Although it seems impossible to comprehend, the mobile phone market has shrunk slightly compared to last year.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that its flagship Windows 8 operating system will roll out to manufacturers the first week of August and hit store shelves for the masses in late October 2012.
Apple became the world's top smartphone vendor during the fourth quarter of 2011, with an impressive market share of 23.8%.
So-called 'swipe and pay' systems like Isis and Google Wallet won't take off in the US for years, Gartner Group analysts believe.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer remains relatively bullish about the chances of Windows Phone 7 claiming significant mobile market share at some point in the near future.
Apple sold 16.9 million iPhones during the first quarter of 2011 - effectively more than doubling sales year-on-year.
In the first quarter of 2011, PC shipments fell compared to this time last year, leaving analysts a bit dazed.
Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi has confirmed what most of us already know: Apple's wildly popular iPad will dominate the media tablet market until at least 2015.
We’ve reported on a veritable landslide of electric vehicle (EV) related hubbub from manufacturers and federal agencies.
A new report issued by Gartner projects that Windows Phone 7 will be part of the holy mobile trinity by 2013 - right behind industry heavyweights Android and iOS.
Mobile apps are expected to generate over $15 billion in 2011, with combined revenue from 2010-2014 slated to total a staggering $58 billion.
Despite the meteoric rise of tablet devices, worldwide PC shipments totaled 93.5 million units in the fourth quarter of 2010, marking a 3.1 percent increase from Q4 2009.
Apple's wildly successful iPad has been embraced by consumers all over the world. But is the sleek and sexy tablet ready to take on corporate America?
Windows Phone 7 may not fail as utterly as the hipster-oriented Kin. But the overhyped smartphone platform is doomed nonetheless.