Researchers at IDC have determined that the majority of U.S. Internet users will access the 'Net via mobile devices by 2015, rather than through PCs or other wireline devices.
China has reportedly overtaken the U.S. as the largest personal-computer market while America struggles to extricate itself from a self-imposed economic quagmire.
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.
Cloud computing is set to "reshape" the IT landscape over the next 5 years, as spending on public IT cloud services remains on track to hit $72.9 billion by 2015.
Another research group is saying Microsoft's Windows Phone platform will eventually overtake the iPhone.
Sales of Windows Phone 7 devices have thus far been rather underwhelming. But analysts at IDC believe Microsoft's WP7 platform, combined with Nokia's hardware expertise, will help the rapidly evolving OS outpace Apple's iPhone.
IDC has released its quarterly mobile phone shipments statistics, confirming that Nokia is holding the top spot worldwide, although losing some traction in Western Europe to Samsung.
ARM-powered processors remain on track to capture approximately 13% of the lucrative PC market by 2015.
A new survey concludes that developer momentum is shifting away from Android and back towards Apple.
In the first quarter of 2011, PC shipments fell compared to this time last year, leaving analysts a bit dazed.
Sure, the future may be a little brighter for Windows Phone 7 now that Nokia is on board with the platform, but can Redmond’s mobile OS claim second place in the fast-paced smartphone race?
No one can possibly be surprised that Apple is at the top of the tablet leaderboard, but an 87.4% majority in any high-profile market is staggering no matter who you are.
The US consumer electronics (CE) market has been hit disproportionately hard by the Great Recession, with households projected to spend 17% less on CE in 2010 than the previous year.
Android is currently the fastest growing operating system in the mobile sphere. But can Google’s popular OS maintain its accelerated momentum and fend off challenges from iOS and Symbian?
Two-thirds of iPhone owners are holding off upgrading to the iPhone 4 because of the device's antenna problems.
Media tablets may seem to be all the rage, but the nascent market still has a ways to go before catching up with traditional portable PC sector.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam has announced that his company is working with Google to design a tablet computer.
Apple is catching up fast with Research In Motion in the smartphone market, according to IDC.
A recent study conducted by IDC estimates that the global volume of digital data increased by 62% between 2008 and 2009 to approximately 800,000 petabytes (PB).
Hardware is making a comeback. It's good for the economy. It's good for us. Might not be so good for Apple.