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Festive delight: PCs are back in fashion; here's why you should get one before prices go up in December
Thanksgiving gifting and back-to-school purchases traditionally help drive PC sales around this time.
HP India may cut 500 jobs, say analysts
The company last week said it would let go 7,000-9,000 employees globally by 2022 as part of a restru...
Lenovo expects 40 per cent growth in India this fiscal
The firm also unveiled new models of IdeaPad tablets, Yoga all-in-one desktops and ult...
HP bets big on premium laptops, brings in Spectre range to India
The company, which has today launched its premium Spectre range that comprises HP Spectre Folio and HP Spectre x360 in India.
PC shipments to see flat growth due to price rise: Gartner
While the PC and tablet market is estimated to decline 1.2% in 2018; the mobile phone market is on pace to record an increase of 1.4% to 1.86 billion units, said Gartner in the report.
Acer expecting quicker growth in gaming device sales in India
According to a joint report by KPMG and Google, the Indian online gaming market is expected to grow to $1 billion by 2021 from $290 million currently.
PC makers like Dell, Lenovo and others seek differential duty on IT hardware
To boost local manufacturing of mobile phones and tablets, the government in Budget increased duty benefits for domestic producers of these electronic items.
5 ways personal computers are set to make a comeback in 2016
Intel is at the forefront of both success as well as failure and the future has enough in store to suggest that PCs can truly make a roaring comeback.
HP aims for larger share of Indian PC market via new launches
The US-based computer, laptops and accessories maker said that it is looking to increase its share from nearly a quarter of the market, at a time when competitors like Apple have slashed prices.
PC makers want sops to start making here
With Make in India and Digital India campaign, companies like Dell, Lenovo says that manufacturing still expensive in country, cheaper if imported.
IT hardware vendors seek sops under ‘Make in India’
Bigger domestic firms such as Wipro and HCL have shut down their computer hardware manufacturing facilities in India.
Dell goes to small towns for PC sales
The technology co, which was taken private by founder Michael Dell last year, has been transitioning to a more services-led approach.
MAIT seeks reduction of taxes for IT hardware
In a bid to boost sales of personal computers, MAIT recommended that government should reduce the indirect taxes on IT hardware.
Budget 2016: PC, mobile makers expect steps to boost domestic manufacturing
IT and telecom hardware makers expect the government to extend differential duty structure on mobile phones for 10 years.
Lenovo expects to finally slow smartphone bleeding next year
The world’s largest PC maker is counting on a revival of the Motorola smartphone business it bought for $2.8 billion to make up for a declining computer industry.
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