Intel Sees Signs of PC Market Bottoming Out, if Not Bouncing Back

No bouncy-bounce yet.
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Druva, a Data Protection Platform, Lands $25 Million Series C

Protecting and tracking corporate data wherever it goes.
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Tablet Sales in Fourth Quarter Could Surpass PCs, With Annual Tablet Sales Set to Eclipse Computers by 2015

But smartphones still rule the roost when it comes to smart devices, projected to outnumber PCs and tablets combined by two to one by 2015.
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Intel Rises on Analysts’ Sliver of Light in PC Tunnel

Still clinging to the hope of a corporate PC upgrade.
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Intel: The PC Market Isn’t a Train Wreck. No, Really.

The long-awaited upgrade cycle has to come someday, right? Right?
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PC Industry Train Wreck Hammers Taiwanese Manufacturers

Notebook shipments hit a three-year low in Q1, data from IHS says.
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Sony’s Vaio Pro 13 Takes on MacBook Air, and Mostly Delivers

The Sony Vaio Pro 13 is a great Ultrabook for Windows users, but overall, the MacBook Air is better.
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New Acer PCs Will Launch Preloaded With Pokki-Powered Games, Including Zynga’s

The partnership makes a slew of Web-based games available to download and install in one click.
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Google Expands Retail Availability of Chromebooks

Today, Google announced that it is bringing its Chromebook laptops to more retailers, including Walmart and Staples. Starting now, customers can pick up the Acer Chromebook at one of Walmart’s 2,800 stores nationwide for $199. Meanwhile, Staples will offer a broader selection, with models from Acer, HP and Samsung arriving this weekend. Google’s line of affordable laptops based on Chrome OS will also make their way to select Office Depot, Office Max, Fry’s and TigerDirect stores in the coming months.

Apple Unveils MacBook Air With All-Day Battery Life

Apple’s new MacBook Air laptops are powered by Intel’s latest Haswell processors and are available starting today.
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Windows 8’s Big Day