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PC-market slump hits AMD in 3rd Quarter

AMD has Cut Chip Orders From Globalfoundries after the global PC market has slumped.

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High Inventory, Lack of Consumer Demand Constrain the French PC Market

The outlook for the French PC market has been reduced to -0.7% for 2011, with sell-in levels expected to further decelerate in the second quarter, as dealers and distributors remain affected by high inventory amid continued sluggish demand in the consumer space.

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LapCabby Deals Charge Across Europe

A  company from Nottingham in the UK is expanding into Europe with a market-leading product that is already helping 8,000 British schools to properly manage the security, charging and cabling of their laptop computers.

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Media Tablet Sales to Grow 181 Per Cent in 2011

Driven by sales of the iPad, worldwide media tablet sales to end users are forecast to reach 19.5 million units in 2010, according to Gartner, Inc.

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Toshiba new range for professionals with thin, light, highly durable laptops

Toshiba has announced a new range of thin and light laptops targeted at professionals.

The R800 series offer an unparalleled blend of mobility, power, durability and price performance for business users

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Toshiba brings a next generation tablet powered by Android™ to Europe

The new member in Toshiba’s tablet offering will feature the latest Android™ platform and advanced audio and video capabilities

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EU sanctions Avnet-BellMicro merger

 

The European Commission has ruled that the $594m deal will not stifle competition in Europe, including in the UK and Dutch strongholds

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Toshiba updates its professional Tecra laptop portfolio

New high performance Tecra A11, Tecra S11 and Tecra M11 designed to address specific business demands 

Toshiba Computer Systems, a division of Toshiba Europe GmbH, today introduced three new models to its Tecra range of laptops: the desktop replacement, Tecra
A11, the workstation-like desktop replacement Tecra S11 and the mobile workstation Tecra M11.

These stylish yet functional laptops feature a black textured surface with contrasting chrome details. They are targeted at small and medium sized businesses (SMB) and large enterprises looking for a powerful, reliable and easy-to-use laptop platform that perfectly fits into their IT infrastructure. The new models will be available during the first quarter of 2010 throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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world's smallest universal adapter at the IFA Show 2009 in Berlin.

Good news for all Notebook, Mobile Phone, Mp3 Player and Digital Camera users:

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Anyone who is on the road most likely wants to make use of his technical equipment.

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New Partners world

Following market leaders INTEL & AMD now a new player in the market.

According to recent Gartner figures, Renesas is the seventh biggest semiconductor vendor in the world and NEC Electronics is the tenth. Today they announced a merger which will create the third largest semiconductor vendor behind only Intel and Samsung.

Both companies are strong in the field of System-on-Chips (SoCs), which are mini computers found embedded in a wide variety of electronic devices.

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