Australia and New Zealand standout in a positive light as worldwide IT spending is forecast to total $3.54 trillion dollars in 2016, just a 0.6% increase over spending of $3.52 trillion dollars in 2015.
The business year in 2015 ended on a sour note for PC vendors, with global shipments of PCs declining by 8% over 2014, and there’s little comfort for vendors from the forecast for this year.
Fujitsu is spinning out its PC and smartphone businesses into separate companies from the start of February 2016 in a move which the company says has been forced on it by commoditisation and competitive pressures in both markets.
ARM == more spectre bugs == no updates for planned obsolete devices like phones.
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I think Stan & ITWire are sensitive about anything that criticizes the CCP & Huawei.
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