New Zealand has experienced its strongest year of PC shipments in 2020, with the technology analyst firm IDC putting it down to demand for devices to be used in education and switching from desktops to notebooks. But the company predicted that 2021 shipments would drop by 5.5%.
The global PC market is forecast to grow by 8% in 2021, the technology analyst firm Canalys says, adding that this will be after a stellar year in 2020.
The total global PC market — including tablets — grew for the second straight quarter, with shipments of 124.5 million units in the third quarter of 2020, the technology analyst firm Canalys says, adding that this meant a 23% rise year-on-year.
Promising "50% less CPU usage", Malwarebytes' new version 4.0 for Windows PCs promises to be "smarter, faster and lighter" than ever before while dealing with modern malware and online threats.
Android tablets never took off the same way iPads did, and while Chromebooks have had success in education, Google wants its latest batch to become a massive consumer hit.
Google has cut a deal with the New Zealand Ministry of Education to supply its Chrome notebooks to all students of state and state-integrated schools in the country.
Fujitsu has teamed up with Google to deliver an enterprise-grade managed service offering in Australia and New Zealand that it says leverages the flexibility, simplicity and security of the Chrome platform (Chromebooks and Chromeboxes).
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