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.
Private PCs are rife with unpatched vulnerable applications from vendors like Apple, Adobe and Oracle, according to a new research report which reveals the state of security for PC users in a total of 14 countries, including the US.
Consumers are looking to hold onto their devices like PCs, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones for longer and not replace them so frequently, according to research which shows the trend is having a negative impact on the shipment and sale of devices globally, with the exception of smartphones.
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