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u.s. pc market


Raspberry Pi $25 model sells out soon after U.S. debut

The $25 version of the small Linux computer is already out of stock in the U.S. after going on sale just yesterday.

By April 1, 2013


iPad Mini wait times fall to 1 to 3 days in U.S.

Delivery times are down from 3 to 5 days, but CEO Tim Cook doesn't expect to achieve "supply-demand balance" until March.

By February 3, 2013


Lenovo: Making it in the U.S.A. (Q&A)

China's largest PC maker is flouting conventional wisdom by moving some of its production to the U.S. CNET spoke with Lenovo about the new facility and its overall manufacturing strategy.

By October 14, 2012


Apple Mac sales down, but the broader PC market is even worse off

Apple is selling fewer MacBooks and iMacs, according to analyst IDC, but declining PC sales across the board means the company actually occupies a larger slice of the market.

By October 9, 2015


Dell hanging up on U.S. smartphone market?

A company representative says the PC maker has discontinued sales of its Venue and Venue Pro, and no replacements are in the offing.

By March 28, 2012


Huawei reduces focus on U.S. market

Chinese telecoms equipment maker cites trade protectionism and phobia from the U.S. government as reasons.

By July 16, 2013


Bing's U.S. search market share continues to climb

Bing's share of the U.S. search engine market has remained steady or risen since April 2010, according to new ComScore stats.

By June 12, 2013


Apple's Cook on the iPad Pro: 'Why would you buy a PC anymore?'

With the new tablet going on sale this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook touts it as a replacement for desktop and laptop computers. But what about iMacs and MacBooks?

By November 10, 2015


Windows Phone 8 upgrade catch may dash Nokia's U.S. dreams

Microsoft's decision to bar older Windows Phones from upgrading burns current users and demolishes the goodwill built here by Nokia's Lumia phones.

By June 20, 2012


Microsoft and partners revive Mac vs. PC ads -- without mentioning Mac

Technically Incorrect: A new advertising campaign from Microsoft, Intel, Dell, Lenovo and HP does what? Oh, you'll understand when you see it.

By October 18, 2015