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  • Dixons polishes off PIXmania

    Dixons Retail has bought out PIXmania founders Steve and Jean-Emile Rosenblum for €10m (£8m) in cash, taking its stake in the online retailer to 99%. 

  • Education bounces back as higher ed starts spending

    The education sector could once again be fertile ground for resellers as it produced growth for the first time in a couple of years 

  • Channel faces more PC price cuts this autumn

    Unless confidence in the PC market begins to recover in the next few weeks, the channel will be forced to make significant price cuts. 

  • Weak Europe hurts Avnet

    Weak economic conditions across EMEA hit Avnet in the second half of the distributor's fiscal year 

  • Amazon and Apple dominate online searches

    Amazon and Apple dominate the searches made by consumers looking for tech goods to buy according to research from a digital marketing agency 

  • Sony partners get notebook incentives

    Sony is to offer partners the chance to win one of three office ‘makeover’ packages as part of an incentive to push sales of recently-refreshed VAIO notebook and ultrabook lines. 

  • Microsoft's Metro mystery

    Microsoft may have to rename its Metro UI after a trademark dispute with a mystery European company. Billy MacInnes is on the trail. 

  • Microsoft tablet strategy dead on arrival, warns Canalys

    Microsoft has got its tablet strategy badly wrong and must act soon to repair its relationships with the PC vendor community, say Canalys analysts. 

  • Tin's in at Insight

    Insight’s EMEA business has turned in a massive 31% increase in hardware sales, pushing the unit to Q2 sales of $459.7m, up 14% year-on-year. 

  • NHS Finance Management isn't the envy of the world

    There were some complaints about the depiction of the NHS in the Opening Ceremony of the Olympics. Maybe people were upset that the dancers were all dressed up as nurses and patients.