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  • Comet administrators swing axe on 330 staff

    One week after being appointed Comet's administrators have made 330 staff redundant as the struggling retailer looks to trim costs 

  • Users start reporting Surface cover problems

    With the dust hardly settled after the launch of Microsoft's Surface tablet there are already reports from users that the cover with an integrated keyboard is splitting 

  • Tablet growth pays off for Nvidia

    The growth in demand for its graphic chips from the smartphone and tablet market helped boost Nvidia's third quarter numbers and allow the vendor to introduce its first quarterly dividend 

  • C2000 launches Windows 8 website to channel

    Computer 2000 has launched a dedicated Windows 8 website to bring reseller partners up to speed on the new operating system 

  • Lenovo numbers solid but PC growth rate slows

    Lenovo has continued to duck the blight afflicting the global PC market after posting another strong quarter, with pre-tax income hitting a new record, but its growth rate now seems to be slowing 

  • Dixons offers Comet staff yuletide lifeline

    Dixons is offering staff at the beleagured Comet stores the prospect of Christmas work as it looks to recruit 3,000 additional seasonal workers 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 2 November 2012

    Our regular look back at the most important channel news stories from the past seven days 

  • X2 Computing focuses on pre-sales

    X2 Computing, a provider of bespoke mobile computing technologies, has appointed David Cull as pre-sales technical consultant from Box Technologies 

  • Comet to fall into administration next week

    Troubled electricals and IT retailer Comet is to be placed into administrationwith around 6,000 jobs at risk across the UK 

  • Apple ditches retail head Browett

    Apple Retail head John Browett has been handed his marching orders after barely six months in command as part of a major boardroom reshuffle