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  • Low end tablets enjoy solid end of year

    Figures from Context showing which tablets sold through distribution has revealed a strong end of the year for Apple, Blackberry and Samsung. 

  • Profits dip at Microsoft despite Windows 8 launch

    Microsoft has reported a profit drop despite the October launch of Windows 8 as it talks up its decision to enter the hardware market with the Surface tablet 

  • Apple breaks records but Q1 still disappoints

    Apple managed to break its own sales records but because iPhone shipments failed to hit expectations it saw its share price tumble 

  • Acer channel promise builds on Olympic legacy

    Acer has launched a new four-pronged programme to help partners exploit growing demand for its hardware offerings from business users, prompted partly by its success as an official worldwide Olympic partner 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 18 January 2013

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

  • Intel talks up tablets as spending plans stir worries

    Intel has talked about the impact of tablets being a positive in its next fiscal year but its plans to spend $13bn have worried investors 

  • Fujitsu hardware business plans aggressive 2013

    Following a year of substantial growth within its channel organisation, Fujitsu has said it will look to build bridges with the great and the good of the channel in 2013, as well as aggressively going after its rivals’ market share 

  • Dixons sales up over key festive period

    Dixons has managed to increase its sales over the Christmas period year-on-year indicating that despite Comet's demise there is still life in the PC and electrical retail sector 

  • Shares rise on talk of Dell going private

    Dell's shares have risen following reports that the founder Michael Dell will lead an MBO backed by private equity that will take the firm private 

  • HMV the latest high street casualty

    HMV has joined the ranks of Jessops and Comet as the firm called in administrators after admitting it is not going to be able to meet banking covenants at the end of the month