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  • 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 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 26 October 2012

    Our regular look back at the most popular ICT channel news stories from the past week 

  • Apple sets sights on strong end to the year

    Apple has delivered a solid set of numbers for its fourth fiscal quarter but is looking forward to a busy Christmas time with its iPad mini and iPhone 5 to put in shop windows 

  • PC market suffers Q3 pre-Windows 8 dip

    As the world gets ready for Windows 8 the PC market across EMEA has seen a decline in the third quarter according to the latest figures from IDC 

  • C2000 bolsters public sector team

    Computer 2000 has hired a special bids and pricing specialist as part of its public sector team to keep growing that side of its business 

  • VIP Computers pulls Realtime into single entity

    VIP Computers is merging Realtime Distribution into a single entity as it looks to solidify the business in the current tough economic conditions 

  • Intel hurt by lack of tablet action

    Intel's lack of involvement in the tablet market and the ongoing depression in the corporate PC business have led to a gloomy third quarter 

  • Summer lull in tech M&A continues into autumn

    The latest survey of the technology M&A market from Regent Partners indicates that a summer lull which was in evidence in August has lingered into September 

  • Avnet looks for further cost savings after weak Q1

    Avnet has blamed a weak European economy and a dip in revenues for a poor first quarter performance and reacted with a pledge to cut costs by a further $50m 

  • Lenovo usurps global PC crown in pyrrhic victory

    Lenovo has become the world’s largest PC builder for the first time in history, but the impact of its achievement will be lessened by the fact that the market's relentless downward spiral continued