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  • Iconic Apple could fetch 80 grand

    With hardware margins about as thin as an After Eight these days, the opportunity to flog a personal computer that could be worth up to £80,000 is not to be sniffed at. 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 24 August 2012

    Our weekly round-up of the most popular digital content here on MicroScope.co.uk. 

  • Channel inventory too high for comfort, says HP

    Hewlett-Packard has warned that its channel is holding unacceptably high levels of PC and printing inventory and said it will look to take action to ease the situation. 

  • HP plunges to $8.9bn loss

    Hewlett-Packard has posted an enormous $8.9bn (£5.6bn) loss in the third quarter of its fiscal 2012. 

  • AMD VP to lead EMEA sales

    AMD corporate veep Darren Grasby is to head up sales efforts in EMEA, reporting to chief sales officer John Byrne. 

  • Dell taps HP’s Haas as PC revenues fade fast

    In a clear signal of its future intentions Dell has hired ex-HP Networking boss Marius Haas to run its enterprise unit, as its PC business struggles. 

  • Consumer sentiment hurting Acer

    Acer booked a slight decline in Q2 sequential revenues as the worldwide PC market continued to slide in the face of weak consumer demand. 

  • Protect and attack delivers for Lenovo

    Lenovo's strategy of growing market share has delivered to the bottom line in its third fiscal quarter as pre-tax profits and revenue increased. 

  • Corporate desktop purchasing fading into history

    The days of large scale corporate desktop PC refreshes look set to end as a result of BYOD changing the way staff acquire technology 

  • 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%.