PC shake-out will claim one more casualty, Gartner analyst predicts

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PC shake-out will claim one more casualty, Gartner analyst predicts

PC market is stabilising but consumer market hasn't yet bottomed out, says Ranjit Atwal as he predicts Toshiba and Sony won't be the last casualties

The PC market shake-out that has already claimed the likes of Toshiba and Sony may not be over yet, despite signs the market is stabilising and even poised for growth. That's according to Gartne...

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