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Room for one more?

Once you get used to the huge size of CES (and learn to use the map) you start to get a feel for the common trends. And the fact there were only really two dominant themes in such a spiralling mass of products, seems almost... limited.

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All-in-ones bring life to the desktop

It's been a while since the release of Windows 7 and, since its inception, the operating system has had an obvious effect on the market.

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Hail to the king

We were honoured to be one of the nominated vendors for the PCR Awards and it is really exciting to have won Specialist Vendor for two years running. It is great to get this recognition from our channel partners and it is really motivating for the whole team at Kingston Technology. We are working hard to ensure that we retain the crown next year!

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Dear Mr Osborne

Following the summer holidays, which provide temporary respite from the daily grind, the travel environment in the UK has returned to normal: Traffic jams on the roads, overcrowding on the trains and long waits in horrible conditions in our airports.

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Sorry Apple – you have become too expensive

I thought it was about time I presented one of my more controversial commentaries. Lately, resellers have reminded me about one particular aspect of selling Macs that is now causing a noticeable problem.

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Are you covered?

Last month I wrote about the power of leasing and how this could be put to good use by indies during these tough economic times. My email inbox has had some interesting correspondence in it.

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Rock stars

We?ve been talking to the winners of this year?s PCR Awards to find out what each company has been up to since collecting their prestigious prize. This month, Stone Group CEO James Bird discusses winning the Value Added Reseller Award.

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The forgotten child

PC gaming has for some time been considered the lame duck of the gaming world in some circles. Next to the slickly marketed, zero-maintenance console cousins, the PC sometimes seem like an afterthought to games publishers.

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Components go from strength to strength

May saw an interesting trend in the business channels a startling return to growth, with overall IT categories up 12 per cent in volume and eight per cent in value. This is in contrast to the retail channels, where volume is currently struggling to catch up with value.

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Apple’s new direction

We all know the current situation. Mac computers continue to gain market share against Windows PCs, the iPod has no serious rivals in the MP3 market, the iPhone is dominating the smart phone sector and now the iPad is devastating sales of high-end netbooks. So the question keeps being asked what will Apple focus on next?

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