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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Loren Loverde
Market research group IDC said Wednesday that worldwide shipments of personal computers climbed 22.4 percent in the second quarter as businesses replaced aging computers and consumers continued to show interest in inexpensive laptops.
Loverde said that doesn't mean the industry should expect to see a dramatic surge in demand for PCs in the coming months.
However, Loverde said consumer PC buying seems to be slowing in the U.S. as big business spending picks up.