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With 6.4% has fallen the supply of PCs in the fourth quarter of 2012th compared the same period of 2011. This result is worse than the projected decline of 4.4%, according to the report by analyst IDC.
Negative trends intrade with PCs since the beginning of 2011 were consolidated in the fourth calendar quarter, when the Bulgarian PC market shrank by 13.5% compared to the fourth quarter of 2010, according to a study from IDC, quoted by b2bnews.
The study of the CBN shows that the segment goes to the very serious consolidation and shifting of positions.
This was stated bythe chairman of the Bulgarian Association of Software Companies George Brashnarov at the forum "Digital agenda of Europe - Reality or Still a Challenge?", organized on the occasion of the visit in Bulgaria of the Vice President of the European Commission Neelie Kroes responsible for the Digital Agenda of Europe.
On September 19 Sheraton Hotel, Sofia will host a conference for business leaders "IDC Business Analytics and Big Data Forum 2012", which will focus on how technology analysis can be used in the context of different business problems.
According to the survey, Bulgarians spend 16 hours a week online, making the media the second most popular after television (23.2 hours per week), radio (11.7 hours), newspapers (4.1 hours) and magazines (3.7 hours). 
As of March this year nearly half a million customers of Bulgarian mobile operator M-Tel use smartphones and the telecom ambition is every third customer to have smartphone soon. The data confirm the trends in the behavior of smartphone users on the Bulgarian market in where the share of users of so-called "smart" devices continues to...
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This was stated bythe chairman of the Bulgarian Association of Software Companies George Brashnarov at the forum "Digital agenda of Europe - Reality or Still a Challenge?", organized on the occasion of the visit in Bulgaria of the Vice President of the European Commission Neelie Kroes responsible for the Digital Agenda of Europe.

Negative trends intrade with PCs since the beginning of 2011 were consolidated in the fourth calendar quarter, when the Bulgarian PC market shrank by 13.5% compared to the fourth quarter of 2010, according to a study from IDC, quoted by b2bnews.

The study of the CBN shows that the segment goes to the very serious consolidation and shifting of positions.

With 6.4% has fallen the supply of PCs in the fourth quarter of 2012th compared the same period of 2011. This result is worse than the projected decline of 4.4%, according to the report by analyst IDC.

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