Global sales of personal computers resumed their downward trajectory in early 2015 after a modest uptick late last year, surveys showed Thursday.
A joint study conducted by researchers at the University of Toronto and the University of California, San Diego found that computer systems are able to spot real or faked expressions of pain more accurately than humans.
More than one third of U.S. consumers with problematic computers have been driven to threatening, shouting at and even hitting their PCs in frustration.
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A new report predicts worldwide sales of personal computers are bound for their first annual decline in 11 years.