Every time you think that the PC market may have bottomed out, it just keeps getting worse. IDC came out with new PC shipment numbers on Thursday projecting that PC shipments will shrink by 9.7% year-over-year in 2013, a downward revision from their earlier forecasts. The big reason that IDC is further lowering its 2013 PC shipment numbers is because tablets have started eating into PC demand in emerging markets, where consumers are much more keen to buy up cheaper mobile computing devices. “The days where one can assume tablet disruptions are purely a First World problem are over,” says IDC analyst Jay Chou. “Advances in PC hardware, such as improvements in the power efficiency of x86 processors remain encouraging,{br}{br}View the Entire Article{br}