But don't panic, growth's still running amazingly high compared to, say, PCs
Time to get accounts in order or get off the stock exchange, distie admits
Where the US leads, the world follows – or so tech's big dogs hope
Look into my eyes, not around the eyes, look into my eyes...
First buy since summer MBO and refinance deal
'Why do I need to speak to a rocket scientist every time I buy Microsoft?'
Thirteen US defendants last week pleaded guilty to taking part in attacks by Anonymous against PayPal.
EU antitrust regulators have raided the European offices of Philips, Samsung, retail group Media-Saturn, and several other consumer electronics companies, but so far they're not saying what they were looking for.
A friend in need is a friend worth charging in the long term
IT PASS more likely to be £300m, say sceptical sources - and as for year's end? Whatever
Axcient and Zetta have seized the moment and are offering migration services to Backup Exec Cloud users facing being left out in the unprotected cold by Symantec's withdrawal from the Backup Exec Cloud offering.
Compatibility problems continue to plague Internet Explorer 11, with some Microsoft customers once again complaining that the company's latest browser doesn't work with one of its own products.
Top exec picks Detroit over Redmond
Happiness is a 4.5-Amazon starred review
Opinion Sound economics doesn't equal business nous
Oh crikey, ODMs have got a belly full of cloudy revenues
The Bezos boys are coming
Court rules they're 'contrary to EU principles' after complaint from reseller
Redmond to march into Finland unopposed
Launches Voluntary Separation Programme for fence-perchers
Some have arrived, but financials are stacked against it
Blocks and Files On to pastures new
Over 1,100 workers set to walk the plank by January – union
But integrator whispers that NextiraOne buy will be split in two stages
Euro 'IT Airbus' could lead to 'competition concerns' – expert
Slab sales growth sliding as phablets and hybrids make their mark
Opinion If you work in the fields of technology distribution, services and resale, you'll surely hear about cloud, mobile, social and virtual more than anything else. However, it is the changing patterns in security spending that are perhaps most dramatically re-shaping our businesses.
Windows 7 beat Windows 8.x in trench-war battle for growing market share in November.
AIM-listed specialist security player Accumuli has coughed £1.9m for small Bracknell-based big data analytics reseller and integrator EQUALIS, it confirmed to the City today.
Courts could order companies that infringe rivals' trade secrets to destroy goods developed using that know-how and pay damages under new laws proposed by the European Commission.
This proves Redmond needs a Ford man
Endpoints: The world has moved on... and become a lot more complex
Ending slavery in Africa needn't cost this much
ObamaCare, UK.gov, and paying for blusterguffs instead of technology
Profits? Don't be so narrow-minded...
Cupertino supremo gets snarky – is he pugnacious or defensive?
- Beijing leans on Microsoft to maintain Windows XP support
- Update The only way is Office: UK Parliament to migrate to Microsoft cloud
- Internet Explorer 11 at it again, breaks Microsoft's own CRM software
- PC market staging a RECOVERY. (Only joking, it's through the floor)
- Microsoft tarts up software licensing to fend off 'a few clicks and a credit card' rivals
A survivor's guide to being sold down the river...
Microsoft and cloudy pals go DIY as networking giant's stock plummets
Plus other fascinating nuggets we found when carving into UK.gov's IT spending pie
Apply clever tech to lift economic gloom, says chip giant labs chief
Delightful hardware, disappointing apps
There's more to life than consolidation