First 64-bit ARMv8 SoC emerges in ProLiant form, but it's not for everyone
OpenWorld Extreme Exalytics' enormous ingestation
Forget touchscreen millennials, Microsoft goes for mouse crowd
Former CEO insults rivals and bigs up the Oracle cloud in Openworld keynote
China's grey market reports 'sluggish' sales of Apple mobe
Probe expected to say single-digit rate was unlawful
BlackBerry, which began its comeback in earnest this week with a bizarre new square smartphone, posted narrower losses on slightly lower revenue in the quarter ending 30 August. Its hardware division was back in the black after five quarters of losses.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and four fellow Cupertino execs flogged a load of company stock worth $143m last week.
In-house and partner software in SDN app store
Interim chief exec named third 'permanent' boss in three years
Sysadmins and users have been urged to patch the severe Shellshock vulnerability in Bash on Linux and Unix systems – as hackers ruthlessly exploit the flaw to compromise or crash computers.
Disgruntled workers are causing more problems for their employers, the FBI warns.
Comment It's two minutes to midnight and everyone's hiding under the duvet
Comment EMC plus HP – pundits do the sums
Canalys Channels Forum 2014 And Azure, of course... Just a couple of quarters
Canalys Channels Forum 2014 Public IaaS... something's gotta give - and it may be AWS
While we wait until Oct 1 for hypervisor fix
Analysis Losses not as bad as they look
First look Weird as hell, but stuffed with great ideas
Channels Forum 2014 Who wants a watch that SNIFFS your SWEAT, anyway?
Top execs' stock options slashed for next year
We're king of the storage world
Channels Forum 2014 Don't mention the war, resellers
Canalys Channels Forum 2014 But managed services gets the industry's thumbs-up
Redmond's attempt at Applesque PR is going just as well as its Surface tablets
Add salt as required
Vodafone has swooped on 140 Phones 4u stores just days after the retailer blamed the operator for contributing to its untimely demise when it slipped into administration late last Sunday.
The FBI wants greater authority to hack overseas computers, according to a law professor.
Analysis Hard drive makers are, metaphorically speaking, shifting from being gunsmiths to arms dealers. In other words, their customers, who take the drives and put them in boxes, better watch out.
Oracle posted results that missed analysts' expectations yet again on Thursday, in a Q1 2015 earnings report that was all but overshadowed by the unexpected news that Larry Ellison has stepped down as CEO.
Hey you, get off of our cloud
Come on everybody, let's upload all our stuff into Government by Cloud
Six months until captain leaves the bridge
Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties
Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up
Channel firms should choose vendor weapons wisely
- Hackers thrash Bash Shellshock bug: World races to cover hole
- First look Good grief! Have you SEEN BlackBerry's SQUARE smartphone?
- Le whoops! Microsoft France boss blows lid off 'Windows 9' event
- Comment Microsoft vs the long arm of US law: Straight outta Dublin
- FBI: Your real SECURITY TERROR? An ANGRY INSIDE MAN
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms
No email? No CRM? No Daily Mail iPad edition? You need a plan
Sinofsky's hybrid strategy looks dafter than ever
Failure to crack next-gen semiconductors threatens to set back humanity
SMEs get lip service - what they need is dinner at the Club