FBI child-abuse warning shake-down gets more sophisticated
Growth in Middle Kingdom plus beans spilled on software-defined networking cash
Smooth-tongued online lovers struggle to get to grips with slimy RAT infestations
Fatcats slapped for 'depressing' outsource bill
Shiny new bin ready for new £208m programme
Analysis Elliott Management sinks its teeth into retiring godhead
The XP replacement bonanza reviving the PC market isn't yet over, with estimates suggesting that one in five biz machines out in the wilds is still running the thirteen year-old OS, an HP exec has told The Channel.
When England played in Ecuador and Honduras for “warm weather training” in June ahead of the World Cup, they’d already lost the tournament – they just didn’t know it.
Extra options should you suffer a ROBO apocalypse
Redmond decides it won't replace Masters certifications, so lesser certs get more rigour
Autonomy's former chief financial officer has sought to block HP from settling three shareholder lawsuits over its botched acquisition of the British software company.
Debt collectors are literally circling the factory of a Chinese supplier to Samsung, where the assembly line remains halted following allegations that it hired underage workers.
Yet more word of cuts emerges from Redmond
Sales boom by nearly a fifth despite US and Aussie regimes' spy fear boycott
Come and get it while it's still porky, shouts Cabinet Office
Analysis A thousand cuts, but no actual death
Public cumuli from AWS, Google and Microsoft, to be specific
Elliott Management Corp puts a billion bucks on the table to spin out VMware
Analysis Breaking the news, literally, about the Pope, a Brit biz and a reseller
1. Buy PC with Bitcoin. 2. Mine more coins. 3. Goto step 1
We chat to big cheese at Phoenix IT Group
The Big Blue Apple affair: Inspired by Jobs, driven by Microsoft and Android
Former eBay boss now CEO, pres AND chairman of tech titan
Never mind, we've plenty of orders coming for H2 – Steve
Heavy jail sentences doled out to phisherfolk - cops
Sick man of silicon's x86 sales hit hard by PC world, but CEO seems happy
A flurry of biz wins worth more than £16m were this morning confirmed by the new CEO at Phoenix IT Group - the man brought in to turn the loss-making British firm into a profit generating machine.
Atlantis Computing, the ILIO VDI and USX VMware acceleration software company, has replaced its CEO. Jason Donahue will be taking over from Bernard Harguindeguy.
Microsoft is reportedly in talks to buy Israeli security firm Aorato for $200 million after this week pouring cold water on its claim to have discovered a critical flaw in Active Directory.
Rackspace has decided that cloud users want more than self-service and has launched a “managed” cloud service that will see it feed and groom its customers' cloudy servers.
Elliott Management sinks its teeth into retiring godhead
Long-winded memo makes us miss Steve Ballmer
Route traffic? Made a load balancer? Oops
We all know hardware lasts longer than 3 years so why bin good kit?
Enough to soothe the aches of an identity crisis?
NO WAY are you putting it on iOS and Android, screech commentards
- Microsoft's MCSE and MCSD will become HARDER to win
- Report: American tech firms charge Britons a thumping nationality tax
- Analysis So whither Microsoft? If Nadella knows, he's keeping it well hidden
- SAP: It was our Big Data software wot won it for Germany
- Home Office threw £347m in the bin on failed asylum processing IT project
Vorsprung durch grossendatatechnik, as we like to say in Germany
Big Blue exec tells El Reg what to keep an eye on
As good as it gets, for now
Is everything fatally borked? Not quite, say security godheads
You may want to move to Iceland at this point
Plus: Why it wants to be like IBM, not Sun