Third quarter revenue rise and profits add shine to its switches
Plus added 3PAR flash seasoning
Look at the shiny Windows 8.1, why can't you people talk about 8.1, sobs an exec somewhere
Paid-for apps that provide free downloads? Really
Comment Cloud, all-flash kit, object storage slicing away at titans of storage
ANOTHER pricy project to prop up barely used G-Cloud?
Review Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3.0 tablet sees its UK release on 28 August. But why is the Surface fondleslab called Surface?
Think of HP, and what comes to mind? Business critical systems? Printers? Software? Lord no – it's laptops and bog-standard servers ruling the company's roost right now.
Whippersnapper gulps down initial funding, greedily tucks into second helping
US electronics division slurps heating and A/C distie Quietside
Analysis HTC gave Microsoft a huge PR coup yesterday during the New York unveiling of the most stylish Windows Phone ever made. Redmond could certainly use some good news right now.
Up until now there hasn't been an objective or standard way of comparing different suppliers' big data systems performance. The Transaction Processing Council (TPC) is remedying that with its TPCx-HS benchmark.
Hey, you wanna SSD with that graphics card, man?
Dedupe for the little guy, not just the tech titan
Review Shaves price, not screen on mid-2014 model
Bring your own disks to its object appliances
Small print: They want 300 of you lovely people
Youngjohns reveals plan to harden up software sales
Now all that remains is for gov't offices to ban the boxes
Rimini's wrong on Oracle database licence, says judge
Korean chaebol nabs home automation platform for rumoured $200m
Fiscal 2015 pain includes severance pay and benefits
Firm plans to pull direct reps' sales tool
Online bazaar's Braintree subsidiary chatting up Coinbase and others
Mmm, drink from our delicious fountain o' cash, partners
What ... you don't know where my borked slab's gone?
Declassified documents from America's Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) shows that even the NSA didn't know the limits of what it was supposed to collect, and overstepped its authorisations for years.
Apple has published its own employee diversity report – and the numbers aren't particularly different from those of other big tech firms.
The former chief financial officer of Autonomy has struck back against HP's claims that he defrauded it and its shareholders, arguing that HP's execs were solely responsible for bungling the company's $10.2bn acquisition of Autonomy in 2011.
Analysis The head of EMC's Advanced Software Division – the man behind the storage giant's ViPR technology – has become an advisor to EMC CEO David Goulden. We'll explain why this is a big deal.
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
This time, Larry's Oracle is going after the networking giants
The Internet of Stuff is a HUGE LIABILITY
Bezos behemoth is tottering at the top
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
Vorsprung durch grossendatatechnik, as we like to say in Germany
Big Blue exec tells El Reg what to keep an eye on