Bungling bandits liable to have sustained fatal rad dose in truck snatch blunder
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
Cloudy storage types rush in to cover Symantec's withdrawal
Customers advised to use old version ... or another browser
Top exec picks Detroit over Redmond
Microsoft is quietly confident it can avoid a repeat of the pantsing it took last Christmas with a triple consumer hit of Windows 8.1, Surface 2 and Xbox One.
Opinion So now that Dell the man has spaffed $24bn (with a little help from his friends) on buying back Dell the company, what is Michael D actually going to do with it? And why has he had to take it private in order to do it?
Oh crikey, ODMs have got a belly full of cloudy revenues
The Bezos boys are coming
A court in Germany has ruled that terms that software giant SAP stipulated in its software licensing contracts were invalid after finding that they ran contrary to EU copyright principles.
The European Commission has approved the merger between Microsoft and Nokia, clearing the way for Redmond to take over the Finnish firm's smartphone business.
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
Signs commission-based hardware referral plan with reseller Misco
Chairman says size matters
Kit-shifter joins rejigged staff at growing upstart
No mercy, no let-up.... It is down, down, down until 2017
Update Office 365 rollout to become default post-election option
Dolph Westerbos set to rock up as top dog in January
RBS Group's online banking fails, cards are declined and ATMs refuse to give out cash
Anyone short of ideas for the stocking filler this Christmas and with a spare £68k down the back of the sofa can look no further: it's time for a Gold iPhone from the Dixons Retail concession at Harrods.
A new banking trojan that its creators brag can attack “any bank in any country” has already been blamed for several thousand attempts to infect computers.
Symantec's resellers have reportedly been given notice to stop providing annual subscriptions to Backup Exec.cloud by 6 January.
The latest generation of Microsoft Surface tablets are overheating, causing the screens to dim to the point they are unusable - but it's OK, people, Microsoft is onto it and a fix is coming.
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?
- Windows 7 outstrips Windows 8.x with small November growth
- IT MELTDOWN ruins Cyber Monday for RBS, Natwest customers
- iPhone slips in Europe as Windows Phone claims OVER 10% market share
- Beijing leans on Microsoft to maintain Windows XP support
- Update The only way is Office: UK Parliament to migrate to Microsoft cloud
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