Eurozone buffer helps desktop PCs sales rise 20 per cent, however
Ultrabooks, tablets, all-in-one PCs ... these are still selling, right? Right?
Analysis Nokia is the biggest write-off yet, but it wasn't the first
Big Red warns of ZFS boxen halting when you delve too greedily and too deep
Says they're 'not close competitors'
Exclusive + analysis A sorry story of whipped tales, angst and attrition
Intel has decided the cloud isn’t quite built for the needs of enterprises, and has promised to strike “scores” of collaborations and investments to solidify a Software Defined Infrastructure that will redress the balance.
Mainframe maker Unisys plunged into the red during its second quarter of 2015, posting losses of $58.2m (£37.6m).
Born in the cloud, only lives on Windows Server 2012, CAS servers kicked out of home
Exclusive Grumbling from techies as rules enforced to keep customers happy – source
It isn’t just Microsoft that’s going on a drastic phone diet. BlackBerry’s CEO John Chen today indicated that the Canadian enterprise vendor would cut its device portfolio from the four devices previously promised for 2015 to “two or one” a year.
IBM has acquired Californian database-as-a-service concern Compose, formerly known as MongoHQ, for an undisclosed sum.
Investors blindsided by unexpected profit
Sources whisper to El Reg while firm won't confirm – or deny
Comment CEO sends united federation off to seek out new life and new civilisations
Former spook-operated biz now worth more than £60m
Linux-for-cloud head rejects pioneer's claim of a 'lost soul'
Technicolor flings €550 million to pick up Borg's Connected Devices Division
Hot chips and other kit produce artefacts that let bad guys indentify and isolate VMs
Pitch: Bust up the 200 day-long hacker party.
Comment Facing impalation on their own bony proboscii
But infrastructure refreshes are slowing, warns top man Tucci
Look away from the static pricing for services...
So, military hardware is more interesting than tech procurement
Bureaucratic body has year of 'intense activity'
$1.6 BEELLION revenue, 2,000 VSANs now in production but no mention of EVO:RAIL
Google and the OpenStack Foundation have announced that the former entity has signed as a Corporate Sponsor of the latter.
Gigantic automated advertising machine Google has logged yet another quarter of sound results, showing that if you can get punters in the door to buy magic digital beans without ever having a paid staff member interact with them, you'll do well indeed.
We were warned, but AMD's second-quarter results were still a shocking bloodbath, with revenue that missed analysts' estimates and came in even lower than the chipmaker's own revised guidance.
Comment Roll up, roll up for Windows 10, the greatest show on Earth! Forget everything you think you know or might have heard. THIS changes everything.
'Universal Apps' ... but without a smartphone
'We did everything the bloggers told us to!'
Clouds sell compute by the glass. On-premises kitmakers want to sell wine-as-a-service
Privacy, security, information sovereignty, what we all want, right?
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Nokia is the biggest write-off yet, but it wasn't the first
Last Christmas, I gave you my Cloud, the very next day you gave it away
Time to pull out the magnifying glass to swot up on those Ts&Cs
Nice devices, now speak 'enterprise' to me
Standard Form 86 reads like a biography of each intelligence worker
Breaking through the hardware barricades to a new network state