EBITDA doubles year-on-year at the German firm
But chairman Phillips is rosy about future
Net earnings nearly halve in the third quarter compared to last year
It is 'among the greatest gifts God has given me'
Same strategy, but can the newbies make it work?
'Can't shift the gear', say channel whispers
The world is now manufacturing just under 42 mobile phones a second thanks to an uptick in global production, IDC's presumably-very-tired handset-counters say.
Microsoft has joined the wearables market with “band”, a fitness-monitor-cum-smartwatch, which is accompanied by a suite of online services dubbed “Microsoft Health”.
Plug-in for System Centre gives Windows Server control of Bezos' bit barns
#Enterprise #BigData #Analytics #BuzzwordFest
Microsoft sent another 3,000 staffers packing on Wednesday, after the third round of layoffs in CEO Satya Nadella's multi-phase restructuring program.
A legal firm has launched a class action against Apple over claims the 2011 MacBook Pro suffered from "random bouts of graphical distortion, system instability and system failures".
Modest rev rise as profits fall
'Still a lot of distrust for cloudening among these gov primitives', admit biz chiefs
Hammer head promises improvements
HPC Blog Don't be so sure, so-surers
Spanning acquisition buys bouncer for its clouds
Try not to imagine security folk in lycra
'Heyy, it looks like you're writing down stuff that's best not written down!' 'F*ck off, Clippy'
Absolutely no guarantee of £300m or indeed of a single penny, but hey
Could be 2015 before firm grabs its PC biz transformation funds
Centralises powerbase to speed decision-making
Still plenty of room in the converged on-premise game
TechEd Europe Joe Belfiore presents auto-provisioning biz boxes
Veteran set to call time on life in distribution but not in tech
New graduates need life skills, says Euro Commish report
Amazon’s European mainland customers wary of US spies can now build scalable clouds on AWS and stay entirely on the Continent. The giant today announced the opening of a data centre in Frankfurt, Germany – just as we reported it would in July.
Chromebooks are set to become the next big thing in personal computing devices after sales skyrocketed by two thirds over the last quarter.
Apple, Cisco, Verizon and AT&T are considering joining Microsoft’s battle against the US government to safeguard customers' privacy – but European corps should also take note.
IBM and Microsoft’s Azure cloud are blending after the two firms inked an enterprise partnership.
Heart of Windows 8 lives on in Windows 10
Or why the reversal of globalisation ain't gonna 'appen
It'll only set you back a few billion
Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?
- Apple CEO Tim Cook tells world: 'I’m proud to be gay'
- Microsoft fitness bands slapped on wrists: All YOUR HEALTH DATA are BELONG TO US
- Lawyers mobilise angry mob against Apple over alleged 2011 Macbook Pro crapness
- Microsoft unwraps new auto data-protection in Office 365 tools
- HPC Blog IBM, backing away from hardware? NEVER!
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
Life after Dell sale
XiaOW-ME - that's gotta hurt
Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms