Backing up to the cloud... who would have thought it'd be a thing?
And then Apple came along, sighs Microsoft's soon-to-be-ex-CEO
Redmond would be better off flinging out latest OS while it still can, we're told
We just want standards-based interoperability, pleads networking colossus
Imagination Tech says Big Two mobemakers shipping fewer units in Q2
Blood-bath nation allegedly got its hands on American kit – and Uncle Sam wants to know how
British punters continue to favour fondleslabs, but all the signs are that the rocketing growth in sales seen in recent years is a ghost of Christmas past.
The NASDAQ Panel has granted Tech Data a final extension until the end of March to get its accounts up-to-date or face an embarrassing and costly de-listing.
Where the US leads, the world follows – or so tech's big dogs hope
Look into my eyes, not around the eyes, look into my eyes...
Top table Microsoft Gold partner Trustmarque Solutions has devoured Glasgow-based tech services and consultancy minnow Opin Systems for an undisclosed sum.
Microsoft is trying to make the dark art of software licensing less complicated and more relevant to a cloudier world – but, as always, the devil will be in the detail.
As Ebay chairman pleads: Don't make payback a bitch for them
Suspected anticompetitive practices under investigation
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
Happiness is a 4.5-Amazon starred review
Opinion Sound economics doesn't equal business nous
Oh crikey, ODMs have got a belly full of cloudy revenues
The Bezos boys are coming
Court rules they're 'contrary to EU principles' after complaint from reseller
Redmond to march into Finland unopposed
Launches Voluntary Separation Programme for fence-perchers
HP's "general availability" version of its public cloud has more "known issues" than "features", which may provoke worries among admins mulling the value of the company's "enterprise-grade" OpenStack infrastructure cloud.
In a move oddly reminiscent of a Monty Python sketch, interim BlackBerry CEO John Chen has urged enterprise customers not to heave the ailing smartphone vendor onto the plague cart to be hauled away just yet.
Apple's iPhones are losing ground in Europe as consumers increasingly opt for Android and Windows Phone handsets, according to researchers.
Analysis Amazon's plan to use semi-autonomous drones to offer fast delivery of superfluous consumer items has garned the e-retailer a lot of press, but the scheme may be more fantasy fluff than feasible.
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?
- I KNOW how to SAVE Microsoft. Give Windows 8 away for FREE – analyst
- Internet Explorer 11 at it again, breaks Microsoft's own CRM software
- Microsoft tarts up software licensing to fend off 'a few clicks and a credit card' rivals
- Microsoft 'cautiously optimistic' about Christmas sales
- Oi, Obama. Rein your spooks in, demands web giants' alliance
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