+Comment First $500 million quarter
Carney concerned over Rise of the machines, too
Venue moved from California
It's a ‘mobile first, cloud first’ world
CEO handed bulging package after 'extraordinary' year
Original team member claims there are 'vision' problems
Telefónica confirmed this morning it has entered into an “exclusivity agreement” with Hutchison Whampoa that could see it offload subsidiary O2 for up to £10.25bn in cash.
Online backup bods Backblaze have found Seagate hard disks fail much more than other suppliers, although recent improvements have redressed the situation.
Stop face-palming and start patching - the fixes are out there
Both Windows and OS X to get desktop suite revamps in 2015
Amazon has agreed to buy a secretive Israeli chipmaker in an apparent bid to build new custom tech for its massive data centers.
With all the hoopla coming out of Microsoft's Windows 10 event in Redmond on Wednesday, there was surprisingly little talk of Windows RT, the feature-limited version of Windows 8.x for ARM-based tablets – and perhaps with good reason.
Former AIM-listed biz goes private, gets ready to welcome new CEO
Q2 fiscal '15 top and bottom line slippage. Damn components in Asia
Luckily, he’ll still be ‘leveraging his extensive experience’. Phew
Analysis Satya Nadella's great price-slash gamble
+Comment Customer departure didn't help either
Analysis Microsoft Operation Relevance – how’s it doing?
Only temporary, says PR man, as we 'figure out our options'
Big Blue's lost year
Weary of price vs. performance arguments, Big Red undercuts everyone
Plus, Cortana gets 'Yoda mode'
Take a second shot at your Certified Pro exams
CEO Dietzen talks up flash, his EMC hire and plans for IPO
World's largest semiconductor kit maker says demand is back
Closes OPENHIVE's last office, puts staff at risk of redundo
The financials for a bunch of Microsoft’s top table enterprise licensing channel partners are in, and though none of them are getting rich quickly, there’s seems room enough in straight reselling to make a living.
Updated The Serious Fraud Office has retracted its probe into the sale of Autonomy to HP in 2011 on grounds that the information presented to it provides "insufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction".
The government has admitted it will fall significantly short of its original target to make 25 digital services live by March - a goal it had given itself four years to reach.
A channel-wide migration skills shortage is a real danger this summer as stragglers strain available resources by making an eleventh hour dash to flee Windows Server 2003, distributor veterans are warning.
Big Blue's lost year
SO cosy and safe, mummy
European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea
Claims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow
WD gros fromage: It wasn't $400m
Partnering up with XtremIO rival
- Analysis Free Windows 10 could mean the END for Microsoft and the PC biz
- Pull up the Windows 10 duvet and pretend Win8 and Vista were BAD DREAMS
- Microsoft will give away Windows 10 FREE - for ONE year
- Analysis FIVE Things (NOT 10: these are REAL) from the WINDOWS 10 event
- Is Windows RT not invited to the Windows 10 upgrade party?
But here's why we're (probably) not staring at a crash
Network intelligence - our secret weapon
Meet the man who accidentally created the smartwatch hype
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
Life after Dell sale
XiaOW-ME - that's gotta hurt