Sorry Sammy, iPhone market share QUADRUPLES in China – BEFORE China Mobile deal
Trust needed in the cloud, and the 'net-o-things, says Fujitsu boss
New research shows £1,000-a-head spending habit among Blighty's online shoppers
'Serious interference', claims Court of Justice Advocate General
Analysis Hyper-V: The right answer to the wrong question
Backing up to the cloud... who would have thought it'd be a thing?
Outgoing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer may have egg on his face when it comes to missteps like Windows Vista, but he has no regrets about what he saw as his real job at Redmond: pulling in profits.
With the PC market sputtering and users still sour on Windows 8, Microsoft should consider giving its latest OS out for free, say analysts.
We just want standards-based interoperability, pleads networking colossus
Imagination Tech says Big Two mobemakers shipping fewer units in Q2
US authorities are investigating claims of embargo-busting sales of Dell computers to the Syrian government.
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.
Time to get accounts in order or get off the stock exchange, distie admits
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...
First buy since summer MBO and refinance deal
'Why do I need to speak to a rocket scientist every time I buy Microsoft?'
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
RBS, Natwest and Ulster Bank customers were hit by an "IT meltdown" on Cyber Monday that stopped card payments, borked ATMs and closed down online banking, leaving them with no way to pay for anything.
Sysadmin Blog Microsoft's Windows Phone platform has received a lot of criticism. The few early enterprise adopters of the Windows Phone 7 platform back in late 2010 gave it a shot with a glimmer of hope that it could replace the iPhone.
Businesses channels will have real but only limited supplies of Nokia’s first tablet in the next few weeks, while the phone giant has signed an exclusive deal with upmarket Blighty retail outfit John Lewis.
Distinguished Gartner analyst Robert P. Desisto has offered up an interesting theory: Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) giants are on the way to making themselves so bloated and cynical you'll want to find new sources of software.
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
- Ballmer: 'We made more money than almost anybody on the PLANET'
- Analysis Microsoft's licence riddles give Linux and pals a free ride to virtual domination
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