MWC Can I borrow your charger?
MWC Boasts big HTC win, and streaming tech
MWC Runs better than Android on same hardware, vendor claims
By Windows 10 launch our systems will be PURE, honest
Sources say suppliers to be squeezed to help save biz $300m
DWP chucks more money at car crash of a programme
IPOed hybrid array market star Nimble Storage beat the street with fourth-quarter revenues of $68.3m, and lost less money than last quarter as Fibre Channel sales kicked in. Can it keep on like this?
A mini shake-up of the Enterprise Services (ES) division at HP has seen the role of UK public sector veep Stuart Bladen carved up and shared out among several others.
Sales soar globally, but forex, retail PC price erosion weigh
Comment VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
NTT Com Security is to acquire rapidly growing London-based Nebulas Solutions Group, according to well-placed industry tipsters.
TalkTalk has admitted to a major breach of sensitive user information, which may have led to some customers handing over bank data to hackers.
Support upstart Rimini Street's secret allies are Nevada jurors
Ginni eyes $40bn-a-year sales
Medium-term forecast? Sorry, never heard of it
CGI takeover info netted man £30k in ill-gotten gains
Exclusive Family illness made exec 'realise life is very short'
Comment Avago has a go, wins neat $606m deal
But Big Blue still needs to hit the SMAC stack
Boss Linney says small biz has 'no God-given right' to win deals
Benioff boasts: SAP and Oracle can kiss my chuddies
Time to practise those burger-flipping skills, coders
No buyer for the biz, only stock and furniture for sale as broker shuts after 25 years
Count of 2014's flaws finds more nasties in Mac OS and iOS than in Windows or Linux
Seeks top-up to WiFi business
Why so confident, infosec bods wonder
Logicalis has quietly slipped president and chief of operations Mark Rogers into the CEO chair in the hope that he’ll work out better than his predecessor.
Escaping the clutches of the big evil system integrators has long been part of the government's IT rhetoric. Yet confusion reigns as to what the strategy actually is now that previous "disaggregation" plans have been torn up – and those contracts are about to expire.
Microsoft boffins have crafted what they say is the world's first platform specifically designed to kill exploit kits.
Lenovo's chief technology officer Peter Hortensius has issued another statement on how the company plans to handle Superfish.
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
Big Blue's lost year
SO cosy and safe, mummy
European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea
- And the buggiest OS provider award goes to ... APPLE?
- C’mon Lenovo. Superfish hooked, but Pokki Start Menu still roaming free
- Lenovo: We SWEAR we're done with bloatware, adware and scumware
- Britain needs more tech immigrants, quango tells UK.gov
- Lenovo CTO: Hey, look around – we're not the only ones with a crapware infection
... and thank heavens they do
You see a diversity tickbox nightmare, I see human beings
Red Hat again?
AWS and Salesforce match up to Ellison's hardware
Five years on, what did Larry's lot do to Sun's partner network?
But here's why we're (probably) not staring at a crash