Graeme Burton is Chief Reporter at Computing.

He has 15 years of experience in news and magazine journalism, and has edited such titles as Trade & Forfaiting Review, Inside Knowledge and Managing Information & Documents.

Articles & blogs by Graeme Burton

IBM to research 'self-destructing microprocessors' in $3.4m DARPA deal

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US military research establishment to fund research into electronics that can be destroyed remotely
12 Feb 2014

MPs voice concerns over care.data in Parliamentary debate

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Lack of genuine anonymity and questions over opting out dominate Parliamentary debate over care.data
11 Feb 2014

When is an opt-out not an opt-out? When it's a care.data opt-out

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Details of patients that opt out of care.data will still be uploaded into the centralised system
10 Feb 2014

Barclays' customer details stolen and “sold” for £50 per file to City brokerage

27,000 files of customers to Barclays' financial planning arm stolen and sold to City brokerage
10 Feb 2014

Nadella’s key challenges

Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella, faces a number of challenges, big and small, as he takes the helm at the software giant
07 Feb 2014

How three London boroughs developed a shared services strategy

'Shared services' is the future of local government. And Westminster City Council and its neighbouring boroughs are leading the way. CIO Ben Goward talks to Graeme Burton about how it is working out
07 Feb 2014

GP revolt against sale of patient data gathers pace as health trusts threaten the sack

More GPs either refusing to comply with care.data as first refusenik GP is threatened with the sack
07 Feb 2014

MP makes formal complaint to ICO over care.data patient records "grab"

Care.data programme should be stopped, argues Roger Godsiff MP
05 Feb 2014

HP claims Autonomy made 80 per cent less UK profit than stated

New accounts filed this week claims Autonomy made a series of accounting "errors" that bumped up revenues by 54 per cent
04 Feb 2014

H4cked off: Welcome to the real world, Apple

The last 15 years at Apple have been nothing short of sensational, from the launch of the iPod music player to the popularity of the iPad. But what will happen to the company if the blockbuster products dry up?
03 Feb 2014

From System X to System Ex

When IBM sold its PC business, observers said its x86 server systems unit would be next in line – now their predictions have come to pass. Graeme Burton reports
31 Jan 2014

Privacy under the knife: can 'care.data' be trusted?

Within weeks, households will receive letters informing them of NHS plans to upload patient data into a centralised “care.data” database – and possibly sold on to third parties. The NHS says that patient privacy won’t be compromised, but campaigners claim otherwise. Graeme Burton investigates
31 Jan 2014

Satya Nadella set to become next Microsoft CEO

Head of cloud computing at Microsoft to take top job ahead of Stephen Elop
31 Jan 2014

End of an affair: why Google flogged problem child Motorola to Lenovo

When Google splashed $12.5bn on Motorola Mobility less than two years ago, many observers wondered what exactly it was going to do with it. It's a question that Google never did manage to answer
30 Jan 2014

Lenovo buys Motorola from Google for $2.3bn – and just $660m in cash

Google sells Motorola Mobility for just $2.9bn compared with the $12.5bn it paid for it
30 Jan 2014