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

ARM releases 64-bit server standard in bid to drive eco-system compatibility

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With 64-bit silicon appearing later this year, standard intended to drive compatibility across ARM eco-system
29 Jan 2014

Google and Samsung reach 10-year patent cross-license agreement

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Google and Samsung reach 'self-protection agreement' over patents
27 Jan 2014

Snowden: US uses internet surveillance for industrial espionage

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Will claims of industrial espionage by the NSA place a dark cloud over cloud computing?
27 Jan 2014

Cloud revenues double at Microsoft as the company closes in on $100bn annual revenues

Second quarter revenues leap by 14 per cent, driven by cloud, consoles and tablets
24 Jan 2014

Nokia mobile phone sales fall by one-third as Windows Phone devices struggle

Company refuses to break out sales figures for mobile phones ahead of sale to Microsoft
23 Jan 2014

Lenovo buys IBM's x86 server business for $2.3bn

IBM System X to become System-Ex with deal to sell the low-end server business to Lenovo
23 Jan 2014

Dell, Fujitsu and Lenovo to fight over IBM's low-end server business

Rumours resurface of IBM plan to off-load ailing x86 server business
22 Jan 2014

Cyber security warning for corporate finance

Financial sector needs to take special measures to protect information in corporate finance deals
22 Jan 2014

St Petersburg-based teenager developed malware used in US retail cyber attacks

UK retailers warned: Retail malware “sold to more than 60 East European crime gangs”
21 Jan 2014

Intel to subsidise Baytrail-based tablet computers to encourage adoption

Reports suggest Intel plans to cover engineering costs of shifting from ARM to Intel as it looks to hit £99 price point for tablets due later this year
20 Jan 2014

Microsoft extends Windows XP anti-malware support as security issue looms over cash machines running the old OS

Limited anti-malware support to continue for Windows XP as banks rush to upgrade cash machines running the aging operating system
20 Jan 2014

All corporate networks harbour malware and cyber-crime networks are expanding – Cisco

“Most organisations, large and small, have already been compromised and don't even know it” - Cisco
20 Jan 2014

Patent protection schemes: Racket or haven?

The technology sector is riven with intellectual property battles, but patent protection schemes promise to bring some relief
20 Jan 2014

Ailing IBM looks to the cloud for salvation

After five years of so-so revenue growth, IBM is finally embracing the cloud and gunning for the likes of Amazon, Rackspace and Google
20 Jan 2014

Smart meters: an IT disaster waiting to happen?

Smart meters are finally ready to roll out across the UK. But is the selected system ‘the next major government IT disaster’?
10 Jan 2014