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

Apple and Samsung settle patent dispute – outside the US

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Smartphone giants agree to withdraw all legal cases outside the US
06 Aug 2014

Apple iPhone 6 with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays to be launched on 9 September

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Invitations have gone out for a major Apple 'event' on 9 September – with iPhone 6 and iWatch expected to be unveiled
06 Aug 2014

Microsoft sues Samsung over 2011 patent cross-license agreements

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Software giant claims Samsung has breached patent agreement, citing Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia as justification
05 Aug 2014

HP to sue former Autonomy CFO Sushovan Hussein

HP legal filing squarely accuses Autonomy's Mike Lynch and Sushovan Hussain of fraud
05 Aug 2014

Backbytes: The long, slow death of Windows XP

Windows XP is slowly dying out, according to the web-stat counters – but it's Windows 7 people want, not Windows 8
04 Aug 2014

Warning issued over 'Backoff' point-of-sale malware

'Backoff' point-of-sale malware not currently detected by anti-virus software
04 Aug 2014

Government plans to link state databases - and share the data with private sector

Cabinet Office 'Data Sharing Policy Team' wants databases linked across government to 'assist growth and prevent crime'
04 Aug 2014

The ethical dilemmas of big data

Organisations have adopted an 'analyse first, ask legal questions later' approach to big data projects, but more and more people are raising ethical objections
01 Aug 2014

US court upholds ruling granting authorities global access to data held in the cloud

US government wins the latest round in long-running dispute with Microsoft
31 Jul 2014

Now Ford dumps BlackBerry for Apple

Car maker ditches BlackBerry devices in favour of Apple
31 Jul 2014

Tor developers rush to plug security hole that could identify users

Exploit developed by Carnegie Mellon University enables attackers to identify Tor users
31 Jul 2014

EU right to be forgotten 'wrong and unworkable'

'Right to be forgotten' ought to be forgotten, according to Parliamentary report
30 Jul 2014

New job? Could you be arrested for taking your know-how with you?

Developers in the US have been arrested at their exit interviews, accused of wanting to take know-how from one company to the another. Could it happen here?
30 Jul 2014

Internet of Things devices riddled with security errors, claims HP

HP Fortify study finds devices protected by weak passwords and unencrypted network services
30 Jul 2014

ICO warns companies over big data initiatives

Organisations cannot ignore data protection laws in their big data projects
28 Jul 2014