Hardware

Spending on high-end storage falls 25 per cent – IDC

NetApp FAS8060 storage array
Overall market down 6.9 per cent as economic uncertainty persuades companies to keep their storage kit longer
09 Jun 2014

BlackBerry: ‘Maybe consumer wasn’t a battle we could’ve won’

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BlackBerry says it is better equipped to win the fight in the enterprise mobility arena than consumer
03 Jun 2014

Huawei promises 10x faster Wi-Fi speeds than currently available

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IEEE 802.11ax specification is the secret sauce
02 Jun 2014

Samsung launches world's first Tizen OS smartphone

Samsung Z runs on Linux-based software and will be released later this year
02 Jun 2014

Patents account for one-quarter of the cost of a smartphone, claims research

$120 of the cost of a $400 smartphone pays for the intellectual property, claims report
30 May 2014

CIOs losing faith in BlackBerry

Businesses see BlackBerry as a sinking ship
29 May 2014

Kabbee opts for Rackspace ahead of Google, Amazon, Microsoft owing to emphasis on customer service

London minicab firm said other companies were interested only in selling Kabbee a commodity, rather than working in tandem
29 May 2014

Datacentres Europe 2014: Brand-name data centre servers have 'three to five years until extinction', predicts VMware CTO

Future of industry lies in "white boxes made by companies you've never heard of", says Joe Baguley
29 May 2014

IBM server sales slump by 25 per cent in the first quarter as competition intensifies

IBM sales meltdown as global server unit shipments increase by 1.4 per cent, according to Gartner
28 May 2014

Datacentres Europe 2014: Machine learning is the future of PUE, says Google

99.6 per cent accuracy in PUE prediction achieved, reveals data centres VP
28 May 2014

Enterprise Cloud Forum: Almost half of enterprises 'prehistoric' with respect to BYOD, says Oracle security VP

'We need a whole new industry to prevent us slowing down' says Hartwell
27 May 2014

IBM to stop selling NetApp storage in preference to its own products

IBM seeks to arrest hardware sales slump by focusing on own technology
27 May 2014

Intel: Forget internet-connected fridges, the Internet of Things is all about business transformation

The Internet of Things will takeoff in business, not in the consumer sector, as organisations use it to improve service and lower costs, says Intel's Ton Steenman
23 May 2014

Computing Refresh: Salesforce invades UK, eBay hacked, and Microsoft reveals Surface Pro 3

Salesforce sets up shop in London, eBay reveals three-month old customer data hack, and Microsoft launches a 'laptop beater'.
23 May 2014

HP to axe up to 16,000 staff after another disappointing quarter

CEO Meg Whitman indicates job cuts of between 11,000 and 16,000 - but vows to protect R&D
23 May 2014

Pulling together – what converged infrastructure means for data centres

Converged platforms promise to simplify data centre upgrades and maintenance, so why does uptake appear so sluggish? John Leonard investigates
22 May 2014

What the Surface Pro 3 says about Microsoft's hardware strategy

Does Microsoft's hybrid tablet announcement point to a more focused hardware division under Satya Nadella's new company?
21 May 2014

Lenovo yearly profits jump by 29 per cent

Disappointing sales in China offset by growth in EMEA and Americas for world's biggest PC maker
21 May 2014

Groupon expands Teradata data warehouse

Discount voucher firm wants to better manage millions of queries a day
21 May 2014

Microsoft announces Surface Pro 3 *UPDATED*

Latest device in Surface range is larger, thinner and louder
20 May 2014

Apple and Google settle patent legal battle as Samsung and Apple look to next generation technology

Apple and Google dismiss their respective lawsuits, while Apple and Samsung compete to file patents for next-generation mobile technology
19 May 2014

Cloudera defends Intel deal as Hadoop battle rages on

Cloudera’s co-founder and chief strategy officer, Mike Olson, responds to growing criticism of the company from its rivals
16 May 2014

Former BBC CTO claims he is the “fall guy” for failed £100m DMI project

John Linwood didn't want to tell DMI staff about 'Plan B' because they were "putting their heart and souls" into new system
16 May 2014

Intel to release its first 4GHz microprocessor “in weeks”

“Gigahertz wars” to re-open as Intel looks to ship 4GHz Core-i7
16 May 2014