Hardware

New iPad production is underway – but can Apple overturn flagging sales?

Tim Cook tweets image of an iMac running Windows
All the screen sizes in the world promised, but does Apple need to innovate, not imitate?
12 Aug 2014

IBM claims first in 'neuromorphic' computing

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IBM claims microprocessor that mimics human brain can perform 46 billion operations per second drawing just 70 milliwatts of power
11 Aug 2014

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

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Review - is it the future of the endpoint?

Does Microsoft's redesigned hybrid have what it takes to batter the MacBook?
05 Aug 2014

2e2 finally ceases to exist - with gaping £257m shortfall owed to creditors

2e2 Group, 2e2 Holdings and 2e2 Investments have all been dissolved, according to papers filed by FTI Consulting
04 Aug 2014

Demand for in-car telematics boxes seeing strong growth, says Direct Line Group CEO

Meanwhile, shift away from RBS data centres is already delivering benefits for Direct Line, says firm
04 Aug 2014

Backbytes: Nostalgic for the 1980s? Good news – the new ZX Spectrum will be launched imminently

Are you missing 256×192, eight-colour graphics? Throw away your PC and buy a ZX Spectrum instead
01 Aug 2014

Now Ford dumps BlackBerry for Apple

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

'My ambition is to be the first team to have all trackside systems in the cloud,' says Caterham F1 IT head

Bill Peters, head of group IT at Caterham Group, tells Computing that a lot of the Formula 1 team's technology will be virtualized
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

'The clerk who’s never used any of the Office suite – why update him?' Biffa CIO David Gooding

What kind of technology lies behind your bin collection? Peter Gothard visited waste management giant Biffa to find out – and what he discovered may surprise you
30 Jul 2014

Hardware market 'does remain a focus' says BlackBerry enterprise chief

Passport 'will not be for everyone', but company continues to work on new devices, says Sims
29 Jul 2014

Free Windows?

What are the chances of Microsoft giving away its operating system – and even some of its most popular applications – for free? Peter Gothard asked some Redmond-watchers for their thoughts
28 Jul 2014

Lenovo unveils Google Glass competitor in Internet of Things push

Chinese manufacturer is also looking for hardware partners to make new products
28 Jul 2014

National roaming for mobile: where to turn?

Is the government being serious about a national roaming plan that has left mobile networks flabbergasted? Sooraj Shah finds out
28 Jul 2014

PernixData FVP virtualization software takes SEGA’s storage to the next level

SEGA Networks adopts PernixData FVP software to optimise gaming service platform
28 Jul 2014

Apple can extract personal data from iPhones without user's knowledge

Security researcher reveals practice previously unknown to the public that allows Apple to extract information including texts, photos and contact lists from iPhones
28 Jul 2014

British Gas rolls out 1,200 ruggedised Windows 8 tablets to field engineers

Should speed along smart meters to all homes by 2020, says BG
25 Jul 2014

OpenText cures NHS Trust’s case file woes

Royal Free London’s director of information management and technology, Will Smart, tells Danny Palmer how switching to digital case notes is improving patient care
25 Jul 2014

Cyber espionage by Google Glass is the next major threat to enterprise security

Some organisations are already jumping onto the wearable technology bandwagon, but are they opening up a new way in for cyber criminals? Danny Palmer investigates.
23 Jul 2014

Apple profits and iPhone sales up, but iPad demand down

Increased demand for iPhones from China helps to boost Apple profits by 12 per cent compared with previous year
23 Jul 2014

Apple orders 80 million large-screen iPhones while fund managers remain unconvinced about innovation

Apple needs a new iPad soon, stock experts warn
22 Jul 2014

DropBox 'hostile to privacy,' argues Snowden, urges switch to SpiderOak

NSA whistleblower argues Dropbox is a 'PRISM wannabe," urges use of SpiderOak private storage service
18 Jul 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Three removes BlackBerry 10 phones from the shelves, and is taking no more stock

London store staff say network provider is no longer selling new BB devices
17 Jul 2014