Hardware

Patent infringement case revival shows Apple is 'running scared' of Samsung

Apple iPhone 5S vs Samsung galaxy S4 front
Sam Jardine, partner at Watson Burton LLP Law Firm, tells Computing Apple could use the case to disrupt its main competition
20 Nov 2013

Living with the BlackBerry Z30

BlackBerry Z30 smartphone
The first version of any product is normally far from perfect, and so it was with BlackBerry and the Z10, launched in January 2013. So the Z30, the fourth of the company's new smartphones based on the BlackBerry 10 operating system released this year, ought to be pretty good. Graeme Burton takes a look
18 Nov 2013

Gartner: BlackBerry’s pain is Windows 8's gain

Nokia Lumia 1020 with 41MP camera and Windows Phone 8
Microsoft OS is a strong contender for enterprise users says analyst
14 Nov 2013

Forty years of IT

When Computing magazine launched in 1973, only the very largest companies had computers. Today, business couldn't function without them
14 Nov 2013

First Fairphone sells out

Initial batch of crowdfunded ethically-sourced smartphone snapped up
13 Nov 2013

Lean, green and flexible: exploring the IT powering WWF's new HQ

When the WWF designed its new headquarters, it knew its IT infrastructure had to be able to support hot-desking, mobile working and video conferencing in a cost-effective and eco-friendly way. Danny Palmer went to Woking to find out if it succeeded
12 Nov 2013

Apple "working on curved screens" while Motorola patents "throat tattoos"

Apple curved screens follow-on from Samsung and LG curved-screen releases
11 Nov 2013

MSI Primo 81 tablet - review

A 7 inch Android tablet that looks rather similar to the iPad Mini. Can this budget model give the Apple tablet a run for its money?
08 Nov 2013

Lenovo bid for BlackBerry 'rejected by Canadian government'

Lenovo's bid to acquire smartphone maker BlackBerry was rebuffed by the Canadian government on security grounds
06 Nov 2013

Smartglasses will make workplace more efficient sooner rather than later, claims Gartner

CIOs should start preparing for technologies like Google Glass now, say analysts
06 Nov 2013

SanDisk ReadyCache 32GB versus Toshiba Q-Series 500GB SSDs: Review

Cache SSDs offer near-SSD speeds without the data migration hassle. Graeme Burton reviews the keenly priced SanDisk ReadyCache alongside a 500GB Toshiba Q-Series SSD to see the difference
05 Nov 2013

HP ports NonStop technology from Itanium to x86

Customers will have the choice of running NonStop on either Itanium or x86
05 Nov 2013

BlackBerry takeover deal off as CEO Thorsten Heins is replaced by John Chen

BlackBerry backtracks on privatisation plan and opts for $1bn debt sale instead
04 Nov 2013

GoClever Aries 70: Review

How does the new 7 inch tablet from Polish firm Goclever fare in the cluttered Android market? Should enterprises consider this as a budget option for road warriors, or are there better options elsewhere?
04 Nov 2013

Google to expand Finnish data centre

Google set to create jobs by pouring extra €450m into Hamina site
04 Nov 2013

Apple is deleting negative iOS 7 messages on its forums, says Lawrence Lessig

Creative Commons founder 'astonished' to find discussions of faulty Wi-Fi being scrubbed
01 Nov 2013

Nortel patents group Rockstar hits Google and other phone makers with lawsuits

Apple, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Ericsson and Sony-owned consortium accuses seven patent infringements
01 Nov 2013

Google Nexus 5 smartphone with Android KitKat goes on sale in UK

LG-built smartphone showcasing Android 4.4 released in the UK
31 Oct 2013

Sony cuts 2013 profit forecast by 40 per cent

Tech giant expects to make only £190m for the year
31 Oct 2013

The Top 5 IT budget killers and how CIOs avoid them

There are certain elements of the IT estate that have a habit of springing nasty surprises on those drawing up the annual budget. In this documentary we speak to IBM, and the CIOs of Marks & Spencer and Network Rail to find out how they avoid the IT budget killers
30 Oct 2013

Intel to make 64-bit ARM chips for Altera

Intel to produce 14-nanometre 64-bit ARM in direct challenge to Samsung and TSMC
30 Oct 2013

Bring your own lawyer: the legal perils of BYOD

With staff seeking to perform more and more functions on their devices rather than clunky work PCs, organisations are starting to consider the legal implications – and it isn’t a straightforward matter
30 Oct 2013

Influence: Mobile Working in the NHS

How tablets and secure remote technology is benefiting the healthcare industry
30 Oct 2013

Boots.com the ‘least available’ of the UK’s most popular retail websites

Major retailer suffered 25 hours of downtime in just 33 days
29 Oct 2013