Chris Middleton hears how Worcestershire County Council’s Geoff Hedges isn’t hedging his IT bets during lockdown in rural England
Tools can read facial expressions and uncover clients' unconscious biases
Among AI applications being tested is a tool designed to read facial expressions
App available for download on the App Store
Private report filed with Korean standards agency two weeks ago
Or has it lost the ability to innovate?
Hardware giant dumps former partner Salesforce
Chris Middleton argues that the UK needs to be more ambitious with its investment, especially post-Brexit
UPDATED Failure meant all transactions made after 5pm UK time appeared to 'vanish into thin air'
The smart device manufacturer is in financial free fall - but could Android reverse the decline?
Drinks giant signs 22,000-seat deal with cloud tools vendor
Reported US antitrust investigation follows similar probes in EC and Russia
UK defence chief uses presentation at French Cyber Symposium 2015 to identify Russia as a key cyber threat
The smartphone market is looking increasingly unsustainable as icons of the industry - such as Nokia, BlackBerry and Motorola - tumble, and even established giants, such as Samsung, start to struggle
But do long-suffering users want more, or less, from Facebook?
Development kits allow rapid prototyping of IoT ideas
Stand aside, CEO, and make way for opinionated shareholders - says opinionated shareholder
America's largest bank reassures customers that passwords not included
John Manzoni's remit is to embed digital reform in government
Fallout from debacle remains as HP considers taking fight to Lynch and his team.
The government's Mystery Shopper service is being used to criticise the results of its own procurement policies.
Controller of research and development takes up key technology role
Costs for making and receiving calls also capped from today
Computing Research reveals that significant numbers of IT leaders can't answer basic questions about their jobs
Some don't apply security patches at all, finds survey
Government digital chief honoured in 2014 list
Report may make life uncomfortable for Theresa May
Commission begins investigation of Apple's corporate tax deals.
Chinese telecoms supplier's new Bristol research lab is but a small part of an ambitious three-year plan for Europe.
Tony Singleton to be known as 'Director, G-Cloud'
The past few months have seen worrying developments for those who value their privacy and expect personal data to be handled with a degree of circumspection. So is the fight for the right to be forgotten a lost cause?
Any organisation that uses technology to cut costs and increase its profits at the customer's expense deserves to fail
Tech battle of the decade hots up, with Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon battling for the hearts and minds of business and consumer users with own-brand mobile devices
The centenary of Alan Turing's birth should be the spur for a permanent memorial in the heart of our capital, says Chris Middleton
Intellect speech sets out far-reaching vision for public sector IT - but forgets to mention security. Chris Middleton explores its meaning
Google's Schmidt has demanded specific examples of regulation breaches
Ellison renames the cloud after Oracle, finishing giant marketing u-turn towards what he calls 'modern computing'
Resolution postponed again, boilerplate statement prepares investors for risk of bad news.
Analysts speak out on internet campaign struggling to gain mindshare as IPv4 heads for the buffers.
Social media management becomes focus for new breed of marketers as cloud platform buys Buddy Media
• 1,600 UK jobs in the firing line, says Unite. Autonomy founder Lynch to leave - bad decision, say analysts
Huge opportunity to drive innovation via open data - but does the government truly understand the distinctions between 'open' and private?
Last-minute devaluation by Morgan Stanley pre-IPO proves mobile strategy flawed, as Computing explained last week
Apps, cloud and automated services grab headlines, but commercialisation of data seems to be on the cards as well
EC investigation to focus on advertising, portability and the alleged shutting out of competitive products
Stratospheric valuations aside, what is Facebook really worth? Computing Editor Chris Middleton explains why it has never been free to use
CSC confirms it hopes to minimise compulsory cuts. Possibility of other firms stepping in, claims union