Hacked communications company admits that it stored passwords in plain text
AT&T Internet of Things connectivity gives irrigation firm HydroPoint 'visibility it didn't have before'
HydroPoint president and CEO Chris Spain tells Computing IoT has improved water management
Super tablet, hybrid, or something else? We examine the evidence and the inevitable rumours around one of Apple's hottest secrets.
Months of work was completed in just three weeks thanks to what the firm learned during the tendering process
Clawback clause invoked as take-up of FTTP/FTTC exceeds expectations, money to be used to fund other rollout plans
'We're not competing with Facebook - we're not putting a flag in the sand' - Jimmy Wales on TPO Community
Computing talks exclusively with the Wikipedia creator on his social network
Driving the 'Internet of Things': an interview with Infiniti Red Bull Racing head of technical partnerships Al Peasland
Al Peasland tells Danny Palmer how connected devices, wearables, thermal imaging and even augmented reality could benefit the F1 team
'I can legitimately work on my phone rather than with the BlackBerry when it was more of just a business monitoring tool,' Al Peasland tells Computing
Moneypenny may draw comparisons with Siri and Cortana but has more in common with a host of other virtual assistant apps
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Body responsible for the controversial care.data programme may now be making an array of new mistakes as it tries to release a swathe of mobile apps
Red Bull Racing tightens communications between race-track and HQ, enabling the use of thermal-imaging cameras on race days
'They're old numbers and out-of-date,' insists money-seeking Uber
Everything you want to know about the up-coming Apple iPhone launch - which could be sooner than you think...
Personal computing has come a long way since home-assembly kits were sold in the early 80s. Computing takes a trip down (random access) memory lane
'We can do some amazing things with the technology' says developer
An infrastructure to support mobile apps requires software on the back-end and users' devices - as well as a style guide for developers, says Globo's Yad Jaura
Stuart Hall of Epicor software advises on a sound mobility strategy and ERP tools to boost productivity
IBM analytics, social media, cloud, mobile and cyber security tools all harnessed by All England Club
Kirill Tatarinov and Eric Rudder also out as Nadella shapes up Microsoft for Windows 10
Margrethe Vestager warns mobile consolidation could mean higher prices and less innovation
Enterprise mobile apps need to be more compelling to earn widespread adoption, warns Globo's Yad Jaura
And organisations need to do more to sell the benefits to staff, too
National Crime Agency's director general says 'some of what we need to do is intrusive; it is uncomfortable'
Reports suggest troubled smartphone firm might put a rival's OS on its devices for the first time