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
Microprocessor analyst Jim Turley suggests Apple may be preparing to move from Intel to ARM
Government isn't renewing its £5.5m support deal with Microsoft, leaving departments having to seek support themselves
A spokesperson tells Computing that the Met Police is moving to Windows 8.1 and has requested a 12-month custom support agreement in the meanwhile
Tyler Rohrer, co-founder of Liquidware Labs, argues that VDI is not the panacea many vendors will have you believe
PC market recovery comes to an abrupt halt as Intel warns of lower than expected first quarter sales
Never in the platform's history has an emergency fix been needed - until now
VMware chosen over Citrix because it had 'more of a vision, was honest and explained all of the hidden costs'
The Department of Health's Bob Armstrong explains the thinking behind the Atos-led, £74m-plus 'Open Service' project
The Windows 10 chief Joe Belfiore talks to Computing about Windows, app platforms - and Zune
Thinner, lighter iPads with better cameras and new MacOS X operating system put in the shade by 5K Retina display Apple iMacs
Can the company seriously expect its fortunes to keep rising?
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
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
Peter Gothard hears how Severn Trent Water is riding the enterprise mobility wave and tapping into predictive analytics
Barking and Dagenham claims it would have to pay over £200,000 more to replace outgoing Windows XP desktops with Windows 7 PCs
It's becoming increasingly hard to convince consumers to purchase tablets, says Kantar Worldpanel ComTech
Manufacturers of lower-priced laptop and tablet devices to pay only $15 for licence, sources say
'Shared services' is the future of local government. And Westminster City Council and its neighbouring boroughs are leading the way. CIO Ben Goward talks to Graeme Burton about how it is working out
Investment fund Japan Industrial Partners kicking the tyres on proposed £300m sale
Replacing Citrix Presentation Server will help council to save £2m in four years
Spy agency physically installs malware and uses 'secret' radio technology to monitor PCs, according to the latest Snowden revelations
Is Intel's tiny NUC computer a miniature desktop replacement or DIY curio?
Reel FX IT director Scott Correll and lead technical director Ross Moshell tell Computing how Dell helped them make a feature film