When's it out? What's inside it? Where will it sit in the market? We round up all the facts, rumours and insight
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
Does Microsoft's Intel Atom-based Surface Pro cut-down soar, or struggle to keep up with its big brother?
Will this growing trend start to tempt the enterprise?
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
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'
Can the company seriously expect its fortunes to keep rising?
You know we liked it on face value, but how do we feel after a week with Microsoft's redesigned hybrid tablet?
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
Should speed along smart meters to all homes by 2020, says BG
Peter Gothard gets some hands-on time with a Surface Pro 3, and discusses some of the device's finer features
Peter Gothard hears how Windows 8.1 is helping the county's police with their inquiries
Salesforce sets up shop in London, eBay reveals three-month old customer data hack, and Microsoft launches a 'laptop beater'.
Does Microsoft's hybrid tablet announcement point to a more focused hardware division under Satya Nadella's new company?
Disappointing sales in China offset by growth in EMEA and Americas for world's biggest PC maker
Latest device in Surface range is larger, thinner and louder
Halfords CIO Anna Barsby also planning data centre consolidation and other major projects
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