Squishy and sweet new OS is heading your way
Chinese computer and smartphone manufacturer to axe 3,200 jobs in effort to cut costs
Microsoft needs to recoup on an expensive couple of years in mobility
Ten months since they put a ring on it, is the new web standard advancing at the speed it should?
Worse than Heartbleed: Stagefright security flaw leaves almost all Android users open to Trojan attacks
Almost a billion Android users vulnerable to security flaw that can be exploited just by sending a text message, warns Zimperium
'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
iPad sales down and Apple Watch still failing to take off - has Apple finally run out of steam?
Making Just Eat 'available to customers wherever they are on any device' - an interview with CTO Carlos Morgado
Apple Watch, cloud and analytics are refining food ordering at Just Eat, providing a personal experience to customers, wherever they are, Morgado tells Computing
Red Bull Racing tightens communications between race-track and HQ, enabling the use of thermal-imaging cameras on race days
As Microsoft flogs Bing Maps to Uber and Android rumours re-emerge, is the end nigh for Windows Phone?
When a four per cent market share's just not enough
Everything you want to know about the up-coming Apple iPhone launch - which could be sooner than you think...
Kirill Tatarinov and Eric Rudder also out as Nadella shapes up Microsoft for Windows 10
Reports suggest troubled smartphone firm might put a rival's OS on its devices for the first time
Regulatory obstacles need that harder level of push, says Wei Wang
Julian Bond, head of ICT at Hillarys Blinds, tells Computing's Enterprise Mobility Summit the balance is shifting in favour of Google Android
Get all of the latest from Hilton Tower Bridge London as delegates hear from the likes of British Gas, Grant Thornton and Rentokil Initial
The usual iOS and OS X updates, as well as watchOS 2 also revealed at WWDC 2015
Firm says it is consolidating its device software, hardware and apps business but declines to say how many employees would be let go
'Our products do amazing things,' says Cook - and it's all thanks to Steve Jobs
Unpatched software could lead to DoS attacks that render Apple devices unusable
Aluminium-ion battery breakthrough promises one-minute charging and batteries that (almost) never die
Stanford University team claims aluminium batteries will outlast lithium-ion - and be much safer, too
Samsung and Dell mobile devices to ship with Microsoft Office - but where does that leave Windows Phone?
Microsoft has persuaded Samsung and a number of other Android device makers to bundle Office and other apps as standard, but will Windows Phone suffer as a result?
Store also set to roll out iPads in retail outlets
In the second of our series analysing industry engagement with enterprise mobility, Peter Gothard examines the BYOD trend and to what extent own devices have a place in the truly modern enterprise