Confused about USB? You will be following USB-IF's latest branding plan
Local opposition to the idea of robot sex workers has been strong
Administrators called in as Maplin talks with Edinburgh Woollen Mill break down
Computing checks out cutting-edge innovation and chats to Reply's Filippo Rizzante
Even the solutions can cause problems
Microsoft partners worked together to scrap the physical data centre
Airport believes new system will be more reliable than GPS or Google Maps
Facebook ordered to pay $500m to Zenimax on top of the $2bn it already paid for Oculus Rift
While the Galaxy Note 7 crashed and literally burned, semiconductors and OLED screens have been pulling in the profits for Samsung
Selling internet-connect gear that's easily compromised? The FTC is coming for you (even if UK agencies aren't)
But you'll need a Pixel device to use it
Or has it lost the ability to innovate?
University of St Andrews researchers could have opened up a whole new world for wearables
Used as intended, you won't get very long between charges...
Glitch subverts lock screen with simple voice command
Company wants to improve WiFi connectivity in homes
Better battery life and improved wireless connectivity are some improvements made to a new version targeted at industry
Danny Palmer demos Crytek's VR software and dodges pterodactyls while director David Bowman explains how VR is not all about fun and games
We fasten our attention on how these two major smartwatches compare
CIO and CDO Richard Cross explains that the firm is looking at using drones to improve survey efficiency on large-scale projects
Lack of anti-theft protection will make the device more of a crime target
Your coffee table is now your kingdom
Siemens AG picked Teradata over HP Vertica, IBM and Oracle because it was 'the first to understand the need for an ecosystem'
'Any concerns we have about the rise of the robots taking our jobs is not really an issue because we will be those robots,' Ade McCormack tells Computing IT Leaders Summit