How tablets and secure remote technology is benefiting the healthcare industry
Apple sells more iPhones and iPads, but Mac sales fall
And Microsoft product packaging 'looks like a bloody Cornflake packet' says Cochrane
Cheap yet fully-featured, but are you buying an 10-incher filled with empty promises?
Tesco's IT and marketing chiefs tell Peter Gothard how the retail giant's new tablet device fits in with its data-gathering strategy
Is Tesco's budget consumer tablet a happy choice for the price-conscious IT manager?
Undercuts Tesco by £20, and includes bags of pre-loaded software
Initiative designed to let employees work more efficiently when on the move
Burn the desktop, ditch the laptop, leave the iPad at home, here's the best and only choice for the mobile worker
We take the firm's new XPS laptops and Venue tablets for a spin
Tablet built from the ground up targets those who might not usually consider buying such a device
Device branded 'the most powerful tablet for professional use in the world'
Some tablets may become obsolete long before laptops and desktop PCs bite the dust, writes John Leonard
Google's new Nexus 7 is faster, brighter and slicker, but is it really anything special?
Atari founder tells Computing that desktop and laptop PCs unlikely to be eclipsed by tablets
$95m customer fund may appear after settlements finalised
'There's no chance that the iPhone is going to get any significant market share. No chance'
Enquiries up 40 per cent since Microsoft allowed vendor to start selling to schools, colleges and other public sector bodies
Older Apple models allowed back in US as Samsung case overturned
'We will embrace Windows 8 where it makes sense to do so' says IS head Goodman
Yours for $230, the Android 4.3 tablet will ship with Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro microprocessor
The airline's IT chief tells Danny Palmer how he has turned the BYOD concept on its head, and why he believes Apple is flying high in the tablet market while Microsoft is still stuck on the runway
CIO Phil Jordan is overseeing a major migration to Windows 8 devices and Office 365 in a bid to boost collaboration, but as Sooraj Shah reports, his enthusiasm for all things Microsoft does not extend to the Surface
A Computing survey finds that the urge to lockdown or ignore mobile technologies remains strong; but IT needs to get hip to the new breed