Figures suggest that BlackBerry smartphones are becoming relegated to business voice and email functions only
Apple and Samsung urged to settle patent infringement suit
Defence opens following revelation of 'non-aggression pact' between Apple and Microsoft
Eighty-four per cent of smartphones and 69 per cent of tablets used for business
Samsung designer set to refute claims that the firm is a slave to Apple fashion
Launch coincides with August layoffs of 3,000 staff
How much longer will contract manufacturers like Foxconn remain in the shadow of the West's tech giants?
Are the likes of Apple, Dell and HP in danger of suffering the same fate as bicycle maker Schwinn, whose business was irreparably damaged when its contract manufacturer in Taiwan decided to beat the US firm at its own game?
Court documents and YouTube ad reveal potential tablets
Android and iOS the main platforms for both consumer and business app development
Computing brings you its hand-on view of Office 2013, revealing the good, the bad, and the clunky
Having transformed the way we buy books, and then consumer goods in general, Amazon is now blazing a disruptive trail through enterprise IT
'Diversity of solutions' is the way forward for Windows 8, according to Microsoft CEO
Manufacturing reportedly cranking up ready for October release date
'Buy a licence', Finnish firm tells Google and Asus
HP puts Windows tablet launch back to 2013
Quad core devices will cost $199/£199
Many flyers still favour 'hand-holding approach', and mobile is key to this says Bulman
Will Microsoft's new tablet conquer the market, or kill the company's OEM relationships stone dead?
Double the rate this time last year, but growth is slowing