Far from trying to hold on to their customers, big software companies seem to be trying to wring them even harder
Updated service 'allows enterprises to quickly build apps in a secure manner and deploy them across public, private and on-premises environments'
Key figures in the development of technology through the ages
Lynch seeks damages of more than $150m in London over 'false and negligent statements' made by HP
Out with Oracle and HP-UX as Hillarys opts to run its business on SAP HANA and Huawei appliances
Questions over Autonomy's accounts dismissed by HP as 'negative tactics' by Oracle
Health Apps Library was put under scrutiny for 'very weak' review criteria back in June
Drinks giant signs 22,000-seat deal with cloud tools vendor
Some new bells and whistles, but mostly just a solid cloud-based update
Malware incident represents first major breach of usually stringent Apple App Store security
Smoking, diabetes, depression and anxiety targeted with new mobile push
If plaintiffs win, every Twitter user in US could receive damages
It'll sell by the bucketload, but does this shiny new hybrid actually have what enterprise productivity requires?
$500 bounty to stop your embarrassing selfie going public
Thanks to Dropbox, the Into No Man's Land team will be able to collaborate on the go during their 6,000-mile trek
Apple also working on fuel cells, but don't expect that in either the iPhone 6s or the iPhone 7
One-quarter of smartphone users will be accessing their NHS records on an app by 2017, claims Jeremy Hunt
But Health Secretary admits that NHS has not yet won the public's trust in keeping personal data safe
But will this new offering from the hardware and software giants reignite interest in an ailing PC market?
Sponsored Editorial: In today's climate, it's important to develop a rapid-access internal economic-financial ecosystem
24 hours to clear a fax, phones that don't dial out, and siloed offices where nobody talks to each other. This is the Halifax in 2015.
Gold partner says UK output 'way behind other countries', with software a factor
The full shorlist for this year's awards
King's College IT director Gareth Wright tells Computing how new Dell desktops, Windows 10 and flexible tech support services aid university students and staff
Lenovo is inserting its own software into clean Windows installs via BIOS - but is Microsoft actually to blame? [UPDATED]
Is this more a Windows-centric problem than Lenovo skulduggery?