From ambitious crowdfunder to barely a whispered memory, the Ubuntu Edge didn't lead the pack in the way many had hoped. But just what is the status of the converged, desktop-capable smartphone?
'I'm not prepared to take the whole business to Windows 8; it's too much, too quickly,' says KPMG CIO
Edel McGrath explains how a two-year project has seen the IT department at KPMG gain far more influence over the company
Invitations have gone out for a major Apple 'event' on 9 September - with iPhone 6 and iWatch expected to be unveiled
Tradeshift CEO Christian Lanng discusses how app-based networks are becoming the backbone of every business
John Leonard examines Computing research that illuminates the challenges and options enterprise face when designing mobile apps for a business audience
Security researcher reveals practice previously unknown to the public that allows Apple to extract information including texts, photos and contact lists from iPhones
Apple orders 80 million large-screen iPhones while fund managers remain unconvinced about innovation
Apple needs a new iPad soon, stock experts warn
Michael Saylor tells Computing that BlackBerry 'isn't coming back'
Competition from China and Europe a threat, says smartphone manufacturer
A cloud-based development platform from Portugal-based OutSystems has hugely increased the productivity of ADEC Group's programmers, says Peter Gothard
Entrust's Mark Reeves talks mobile authentication and access management to the Enterprise Security and Risk Management Summit
How can IT leaders enable users to benefit from the freedom and flexibility that the latest mobile technology offers while at the same time ensuring sensitive data remains safe? John Leonard investigates
Samsung director of enterprise mobile Phil Lander tells Computing that business users shouldn't have security fears over Android devices
Domino's IT supremo Colin Rees gives Peter Gothard a taste of the multi-platform strategy that will one day enable pizza-lovers to get their favourite food delivered any time, any place
200,000 Android apps to be available for direct download as BlackBerry announces better than expected figures
That's all very well… but is it innovation?
Hybrid tablets 'not ultimate destination, but still a place we'll spend a long time in' says Microsoft
Microsoft chief envisioning officer Dave Coplin on the future of hybrids and impact of machine learning
Is Microsoft's refined OS enough to rip out the BYOD staples of iOS and Android?
Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Firms that fail to keep up with mobile advances are doomed, warns Oracle
No CIO has a proper strategy, says mobile tech director Bushby
Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Complete MDM solutions 'will not be available from any single vendor' says BlueCat CTO
'There's something fundamentally wrong with the market definition' says Wertkin
'HP never went down the BlackBerry route, even in the early days of BlackBerry when it was the de facto choice'
University of Sheffield's Christine Sexton notes difference in attitudes to mobile tech between students and teaching staff
Keynote explores how and why the balance of power is changing when it comes to mobile devices
Peter Gothard hears how Windows 8.1 is helping the county's police with their inquiries