41 per cent of UK adults that are 55 or over have put a tablet, smartphone or laptop on their Xmas lists
The rise of BYOD, the fall of RIM and the bet-hedging of Microsoft
While London 2012 provided a showcase for the very best the UK tech sector has to offer, the year also saw one of this country's biggest software names become embroiled in controversy. Stuart Sumner looks back at the highs and lows of the past 12 months...
Tube to follow next year
6UK says slow uptake of IPv6 will cost UK dear
Computing looks back at the government's IT initiatives this year and what impact they have had
Join the Computing team for a review of the top IT news stories from 2012
'Superfast' broadband rollout also gathers pace
Cisco futurist also foresees artificial intelligence in the cloud, in Twitter interview
Seven-year deal will see firm responsible for payroll of 30,000 employees
Applications and platform available through the government cloud network
New TCIO executive begins in January 2013
Panel at industry event tackles what data centres will look like in the future, and concludes that training is critical
Digital word of mouth provides the most effective advertising, while London 2012 was 'the social event of all time'
2012 may have been a red-letter year for UK public events, but how has it been so far for the technology sector?
The past few months have seen worrying developments for those who value their privacy and expect personal data to be handled with a degree of circumspection. So is the fight for the right to be forgotten a lost cause?
Author, entrepreneur and government-appointed skills champion Ian Livingstone explains why the UK's future prosperity depends on getting school kids excited about coding
Security lapse has exposed 400 people to the threat of identity theft
Darrell Stein hopes his IT strategy can boost sales and cut costs
Ian Foddering, CTO UK & Ireland, Cisco, talks to Computing about the long-term benefits the IT powering London 2012 will bring to the UK
Inventor of the web given spotlight during London 2012 opener
Firms must carry out audits to ensure their systems are 'not too open'
Corporate giant sets up camp in London because of 'hotbed of tech talent'
Near-field communication payment trial at Olympics could attract fraudsters