Edge gets polished up, but bugs still remain
Company was waiting to see which approach won, suggest reports
Targets both Apple and Microsoft with bevy of new devices
Amid severe budget cuts, Barking and Dagenham council had to shift away from Windows XP before Microsoft support ended
Electronic Frontier Foundation announces new 'Do Not Track' policy for web browsing to boost privacy
EFF teams up with coalition of web firms in effort to enable web users to have more choice over who can track their browsing and data
Company admits it has been capturing audio - but only if a particular box has been ticked...
Will this growing trend start to tempt the enterprise?
But WhiteHat hits back at Google, stating that the firm exploits users' private data to make money
Hacks, more hacks, a secret new web browser, stolen fingerprints and draconian national firewalls. That was the holidays that was
Provision of iPads, iPad Minis, Microsoft Surface and Google Chromebook part of mobile working lot
What are the best practices for organisations wanting to shift away from XP?
Meanwhile Windows 8.1 is to get its first upgrade, according to screenshot leaks
Does Google's web-tethered device point the way to the future of laptops?
The $35 device will be a cause for concern for Apple in both the living room and boardroom
As Trader Media Group prepares to publish the very last print edition of Auto Trader magazine, CIO Tim Jones tells Sooraj Shah about the next stage in the company's ambitious multi-platform digital strategy
New fork of WebKit promises faster development, especially on mobile platforms
Peter Gothard assesses whether Samsung's growing supremacy as a smartphone vendor might result in it splitting from Google's platform
Google continues restructuring plans as maps chief steps down
Telecity Group's peering gives Auto Trader edge in SEO and user experiences, says CIO
'Internet Explorer's bad reputation might not be completely deserved - Firefox actually has a lot more vulnerabilities'
A US congressional committee has recently stated that Huawei represents a security threat. But the firm is allowed to bid for government contracts in the UK. Is the US right to be concerned, and should we follow suit? Stuart Sumner and Sooraj Shah investigate...
Software company failed to abide by 2009 'browser choice' commitment