Obama administration keen on closer US-Russian technological collaboration, says McFaul
Samsung claims gigabit-speed mobile networking - if you can wait until 2020
Policy designed to foster innovation, especially among start-ups
Is the smart watch - no more than a rumour for most hardware companies - an original idea, or simply a terrified response to the AR-equipped Google Glass project?
Georgia Tech develops big data algorithm to tailor difficulty to skill
Unified Patent Court to be introduced in 2014 after Spanish and Italian objections rejected
Sooraj Shah asks whether the Silicon Valley veteran has any idea how to save itself from oblivion
Firms must act now if they are to take full advantage of the tax break
New screen, better battery life and performance but Samsung shares fall slightly after launch
Ex-Autonomy boss takes a swipe at former employer
The rise of touchscreens must be embraced by enterprise, Computing's most recent IT Leaders' forum discussion concluded
PayPal Here designed with the needs of small businesses in mind
Apple is reportedly developing a wrist-based device, but it isn't the first firm to have the idea
Samsung, Micron, Microsoft, IBM, ARM and others behind new memory chip technology
In the second part of a three-part interview, Linux creator and Millennium Technology Prize winner Linus Torvalds talks about real-world Linux and looks into the future
In the first part of a three-part interview, Linus Torvalds talks about how he got Linux off the ground, the 'marketing' of Linux and Raspberry Pi. First published in 2012.
A number of companies have rushed to launch mobile payment devices that plug into Android and Apple iOS smartphones, but can users be sure that they are secure?
3D Systems will also sue printer maker Formlabs
Twenty years ago, ARM was little more than a small unit in now-defunct Acorn Computers. Now, the UK company is about to take on industry giant Intel
Danny Palmer looks under the bonnet of the forthcoming 802.11ac wireless standard and explains how organisations should gear up for its arrival
Peter Gothard explains how current trends in hardware and software will change the way business users interact with the enterprise
Cuts in technology and innovation funds of 7.6 per cent since 2010 - despite election pledge to maintain investment
Is the software-defined datacentre the next big thing for enterprise IT, or yet another empty, overhyped marketing phrase?