Nearly nine per cent of UK children lack home access to a desktop, laptop, or tablet, and almost 1 million rely on a mobile connection
Findings from a day of conversations around how and why we compute
Both IDC and Gartner concur that PC sales rose strongly in the second quarter
Asus has gone pure AMD in this heavy gaming laptop, but what does it bring to the table?
Reports of Toshiba PC sale plans come after it sold its TV manufacturing unit to Hisense
Toshiba downplays PC unit sale rumours despite offloading TV manufacturing to Hisense for just $114m
More powerful CPUs from AMD and Intel fuelling interest in new PCs
Leading-edge gaming technology for below £900? Don't be so sure...
Asus gaming laptop one of a number of Ryzen-powered computers coming from world's biggest PC makers
Microsoft unveils Surface laptop running Windows 10 S - strictly tied to Microsoft's own Windows app store
Microsoft's first steps to taking full control of the Windows eco-system?
Kaby Lake and a big boost in memory planned for 15-inch MacBook
Same price as a MacBook or Microsoft Surface, but longer battery life, claims HP Inc
Microsoft's Surface Book is a clever piece of kit but does that make it worthy of the "ultimate laptop" crown?
Has Microsoft seen the future of PCs, phones and tablets with its stackable 'modular computing device'?'
One device to rule them all?
The fourth generation of Microsoft's industry-leading hybrid tablet is here. But will it keep replacing your laptop?
But Hong Kong devices firm weathers industry decline with 16 per cent revenue rise
Unholy alliance tries to revitalise the market
Chinese computer and smartphone manufacturer to axe 3,200 jobs in effort to cut costs
If you're running Microsoft's flagship tablet and a Cisco VPN, you might want to wait before upgrading.
Windows acquired a terrible reputation for security with Windows 95, 98, ME and XP. But how much more secure for enterprise is Windows 10?
When's it out? What's inside it? Where will it sit in the market? We round up all the facts, rumours and insight
'Weaker than expected consumer PC demand' is to blame
Personal computing has come a long way since home-assembly kits were sold in the early 80s. Computing takes a trip down (random access) memory lane
Is there actually a plan behind Microsoft's Windows 10 licensing or are they just making it up as they go along?