The best of the current sub-£200 Android tablet offerings. Are there any hidden gems a CIO should look out for?
Apple's iOS devices are most popular, Samsung is second most popular brand
What do VMware's storage virtualisation plans mean for partners and end users? Sooraj Shah investigates
Microsoft's update to its flagship tablet sees Intel's latest Haswell processor beef up its performance and massively improve battery life
We take the firm's new XPS laptops and Venue tablets for a spin
Airline hopes to save $13m a year in fuel, cut carbon emissions and improve efficiency with 'electronic flight bags'
Device branded 'the most powerful tablet for professional use in the world'
Jordan tells Sooraj Shah about the three projects that will transform the firm better known in the UK as O2
Programmers were due to receive build same time as general release, but Microsoft reverses decision following complaints
Enquiries up 40 per cent since Microsoft allowed vendor to start selling to schools, colleges and other public sector bodies
Shareholders claim violations of securities laws over Surface sales 'disaster' secrecy
Microsoft Surface revenues weighed in less than the write downs on unsold stock of Surface RTs
'We will embrace Windows 8 where it makes sense to do so' says IS head Goodman
CIO Phil Jordan is overseeing a major migration to Windows 8 devices and Office 365 in a bid to boost collaboration, but as Sooraj Shah reports, his enthusiasm for all things Microsoft does not extend to the Surface
Base model to cost only $349 as company gets real about tablet's market position
Steve Ballmer's keynote at Build 2013 was a third-party sales tour de force, but it left a few loose ends dangling on the hardware front
Jean-Christophe Lalanne tells Computing that while Air France is keen to look at Microsoft Windows 8, the airline doesn't yet consider it a major player in the tablet market
Software giant also launching a new ISV programme and lowering RT prices for schools and colleges
Update includes return of the Start menu, better SkyDrive integration, and improved search
Operating units to be reduced from eight to four as company focuses on "devices and services"
Primary education space to be "a great place" for hoped iPad-rival, says company
Lotus F1 CIO Graeme Hackland tells Danny Palmer how IT is helping the team prepare for big changes next season, and how it aids with race strategy
Much-criticised Windows 8 to be revamped, Microsoft reveals, as OS passes 100 million licence sales
Sooraj Shah hears how technology has helped the FA develop some of the best facilities in the world for players, coaches and supporters