1,000 companies and 140,000 jobs hang on the Prime Minister's high-wire balancing act in Tokyo.
The platform will hold student records and learning history
Everything you can expect to hear from the biggest device expo of the year
Launch sees pricing for Nintendo's do-or-die device way above expectations
PCs and game consoles get interesting again with new technology requiring beefed-up hardware
It's arguably a case of not if, but when your organisation will be targeted by hackers. How can you prepare for the damage an attack might do?
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
"We're in the early years of a cyber arms race," adds Schneier
Nintendo win makes it a 'full house' of games consoles for struggling chip designer
Protests or profiteering? Whether it's Anonymous, the Cyber Caliphate or Cyber Berkut, the hack remains the same
Stephen Coty examines some of the means and motives of the burgeoning number of "hacktivists"
Security expert warns of increasing cyber warfare, especially as it's difficult to tell if you're being attacked by a government or 'two guys in a basement'
Film company faces further embarrassment as Wikileaks puts stolen emails online in searchable archive
'The prevalence and severity of data breach incidents will continue to accelerate,' Experian
Pascal steps down from role following November's devastating attack by hackers
Sony claims hack hasn't affected operations at the film studio as staff go offline to get work done
FBI's accusation that North Korea hacked Sony has 'puzzle pieces that don't make sense' says Lieberman Software
'It is pretty easy to forge email IP addresses' security firm points out
Security experts agree with CEO Hirai that short-term financial impact may be minimal but say that the long-term damage is unclear
Sony Pictures unlocks a stash of old BlackBerrys for secure communications after Guardians of Peace hack
US record label owned by Sony Music Entertainment wants to create a more secure version of Box's cloud storage platform
Vincent Omari claims he is just a spokesperson for the Lizard Squad and has nothing to do with PSN and Xbox Live attacks
Or maybe not, if network latency isn't radically reduced in the next five years
Companies are turning to contractors as the supply of skilled cyber-security staff dries up
North Korea not directly namechecked as aggressor, however
Company prepares for 'Christmas gift' of more data leaks