Tablet has only five years left, says CEO. Let's get real here, shall we?
PC makers may need to bin power supply units to use next-generation Intel microprocessors
This documentary explores the various options open to firms refreshing their client estates this year, including desktops, laptops, Ultrabooks, tablets, smartphones and desktop virtualisation
Microsoft tablet will be available in 29 countries by the summer
Pre-tax profits up 31 per cent year-on-year as chip designer benefits from mobile device boom
Council procuring on behalf of other public sector bodies for provision of mobiles, tablets, laptops and servers
Peter Gothard visits Bolton secondary school the ESSA Academy to find out how a mobile device for every student is revolutionising the education process.
The rise of touchscreens must be embraced by enterprise, Computing's most recent IT Leaders' forum discussion concluded
75 per cent of Computing readers plan to buy laptops or desktops for staff in 2013 or 2014
Expert warns that most mobile devices are not suitable for filling in crime reports
Increasing use of smartphones and tablets will alter how mobile operators make money, says GSMA report
Operating system will run the same apps on phones, tablets, PCs and even televisions
Tablet sales hit 40,000 a week over Christmas period
Magic Software demonstrates the increasing use of business applications on mobile devices
Add flexible tablets, and mobile could have a pliable future
We're in an era of 'PC plus' rather than 'Post-PC', according to analysts
US Department of Defense tells Computing agreement means Windows 8 can be installed on any device
Windows 8 nearing levels of Windows 7 sales
Stuart Sumner gets driven to the very edge of despair in his attempts to get Microsoft Surface to actually do anything at all
But Europe will actually cut tech spending, according to Forrester
Which platform will come out on top as we enter a new year in mobile enterprise?
New device to be launched at Mobile World Congress in February, according to reports
41 per cent of UK adults that are 55 or over have put a tablet, smartphone or laptop on their Xmas lists
The rise of BYOD, the fall of RIM and the bet-hedging of Microsoft