CIOs and other IT leaders give their tips on designing and implementing new storage solutions, and warn that 'large US organisations will try to lock you in'
Next Xbox will come with 12GB GDDR5 memory and pack an AMD Polaris GPU
The graphics card for people who want the very best?
Higher component costs combined with users opting for quality over price will see average selling prices for devices go up
Garadget cut-off customer's access to IoT device because they didn't like his attitude
New material can even repair itself when it's been ripped in two
Re-use of code from earlier Samsung efforts help make Tizen "the worst code I've ever seen", says security researcher
Big names all sign-up to Google-led Android patent 'peace' agreement
Imagination Technologies hit hard as Apple announces plans to dump it and use its own graphics technology
Imagination shares tank by 70 per cent following announcement
DDR5 will also "improve channel efficiency", claims standards body
University of Exeter nanotech researchers claim technology could be used in 'smart' clothing
Testing infrastructure 'cluster' will be between London and Birmingham, and will include public test facilities
All bait and no Switch, warn security researchers
Paint 3D and new security improvements coming soon
'If you take storage for granted you're missing a trick,' says Matt Cadieux, CIO of Red Bull Racing
As long as it doesn't go up in flames, the Galaxy S8 should salve Samsung's reputation
Why is storage still so expensive and difficult to manage?
Reports suggest that the entrepreneur has started yet another new venture
You have Google everywhere else, why not have it listening in at home and on your network as well?
Intel claims that M.2 compatible Optane 2280 will boost PC load times
Computing research reveals a worrying lack of agility among some UK businesses
Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus designs don't infringe Baili's 100C smartphone rights
Ryzen 5 and 7 force big cuts in prices to AMD's legacy CPUs and high-end APUs
Apple launch greeted with more of a shrug than the usual fever pitch of excitement