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Nexus 6 destined to flop owing to high price and pre-order disaster

Column Google demonstrates how not to release a smartphone

Fri Oct 31 2014, 14:36

The Apprentice on wearables shows the risks the market faces

Column Wearable? More like unbearable - and burnable

Fri Oct 17 2014, 15:34

HGST plans big data assault

President Mike Cordano talks change management in a competitive world

Wed Oct 08 2014, 11:19

There's more to Windows 10 than miscounting

Analysis Microsoft better pray this pays off

Tue Sep 30 2014, 20:43

Apple, the iPhone 6 needs to be cheaper to compete with Android

Column Firm needs to address main problem to regain control

Fri Sep 19 2014, 14:00

It's time to put US cable companies in their place

Column To preserve net neutrality and foster more competition

Fri Sep 12 2014, 14:00

Doctors and nurses need to take their Internet of Things pills

Medical staff pose biggest obstacle to IoT benefits in healthcare

Thu Aug 28 2014, 14:02

Wearables will transform the healthcare industry

Column But it won't happen quickly

Fri Aug 15 2014, 15:33

Campaign for Clear Licensing gives a voice to end users

Interview CEO Mark Flynn on standing up for the little guy

Mon Aug 11 2014, 14:40

CERN's open source commitment shows the IT industry how it's done

Column Open source IT is the future

Fri Aug 01 2014, 13:18

Apple-IBM deal will save the iPad

Column Apple is right to target BYOD to turn around tablet sales

Fri Jul 25 2014, 08:00

FCC extends net neutrality deadline as both sides set out their cases

Analysis It's the ISPs versus the public interest in a battle for the internet

Wed Jul 16 2014, 16:57

A drip drip drip approach to DRIP would have been preferred

Column Fools rush in to legislate, the wise oppose it

Fri Jul 11 2014, 14:00

Open-Xchange: The internet wouldn't have happened without Linux

Interview CEO compares big data firms to Hotel California

Mon Jul 07 2014, 17:18

BYOD is the wave of the future

Column It'll be a sea change, but will be worth the cost

Fri Jun 20 2014, 17:50

I'm not quite ready to trust my pet robot yet

Column Passing the Turing Test doesn't strike me as a good thing

Fri Jun 13 2014, 15:03

Tetris turns 30

How a tiny game from Russia conquered the world

Fri Jun 06 2014, 15:45

Backlash will render mass surveillance moot

Column The people and the market will defeat it

Fri Oct 24 2014, 16:33

Linux is on the right side of history, says open source figurehead

Interview The Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin talks drones, bugs and Kraftwerk

Thu Oct 16 2014, 12:37

Now is the right time for HP to become two companies

Analysis Meg Whitman was waiting for the right time to split

Mon Oct 06 2014, 15:23

Samsung’s departure from the PC market won't shake the industry

Column But it should have retained its Chromebook efforts

Fri Sep 26 2014, 16:21

Cloudy with a chance of pitfalls: Should business trust the cloud?

Analysis iCloud hack heightens concerns

Thu Sep 18 2014, 14:19

The fat cat, the cloud, and the little old lady

Column An allegory for the virtual data age

Fri Sep 05 2014, 14:59

Microsoft can and should change the name of Internet Explorer

Column Finally, something else that we can agree on

Fri Aug 22 2014, 15:00

Festival Tech: Home away from home

How to make the countryside like your living room

Fri Aug 15 2014, 12:10

BYOD security involves trade-offs on both sides

Column Professor Alan Woodward says bring your own device requires a fresh approach to security

Fri Aug 08 2014, 12:59

Silicon Valley: Sitcom style, part two

Big Head does a bunk and we learn what happens in an asshole vacuum

Thu Jul 31 2014, 15:24

Silicon Valley, sitcom style

The INQUIRER ventures into the valley of the cringey via HBO's new tech TV series

Mon Jul 21 2014, 15:53

Apple and IBM's partnership is bad news for Google and Microsoft

Opinion iOS is now the biggest player in enterprise mobile

Wed Jul 16 2014, 11:39

Java issues could be the final nail in the coffin for Windows XP users

Analysis Lack of patches will leave users vulnerable, experts warn

Wed Jul 09 2014, 13:29

Voice Memos glitch in iPhone exposes the peril of relying on free apps

Column Lost audio files show the right kit is worth the money

Fri Jul 04 2014, 15:00

Amazon Fire Phone will crash and burn

Analysis Expensive, privacy-invading device is unlikely to set the smartphone market alight

Thu Jun 19 2014, 16:01

The World Cup, its technology and the next three weeks of your life

What to expect when you are spectating

Fri Jun 13 2014, 14:09

Reset the Net: Please keep pressing the button

We should fight them on the blogs

Fri Jun 06 2014, 14:33

How to upgrade your laptop on the cheap

We see if we can get more power out of an entry-level machine

Fri Oct 24 2014, 15:50

Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they can't log your keystrokes

Column Windows 10 privacy scoop has gone on a world tour of missing the point

Fri Oct 10 2014, 16:42

Forget Windows 10, I want to know what happened to Windows 9

Column What foul creature darkened Redmond's development door?

Fri Oct 03 2014, 15:00

What Larry Ellison stepping down means for Oracle

Analysis Time to enjoy his company

Fri Sep 19 2014, 16:53

IDF: Wearables, robots, 3D body scanning tablets and wireless everything

Highlights from this year's Intel Developer Forum

Mon Sep 15 2014, 10:43

Don't let the tech giants kill your gadgets before their time

Skype should still work on 'ancient' Galaxy phone

Fri Aug 29 2014, 15:20

Skyscanner uses big data and NoSQL for flight comparison

Analysis Airline comparison website uses Couchbase

Wed Aug 20 2014, 08:00

Michael J Fox teams with Intel to use big data and wearables in Parkinson's research

Analysis Will track patient data and improve treatment

Thu Aug 14 2014, 13:03

US ruling on overseas cloud data presents challenges

Firms caught between governments' need for data and citizens' privacy

Thu Aug 07 2014, 14:10

Festival tech: Leading the charge

How to keep your gadgets going in the middle of a field

Fri Jul 25 2014, 16:36

The ATOS debacle shows Westminster is clueless about IT

Column Deja vu all over again

Fri Jul 18 2014, 15:07

Glastonbury: How technology has invaded the great wide open

We tested our core kit over the festival weekend

Fri Jul 11 2014, 14:42

RS Components shows off 3D printer line-up

3D Systems' Cube, Cubepro Duo and Cubex Trio on show

Tue Jul 08 2014, 14:12

Wearable technology cannot be trusted

Column A 135 mile trek across the Outer Hebrides showed it isn't ready yet

Fri Jun 27 2014, 14:54

HP Machine: Memristor pioneer explains his discovery

We spoke to HP Labs' creator Stan Williams at the time of the memristor discovery

Tue Jun 17 2014, 14:15

Computex 2014 round-up: Intel Core M, Kingston fabs and electric toilets

The good, the bad and the ugly at Asia’s biggest computer trade show

Mon Jun 09 2014, 09:10
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