Firm pushes medical imaging supercomputer - based on a ton of its GPUs, of course
What could possibly go wrong....
We guess Cupertino's walled garden has a backdoor
But firm's cloud and Xbox divisions are raking in cash
Jim Killock says it could open up patient data for 'surveillance purposes'
What could possibly go wrong...
Court claims firm is 'indisputably' a telecoms operator and must comply with local laws
Microsoft blames 'connectivity issues' for widespread borkage
Will enable GCP customers to store data in the UK capital
Firm also announces that first Azure Stack hardware is now available
Firm joins 500 other organisations in HPE-led cloud initiative
Firm is notifying sales and marketing staff of potential redundancies
Microsoft says it's 'investigating' the issue
Don't let them get discontinued
Store all your stuff on Google Drive and you're done
Yet another blow to Intel's data centre dominance
Microsoft confirms 'authentication error' problem has been fixed
Joanna Smith, CIO at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, discusses her cloud selection process, and which cloud vendors best suit which purpose
Business intelligence firm touts power of cloud-based data
DoNotPay will help those caught up in the current political quagmire
Server chip will start shipping in the second quarter
Technology officer says users of cloud email service 'naturally' end up using Azure
Firm also brings HDInight and Power BI tools to US government customers
Firm promises a 35 per cent reduction for retail users
Founder Nick Ogden hopes to leave 'ageing technology' behind
But the EC shames the UK's broadband pricing and lacking RFID usage
If it Quarks like a duck....
Will enable firms to quickly implement the NCSC's cloud security principles
Mega-outage strikes websites, apps and, er, connected ovens
Tech officer says shift requires 'fundamental change' in security focus
Firm to aid against the increasing threat of 'baseless lawsuits by aggressive companies'
New tools includes custom speech-recognition tech and content moderator
More cloudy goodness for UK firms
Security? We've heard of it, says security software company
Telecoms outfit wants to become a software as a service company instead
Government report claims driverless vehicles will cut delays by 40 per cent
Turning it off also allowed
BBC gives AWS boss his easiest interview ever
But MPS refuses to be drawn on whether Windows XP migration has begun
If you want to move petabytes of data around, throw your disk arrays in the back of a Ford Transit
Big blue to treble the size of its UK data centre footprint
ThoughtWorks' bi-annual Technology Radar highlights emerging trends in augmented reality and changing structure of software teams
Leading technologists issue trends report alongside visualisation tool for companies to develop their own tech strategies
Mike Mason, technology activist and adviser to the CTO at ThoughtWorks, discusses DevOps, Agile and open source
Over half of the content is perfectly legal
Will be covered in escort cards in no time
Gosling talks about the Liquid Robotics Wave Glider project and why he's on the 'lunatic fringe'