Apple says this is 'definitely not expected behaviour'
Double the cloud, less of the fluff
Brit chip designer wants its chips in data centres and beyond
A feature-packed budget beauty, including two SIM slots and microSD
Public trials will begin at some point in 2019
Talking all things Alexa with the woman who gives her life
Going to the cloud ain't that easy after all
'Scarlett Cloud' will use Microsoft's cloud infrastructure to stream Xbox games
Redmond's cloud-first focus is paying off
Firm says it doesn't support the separation of immigrant parents from their children
We round up the best devices available this year so far
Shift comes as part of Russian firm's 'global transparency initiative'
The 2TB offer is particularly tempting
Firm says decision 'won't dampen its enthusiasm' for future projects in Ireland
But some corporate customers could push back
Firm's profits soared 35 per cent to $7.4bn during the three-month period
But firm admits systems might not be fixed until next week
Simplifies the process of working with real-world data, apparently
A cloud gaming unit will boldly seek out new publisher and developer partners
From VR-proof makeup to a phone that doesn't do phone calls
Google gets the Drop on Microsoft
Chipmaker wants to bring more processing grunt to the edge of networks
But firm's cloud and Xbox divisions are raking in cash
Firm claims buy will help it double-down on hybrid cloud
What could possibly go wrong...
Forced-off GeForce means data centres will have to cough-up for Tesla GPU tech
A solid all-rounder let down by its lacklustre camera
Did someone say 'class action'?
Firm says deal will allow it to develop 'a more advanced cybersecurity architecture'
Sales were up 12 per cent during the past quarter
Kaspersky outlines plan for independent review of its software - but ex-NSA number two says it's not enough
Rick Ledgett says audit won't find anything amiss
We celebrate the life of the first computer programmer
Doug Merritt says there is 'no such thing as a wall-to-wall Oracle customer'
And it's coming to the UK next month
Platform aims to improve performance and security for business-critical workloads
Microsoft blames 'connectivity issues' for widespread borkage
For those of you that don't fancy splurging a grand on a smartphone
It's really a lot more exciting than it sounds
Firm says that number of attacks tripled in the first quarter
But firm still beat expectations with revenues of £19bn
Firm trumps expectations with revenues of £17.9bn
Nabbed details included addresses and credit card info
Will enable GCP customers to store data in the UK capital
But business users are advised to hold out for now
New rules that say that foreign firms should store data in China
Firm also announces that first Azure Stack hardware is now available
Firm is notifying sales and marketing staff of potential redundancies
Head-to-head shows how far we've come in the past 10 years