Veep flings darts at VMware, Windows Server, et al
Electrons misbehave at higher energies
60 million sales the target with innovation to trump sinister reputation
'American style' session with madam president
Peer-to-peer file sharing for backup and collaboration … honestly
And would it kill you to use something a little less OBVIOUS...
First LookSamsung's new flagship does a lot very well and tries hard at everything
Front page of internet maybe not where you read the news
Tabloid-broadsheet joins digital world circa 2003
Brave numerical spinning by EE, but is it enough?
Crumbs, someone needs a fat lunch
German's spectre no longer haunting sales staff?
The basic network storage box that transforms into extra space for slates and smartphones
Infosec 2013Smash it with a hammer now, it's the only way to be sure
We're in the driving seat and the only way is down
PicsGigahertz-class pocket-sized ARM Ubuntu rig, anyone?
Can the telecoms kit maker make it big in biz IT?
Burns through its gas supply, making Milky Way look slooow
Huawei and Googorola still holding out on licensing deals
Bags 'significant' backhaul contract wins with rivals
But hey, don't forget the free iPhone 4 case, right?
It's all coming together
Though curiously Macs are down as fondleslabs surge
Everything's just super in Blighty, though
Prosecution chief will quit after finishing web abuse playbook
Grip that 7-incher and get it pumping out stuff
Luvvies and White Space tools can't even touch unloved bottom
Hat-trick hiccup bloke declines offer to join Premier League
'Good, clean' wireless for babycino-chugging cherubs
Choc Factory said to have nabbed machine-learning social network
Hey, where's our cut, grumbles UK channel
Skunkworks lab for the industrial internet
'Extrêmement brutale et unilatérale' rages minister
WWDCCupertino sets conference date for 10 June - tickets on sale tomorrow
PicJet (Propulsion) Set Willy
A Raring Ringtail riding a Grizzly smoking a Havana
$1.5bn cash offer seals the deal
Infosec 2013If I don't know what you're doing, I'll kill you
AnalysisA tale of two charts
Redmond promises 'a real taste of the future'
'Cloud, Big Data, er, I'm incredibly energised'
Data center switches, service provider routers start to pick up
Credit card blockade begins to crack
Longest handover in channel history as successor sought
Small team aims to clone Google-stack for enterprises
Musical boardroom chairs – possibly related to x86 server and other spinoffs
Says Adobe 'eroded developers' trust'
Declining drive prices ate into income
Swings to a loss in Q1 as R&D, sales, and marketing costs rise
Gets hybrid flash/disk array startup
They'll be no refarming round here
Geo-redundancy for the trendy Ruby cloud
Apple boss chin-wag will cost $100,000+