Symantec says the forthcoming Windows 8 release of its Norton security software will actually speed up Microsoft's new OS.
In Depth The next-generation MacBook Pros have Retina displays, Ivy Bridge Intel Core processors and much, much more.
Despite its continued efforts in the consumer market, Dell is still a box-shifter at heart and has refreshed its entire line of Latitude laptops.
In Depth Our quick guide to Google's reboot of it's not-that-popular operating system, now with added desktop.
Google's executive chairman has moved to diffuse the escalating speculation surrounding the EU's potential investigation into anti-competitive practices at the company.
AMD has announced its second-generation A-Series processor, which you'll see in notebooks as AMD Vision A4, A6, A8 and A10.
A highly portable, Intel-powered laptop - isn't that an Ultrabook? Well not in the case of the Pavilion m6.
This is HP's new Ultrabook for business – a "no compromise" business laptop according to the company.
Updated HP has announced a new batch of Ultrabooks including the Spectre XT, Envy Ultrabook and Envy Sleekbook.
In addition to the earlier-covered HP Envy Spectre XT Ultrabook, HP has also re-jigged its mainstream notebook range.
HP reckons the corporation has a "remarkable opportunity" due to low PC take-up in developing markets.
Early View Samsung's new flagship handset is here - the Samsung Galaxy S3. Time then, that we stack it up against its key rivals - the iPhone 4S and HTC One X.
Early View Now the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been unveiled, let's see how it gets on in a straight spec war against its year-old sibling, the Samsung Galaxy S2.
In Depth The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been unveiled, so it's high time we gave you a run down on all the features of the new handset. Look no further - we've full details here.
Competition The My Book Live Duo is one of the best PC or Mac backup drives around – and you could win one of the £300 dual-drive devices thanks to Western Digital.
Consumer electronics is disrupting healthcare. That's the conclusion of John Eaglesham, of the Advanced Digital Institute, speaking at this week's Future World Symposium at Wembley Stadium.
Will TVs continue to be a lean-back, single panel experience, Simon Parnall, technology vice-president for NDS, doesn't think so.
Relevant content will pop up where – and when – you want it in the home of the future. That's according to Broadcom's software director James Chapman.
Gestures and voice control aren't things we'll be seeing on our TVs. That's according to Gartner principal analyst Paul O'Donovan.
Adobe has formally announced its long-awaited next-gen suite of creative applications, all under the now well-known moniker of Creative Suite 6, or CS6.
All the key reviews from Adobe's latest design, video and web offering including Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Flash, After Effects, Premiere Pro and Flash Pro.