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Micron has announced it's ramping up production of DDR4 memory to support the upcoming Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 Haswell-EP chips.
Lenovo's deal to buy IBM's server business has hit a snag in that the US's most secret computers run on IBM hardware.
BT wants to standardise around Microsoft's Windows platform, dipping its toes into Windows Phone 8.1.
A £27 million computer system which was supposed to improve the service patients receive from the NHS 24 helpline has been delayed indefinitely.
Intel is rallying industry and customers around its 100G CLR4 technology, which it wants to be a key part of the data center boom.
The Internet of Things will shake up manufacturers who will have to scrap their current business models if they want to profit, according to analyst company Gartner.
Public Sector Organisations are not ready for wearable computers to enter the workplace according to research from network company Ipswitch.
Google security experts say the world's largest news organizations are being targeted by state-sponsored hackers.
Samsung lawyers have changed their strategy in the war against Apple and are now claiming that the disputed patents are not worth anything.
The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has begun working on advanced big data solutions.
Six flaws plugged in its Internetwork Operating System software that could theoretically be exploited by hackers to launch cyber attacks on its customers.
Computing giants Amazon and Microsoft have followed the lead of rival Google by slashing the prices of its cloud services by as much as 65 per cent.
BT has confirmed that EE will replace Vodafone as its virtual mobile network provider as the pressure for 4G picks up.
An advertising campaign by Microsoft which attacked the privacy of Gmail has been given the thumbs up by the UK advertising watchdog.
Ohio State University researchers have come up with a new technology that uses diamond wires to support information flow in computers.
Starting from 2015 a change to tax laws would push the price of apps, music and other downloads and "e-services" higher.
HP has boosted its line-up of Windows 8.1 all-in-one desktops and notebooks built for the 'small and medium-sized' business market.
Symantec has fired Chief Executive Steve Bennett as the company faces slumping revenue and a brain drain of top executives.
Lenovo buys mobile patents from Unwired Planet for $100 million as it starts to push into the mobile world with its planned Motorola purchase.
George Osborne's 2014 budget contained the news that the government was creating a big data research institute named after computer science pioneer Alan Turing.