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Week of big launches to begin with Apple’s iPad Mini

Author: Graeme Burton Source: Computing | 22 Oct 2012 Categories: Portable | Hardware | Client | Tablets Tags: Tablet | Portable | Apple | Microsoft | Microsoft surface | Ipad | Google | Android A slew of new products from Microsoft, Apple and Google is to be launched this week as the battle between… Read More »

Acer delays Windows tablets in response to Microsoft Surface launch

Acer, one of the big-five PC vendors, has put back the launch of its own Windows RT tablets following the launch of the Microsoft Surface and the mixed reviews that it has received. The company is unlikely to release a similar product before April 2013, as a result, while it assesses the state of the market and decides whether to ... Read More »

Spend less on big data collection and more on effective interpretation, says Autonomy

Businesses need to stop “pouring money” into big data storage hardware and software acquisitions, and spend resources on insight and interpretation, Autonomy has warned at today’s Computing Big Data Summit. In a reimagining of ROI that Autonomy calls “returns on information”, senior lead in EMEA marketing Richard Brierton explained that business finds itself “increasingly in this 24/7, 365 environment where ... Read More »

Data centres: How to manage your storage in a fast-moving tech landscape

Research: the autonomous data centre is far from dead Read More »

Microsoft Build 2013: Future of devices lies in an “outpouring” of post-Surface ‘two in one’ touch notebooks, says Ballmer

Microsoft will be focusing its software efforts on an “outpouring” of more powerful touch screen devices, as it works on “getting the ecosystem to comply with a product line of touch PCs”, company CEO Steve Ballmer said today. While the official reveal of Windows 8.1 took centre stage at the main keynote of Microsoft’s Build 2013 conference today, Ballmer used ... Read More »

Microsoft suffers $900m writedown on Surface RT as Q2 results disappoint

Microsoft’s quarterly results have delivered a $900m (£591m) inventory writedown on its Surface RT tablet hardware stock, and only an 11 per cent company revenue growth. Compared to Q2 in 2012, this is a reduction of five per cent in revenues. The $77.8bn total that Microsoft brought in missed the mark, coming in a full $1bn behind what analysts were ... Read More »

Ubuntu starts $32m crowdsource on Indiegogo to fund its Edge smartphone

Jolla Sailfish OS to be ported to new Fairphone Read More »

Google updates SSL certificates to 2048-bit encryption

Our top IT stories this week: Hadoop at Harte Hanks, ‘poisonous’ Pharmacy2U fined, and HBOS security flaw Read More »

VDI is not primarily about saving money, says VMware exec

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) has not saved end users a vast amount of money to date, and saving costs is not the main reason that organisations opt for VDI, according to VMware’s head of public services strategy, Andy Tait. Speaking to Computing at VMworld Europe 2013 in Barcelona, Tait explained that up until now, public sector customers of VMware – ... Read More »

Computing’s Christmas Tablet Roundup 2013

Tesco Hudl tablet – Review Read More »

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