Today, HP is a very different company to the firm it was in the past – and the odds of a turnaround don’t seem particularly promising.
The iPhone 5 was launched yesterday, along with iOS 6, and one new feature is Passbook. But does it have a hidden price to pay?
IDF is now underway, and Intel must make some big noises, lest the world of PCs be entirely eclipsed by the iPhone 5 launch.
The shuffle is an evasion tactic which MS has just used with the EU. It’s the business equivalent of the “dog ate my homework” excuse.
In the brave new world of digital distribution, publishers don’t have any idea how to monetise eBook sales reasonably.
Just follow the smudgy black trail to the money, because it’s all about the ink, not the hardware, when it comes to printers.
Voicemail is apparently dying at the hands of texting. If voicemail is like a game of “tag,” I’d much rather play “hide and seek.”
There are whispers about potential iPhone 5 stock shortages, but have they been staged by Apple as part of a grand marketing ploy?
Three cheers for Microsoft’s next operating system – hip, hip, hooray! Or alternatively, let’s not get too carried away, shall we?
Apple appears to have won a storming legal victory over Samsung, but will the trial have unforeseen psychological effects on consumers?
What’s the reasoning behind Microsoft’s dull new logo? It has been crafted with storefronts in mind, not software boxes.
The netbook’s lineage can be traced back to the 1980s, but now it’s a rapidly disappearing phenomenon usurped by Intel’s ultrabook.
Microsoft is going to push out three million Surface tablets, but is there really any evidence they’re likely to sell?
Microsoft has dropped the name “Metro” from the upcoming Windows 8, but what should be the new term to describe the UI?
Facebook’s CEO needs to watch his back, as he appears to be the target of a smear campaign led by shady types who want to oust him.
Even if Windows 8 bombs like the ill-fated Vista, that still wouldn’t mean the end of the road for the software giant. Far from it...
Adobe’s Creative Cloud, which switches to a subscription mechanism, is a better option than riding the Adobe rollercoaster…
It seems that Samsung has much bigger problems than Apple’s accusations of copyright infringement and icon cloning to worry about.
The search engine’s hunt for copyright infringers via a new algorithm – is it even possible? Or just bluster on the part of Google?
The introduction of Google Now with Jelly Bean perhaps seems practical at first glance, but will it become overly intrusive in time?
A new cyber-weapon called Gauss has been unleashed, but it’s unlikely that those who released it know what they're doing.
Facebook has just launched its first real-money gambling app, but the question is how swiftly will the social network up the ante?
The moral of the story is, don’t trust your entire “digital life” to the cloud – that wispy realm isn’t a replacement for backups…
Speculation points to Apple releasing a new iPhone in September. It’s a launch the company must nail if it wants to remain a leader.
Although it isn’t just world leaders who are at fault. Let’s not forget the celebrities who’ve never been near their Twitter account.