September 7, 2017

AMD continues its Ryze, takes market share and revenue from Intel

More evidence has emerged of how well AMD’s Ryzen line of processors are chipping away at Intel’s dominance of the CPU market. The new confirmation of […]
June 2, 2017

Acer tops overall commercial desktop category with 26.4% of share: IDC

Research firm IDC ranked Acer as no. 1 PC player in the commercial desktop category. The results are based on IDC’s Quarterly Personal Computing Device Tracker, […]
March 5, 2017

Crystal Palace Football Club uses app to securely share tactical information

IT is helping Crystal Palace football team to prepare for matches… ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News
October 18, 2016

Isle of Man launches IT and education campus to share tech skills

The Isle of Man has opened an IT and Education Campus to teach tech skills to the island’s adults ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News
May 28, 2016

Cyber attacks on at least three Asian banks share malware links

Cyber attacks on banks in Bangladesh, Vietnam and the Philippines used the same malware, which has links to other attacks on banks in the region, reports […]
April 29, 2016

Google’s weirdest tech yet: Screens that you can tear and share

The technology giant files a patent for displays that can be ripped apart to share information. Latest stories for ZDNet related to UK
November 11, 2015

NCA and Cert-UK call on more firms to share cyber-threat data

As statistics suggest 30,000 attacks may have been thwarted by a cyber threat data-sharing scheme, operators NCA and Cert-UK call for more to get involved ComputerWeekly: […]
August 20, 2015

Altnet association calls for share of BDUK clawback cash

Broadband trade association Inca calls for BT’s BDUK broadband claw-back money to be opened up to altnet suppliers ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News
August 20, 2015

China’s smartphone-buying frenzy tailing off, as Samsung’s share wanes across the globe

According to this quarter’s smartphone sales data, Apple has reason to be cheerful. Latest stories for ZDNet related to UK