Spending on consumer technology is expected to decline to $685 billion

Worldwide IT spending will shrink 1.3 per cent this year to $3.66 trillion as the strength of the US dollar more than wipes out a rise in underlying d(...)

Check it out: Daimler’s F 015 driverless-car concept revealed at last month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

They are often cast as the dinosaurs, outdated companies left behind by the great disruption playing out across the worldwide motor industry.But estab(...)

The first generation of disruptive devices are normally the playthings of the well-heeled.

A wealth of tech gadgetry will be unwrapped this week, much of it destined for a bottom drawer alongside chunky old Nokias and Wii remotes. Wearable t(...)

Job fair at Donghua University in Shanghai: China has a roaring domestic market in technology.  Photograph: Reuters/Carlos Barria

In the year-end predictions game most technology forecasts tend to be either blue-sky or boring, flights of imagination or a firm grasp of the obvious(...)

Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Inc. The tech giant is moving from exclusively hardware  to include cloud products.  Photograph: Damon Winter/The New York Times

Dell’s decision to go private has led to its new position as the world’s fastest-growing integrated technology company, according to CEO and founder M(...)

England is looking to emulate the feats of Israel, which, following a review of computing in its schools around the turn of the century, developed one of the world’s most rigorous computer-science curricula for high schoolers.

At the start of the fall semester last month, England’s state-run schools began introducing its youngest students to a concept that would confuse most(...)

Some EU countries may require that citizen and business data remain within their borders.  Photograph: Getty Images

Who can get at your data? As companies gradually embrace various aspects of cloud computing, using software, services, and hardware located somewhere(...)

A screenshot of the newly unveiled Microsoft Windows 10 is seen during a preview event in San Francisco. The familiar Start menu is back, with some improvements, including a space you can personalize with your favorite apps, programs, people, and websites.

Microsoft announced its ‘Windows 10’ operating system on Tuesday to replace the largely unpopular Windows 8, skipping a number to mark a leap toward u(...)

IBM has announced new partnership with China’s Inspur following politically fuelled rivalry. Photograph: Reuters

IBM has announced a new partnership with China’s Inspur Group following the latter’s recent “IBM to Inspur” marketing strategy designed to lure its (...)

Britebill chief executive Alan Coleman: majority of new jobs would be in Ireland

Irish software firm Britebill is set to double its workforce to 60 by the end of the year in the wake of a number of major contract wins. The company(...)