James Morris explains how to make your computing time on the road as productive as possible
Reports of chargers overheating and melting.
With a stunning 13in full HD touchscreen, is this ultra-light 1kg machine a potential best friend for business users?
More than a third of small companies have policies to secure BYOD in the workplace.
Over £750,000 of equipment lost or stolen from BBC staff.
Google unveils high-end addition to Chromebook range.
Firm offers 12-month subscription to McAfee Anti-Theft software.
Chip maker uses consumer electronics summit to show off new energy efficient technologies and laptops.
End of October slated for availability of Windows 8-based devices
Campaign group hits out at EPEAT for including "ultra-thin" notebooks on its list of green approved technologies.
Analyst house GBI Research claims fall in component prices should bolster long-term appeal of lighter laptops.
Market watcher claims Ultrabooks will become the device of choice for corporate users over the next "three-to-four" years.
Inside the Enterprise: A leading analyst firm says Windows 8 is a "gamble". But how much does Microsoft's bet matter to businesses?
A sneak peek at the 14in Ultrabook, which will feature a lightweight carbon chassis, Intel vPro support and HD+ display.
With all Google's weight behind them, and companies keen to use the cloud, Chromebooks should be selling better than they are, argues Mike Jennings.
The 13in Ultrabook packs lots of native connectivity such as HDMI and Ethernet ports into the 1.6kg chassis. The T13 also has a solid keyboard and touts a nine hour battery life.
Inside the enterprise: This time, HP will merge its PC and printing divisions. Has the world's largest technology company found the right strategy this time?
Inside the Enterprise: The tiny, educational computer could be the best thing to happen to technology for years – even if it will be a while before businesses see the benefits.
Shipments have been pushed back once again, according to an FT report.
Ultrabooks may be hogging the limelight for now, but Dell’s new Vostro 131 is a solid business ultraportable that costs considerably less. Julian Prokaza assesses its suitability for life on the move.
Oxford University teaches robots to keep secrets
BYOD hailed as answer to enterprise Windows XP upgrade woes
Google Glass: Is the world ready?
Steve Ballmer would "re-do" last decade at Microsoft
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