Microsoft has pulled a U-turn on its reinvention of the PC ditching Windows 8 and creating something that blends the old Windows with the new. By Samuel Gibbs
Security firm McAfee’s latest study finds searches for X Factor judge most likely to lead to malware online. By Stuart Dredge?
Embedded code points to forthcoming Touch ID and Apple Pay functionality as leaks in Asia suggests larger screens for Apple’s tablet range. By Samuel Gibbs
New operating system comes three years after launch of the poorly received Windows 8 and skips 9 altogether
Thom Yorke has released his new album Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes via BitTorrent bundles, but what are they and how do you use them to listen to the album? By Samuel Gibbs
New version of Windows is hoping to bring back users and businesses alienated by Windows 8, and is expected to expand its mobile software. By Samuel Gibbs
Author and critic Nicolette Jones says she’s never seen a picture-book app doing something a book can’t do better. By Stuart Dredge
GNU Project founder: ‘Any program can have a bug. But a proprietary program is likely to have intentional bugs’. By Tom Fox-Brewster
Android phones have had NFC since end of 2010, and Google Wallet was launched in the US in May 2011. But how many are actually using it there? By Charles Arthur
Users of 8.0.1 report problems with network connection and Touch ID, on top of existing wireless and battery bugs
Third-party accessory makers are scrambling to provide protective cases for Apple’s ‘phablet’ after reports of owners accidentally bending them. By Charles Arthur
Sharon needs a couple of PCs for her growing business, and likes the look of all-on-one PCs as they take up less space than traditional systems. Jack Schofield explains the pros and cons.
Security experts have warned that a serious flaw could be about to affect many of the world’s web users. Here’s what you should do. By Tom Fox-Brewster
FTC alleges that Missouri-based company failed to provide machines until they were ‘practically useless’ or else failed to provide items for customers paying thousands of dollars. By Dominic Rushe
Mark Lichtenhein, CIO of the PGA European Tour, opens up about the mammoth technological undertaking involved in organising a large-scale sports event