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A humble open source software project from Finland has thrived for 25 years despite decades of competition from rival proprietary…
Death of a tech titan. Silicon Valley mourns after the passing of Andy Grove, Intel mastermind
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IBM's Simon, the first mobile phone with a touchscreen PDA will be seen at London's Science Museum, 20 years after…
Microsoft ends support for Windows XP more than 12 years after its launch despite 25 percent of enterprises still running…
Alan Turing Institute to put Briish companies at the head of Big Data research, Osborne promises in surprise Budget announcement
Bletchley Park Trust has been accused of freezing out the National Museum of Computing by excluding it from tours
The Apple Mac celebrates its 30th birthday, but do you remember them all?
A trip to the office of the past tells a somewhat different story
Apple to declare first generation iPhone obsolete from 11 June, but awards it 'vintage' status in California
Kraftwerk-style music album raises money for Bletchley Park computing museums
The first mobile phone call was made on 3 April 1973 by a Motorola engineer
They've identified Richard III from his DNA. Could they do the same to you, asks Andy Green of Varonis
It's been 20 years since SMS changed the way we communicate, but are there signs of decline?
The Harwell Dekatron (WITCH) goes on display after three year restoration project
Could there have been a steam-powered computer age?