Gay and proud: Tim Cook

Apple CEO comes out publicly in effort to inspire others

iPhone 6 running iOS 8 camera iMessage and Maps

Apple fuelled by Q4 Mac and iPhone frenzy

But tablet sales drop in the double digits year on year

Apple iPad Mini 3 with Touch ID sensor

Hello 'gorgeous'. Apple unveils latest iPad.

Updated Apple device gets Tim Cook excited

Frozen Earth

On ice: Apple and Facebook to pay for female staff to freeze eggs

Two firms hoping to retain more female talent, according to reports


BroadSoft tunes up UC platform

Vendor revs UC-One platform with new capabilities for individuals and groups

Horses running

Act now for WYOD onslaught, VARs told

Ipswitch highlights the security issues surrounding wearable tech in the workplace


Apple to launch new iPad 16 October, not a rock band in sight - report

Reports say that Apple is hosting a low-key event to launch its new iPad and iMac updates


Smartphone Shipments to reach 1.2 Billion in 2014

Emerging-market smartphone uptake means pressure for Apple and Samsung

Sony Smartwatch 3 SW3 launches at IFA - hands-on

Smart Wearables Market to Top $50bn In Five Years

Juniper Research survey finds market for watches and other wearables will treble in next two years

Tim Cook Apple CEO talks at Climate Week New York September 2014

Apple Makes a Play For Innovation Crown

As diehard Fanbois start to camp outside stores across the globe, has Apple got its mojo back?


What you give is what you get: Symantec partner program post-split

Firm's impending split may leave some partners better off, but what about the others?


Time to step up: vendors missing the mark on IoT

A new study by AVG Technologies finds that SMBs and MSPs see tremendous potential in the Internet of Things as a driver of business growth – provided IT vendors and solution providers step up their game


Vendor Q&A Series: Wael Aggan, CloudMask

The latest vendor executive to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Wael Aggan, CEO of CloudMask


Microsoft getting healthy, thanks to consumers

Is it time to take the software giant off the watch list of tech companies in distress, at least on the consumer side, asks Larry Walsh