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The CEO of Mozilla has stepped down following controversy over his donation to an anti-gay bill.
CircuitCo has released the Minnowboard Max, a Raspberry Pi-like single-board computer.
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls has sold over 2.7 million copies in its first week.
Rich Marsden, director of VIP Computers, explains what we can expect from the distributor at this year's PCR Boot Camp conference and expo.
This week’s security news takes a look at the danger of malicious apps, outdated software, mobiles and unprotected POS.
Google-owned 'Internet of Things' vendor Nest has withdrawn its Wi-Fi enabled fire alarm from sale after discovering how it could be accidentally switched off.
GfK's Global Research Director for IT, Dr. Rudi Aunkofer, offers his advice on engaging correctly with your customers.
Plans to give UK shoppers greater consumer protection are not what the channel needs, dealer services group Synaxon has said.
VIP Computers will be offering exclusive incentives to sign up to its VIP Club at PCR Boot Camp in May.
Microsoft has unveiled a range of new products and services at its Build 2014 developer conference.
The UK Government and Microsoft have sealed a deal which will see Windows XP support extended by a year for public sector workers.
Vodafone has unveiled plans to invest £100 million into the UK’s High Street by opening 150 new stores.
TV streaming device Google Chromecast sold one unit every 4.5 seconds in Dixons Retail (Currys/PC World) stores on launch day.