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open Won't somebody think of the Oracle execs? No pay rises, bonuses, equity awards for top brass until 2022 at earliest 3
open Halloween approaches and the veil between worlds wears thin – the Windows 10 October 2020 Release walks among us 10
By Tim99
open We don't need maintenance this often, surely? Pull it. Oh dear, the system's down 80
open Tencent in talks for 'longterm solution' to WeChat mess as injunction keeps the app alive 11
By DS999
open Your anti-phishing test emails may be too easy to spot. NIST has a training tool for that 20
open Thunderbird implements PGP crypto feature requested 21 years ago 58
open Flashy tabs and no Flash: Apple rolls out Safari 14 to macOS Catalina, Mojave users 2
open Need to track IT kit? Business continuity? Legal? ServiceNow has a package of satellite apps for you... now 7
By GinBear
open Apple takes another swing at Epic, says Unreal Engine could be a 'trojan horse' threatening security 114
open Surprise! Apple launches iOS 14 today, and developers were given just 24 hours' notice 45
By Tim99
open You won't need .NET Standard... except when you do need it: Microsoft sets out latest in ever-changing story 28
open 0ops. 1,OOO-plus parking fine refunds ordered after drivers typed 'O' instead of '0' 190
open 'Work is an activity not a place' got tired on LinkedIn about three months ago, but Citrix just based its new logo on the idea 19
open At the very last Moment.js: Time-and-date JavaScript library fetched 12 million times a week ends development 15
open Oracle's Java 15 rides into town, waving the 'we're number one' flag, demands 25th birthday party 41
open Peek-a-boo! Windows Insiders play hide and seek with a Friday night update 6
By Numen
open Feeling saucy? Microsoft would like you to use .NET 5.0 'go live' release in production to track down 'critical bugs' 7
open As if you needed another reason not to use Visual Studio, C++ extension for Visual Studio Code is live 19
open Mark Shuttleworth to revive Ubuntu Community Council after body shrinks to single member – Mark Shuttleworth 23
By dajames
open Infor pays UK construction retailer Travis Perkins £4.2m settlement following cancelled upgrade of 'Sellotape and elastic bands' ERP system 28
open ByteDance rebuffs Microsoft's TikTok purchase proposal 33
open Climb every mountain, wsl --mount every Linux disk in latest Windows Preview 18
open QR-code based contact-tracing app brings 'defining moment' for UK’s 'world beating' test and trace system 72
open IBM repays millions to staff after messing up its own payroll 20
open India makes buying a used cow easier than buying a used car 19
open Go Huawei, Android: Chinese telco biz claims it will spread Harmony OS for smartphone to devs come December 51
open DPL: Debian project has plenty of money but not enough developers 59
open Accenture dares to enter site of US Air Force mega ERP-project disaster 9
open Microsoft's Fluid Framework is now open source on GitHub 2
open Customers defecting to Oracle? Not according to our research, says SAP chief number cruncher 6
By big_D
open IBM joins Accenture in the 'no competition' UK govt club: Fights off no one for £25m contract extension from DWP 1
open Adobe Illustrator's open source rival Inkscape delivers v1.0.1 - with experimental Scribus PDF export 44
open Android 11 lands with plenty more privacy preferences for Pixels and special Google friends first 18
open Google Chrome calculates your autoplay settings so you don't have to - others disagree 32
By MrRtd
open Paragon 'optimistic' that its NTFS driver will be accepted into the Linux Kernel 97
open Power platform envy? Google wants to 'empower non-technical employees' with new Business Apps category 12
By starter
open Vivaldi offers users a 'break' from browsing. No, don't switch to Chrome... don't sw.. 21
open Australia starts second fight with Google, this time over whether app stores leak data, gouge devs, steal ideas and warp markets 19
open No, Kubernetes doesn’t make applications portable, say analysts. Good luck avoiding lock-in, too 16
open China blocks access to website hosting code-for-kids tool Scratch and its forums 22
open Classy move: C++ 20 wins final approval in ISO technical ballot, formal publication expected by end of year 179
open One button to mute them all: PowerToys brings forth kill button for the conferencing generation 5
open UK Home Office seeks suppliers: £25m up for grabs to build database to keep track of crimelords' ill-gotten gains 29
open There can be only one: Visual Studio Codespaces 'consolidating' into GitHub Codespaces 9
open Amiga Fast File System makes minor comeback in new Linux kernel 41
open Microsoft: We're getting rid of Flash by the end of the year - except you can still use it 29
By Lee D
open Hidden Linux kernel security fixes spotted before release – by using developer chatter as a side channel 56
open Here's a sprite idea: PC pokers push pixels to LED displays with Microsoft's new platform for non-verbal comms 19
By Def
open Brexit border-line issues: Would you want to still be 'testing' software designed to stop Kent becoming a massive lorry park come 31 December? 296
open Mate, it's the '90s. You don't need to be reachable every minute of every hour. Your operating system can't cope 176
By Terry 6



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