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open Ask, Allow or Block is like Vivaldi browser's version of Snog Marry Avoid for popups in 2.9 15
By joeW
open 'No more room for wars in the new world'? Who are you and what have you done with Microsoft? 22
open GraphQL a cut above the REST, say query lang's fans: Airbnb, Knotel, others embrace the tech 9
open Just take a look at the carnage on Notepad++'s GitHub: 'Free Uyghur' release sparks spam tsunami by pro-Chinese 106
open You'e yping i wong: macOS Catalina stops Twitter desktop app from accepting B, L, M, R, and T in passwords 79
open GitLab pulls U-turn on plan to crank up usage telemetry after both staff and customers cry foul 23
open Trello starts waving AI around as collab outfit hits 50 million registrations 9
By J. Cook
open Linux kernel is getting more reliable, says Linus Torvalds. Plus: What do you need to do to be him? 38
open Microsoft welcomes ancient Project app to the 365 family, meaning bleak future for on-prem 48
By baud
open Microsoft explains self-serve Power platform's bypassing of Office 365 admins to cries of 'are you completely insane?' 115
open Annoyed by too many kernel testing projects? Good news. Linux Foundation anoints chosen one – KernelCI 6
By MyffyW
open Engineer grumbles and user gripes do little to slow down Nadella's trillion-dollar Microsoft 18
open Oracle's cloud to net sweet customers as NetSuite sinks ever deeper into the fold 2
open I'm not Boeing anywhere near that: Coder whizz heads off jumbo-sized maintenance snafu 238
open Google's Chrome Web Store under fire for shoddy service and cryptic policies 10
open Optional (un)chained melodies for those who like their TypeScript to be more assertive in 3.7 6
open Aviation's been Boeing through a rough patch: Software tweaks blamed for Airbus A220 failures 52
open Windows 10 update slips past Aussie border force and borks access to its Integrated Cargo System 43
open Daaa-aaad. She took my coding robot. No, I had it first 9
By Tyr
open Mysterious botched code upgrade breaks voicemail for unlucky AT&T punters for weeks 6
open Heads up, private penguins: Tails 4.0 is out. Security-conscious Linux gets updated apps, speed boost 5
open Windows Terminal 1910 preview is quite literally a more rounded affair 12
open Microsoft emits another peep at PowerShell 7 with new toys and the return of an old friend 8
open Not LibreOffice too? Beloved open-source suite latest to fall victim to the curse of Catalina 194
By P. Lee
open Put on your tech specs: Amazon Web Services has joined the Java Community Process 3
open Nothing's certain except death and patches – so that 'final' Windows 10 19H2 build isn't really 28
open Hell hath GNOME fury: Linux desktop org swings ax at patent troll's infringement claim 95
open Power to the users? Admins be warned: Microsoft set to introduce 'self-service purchase' in Office 365 69
By rayx
open New Teams goodies: Shared calendars? No. Private channels? No. Hold please ♩ ♪ ♫ ♪ ♫ 4
open Traffic lights worldwide set to change after Swedish engineer saw red over getting a ticket 360
By Kiwi
open Like Visual Studio Code and your data lives in SQL Server? Microsoft has something for you 6
open This fall, Ubuntu 19.10 stars as Eoan Ermine in... Dawn of the Stoats 35
open OAMigod! Microsoft has a cloud app spec for you – and hopes Rudr can't fail 4
open Tinfoil-hat search engine DuckDuckGo gifts more options, dark theme and other toys for the 0.43% 138
open Microsoft says .NET Framework porting project is finished: If your API's not on the list, it's not getting in 28
open Is AWS sponsoring Rust? Only a bit – and so is Microsoft Azure 10
By boltar
open Dodging derailment by SUSE, OpenStack Train is scheduled to arrive this week 1
open Google unplugs AMP, hooks it into OpenJS Foundation after critics turn up the volume 20
open Visual Studio Code gets more touch-feely, new Windows Server builds arrive for brave admins 8
open Remember, remember, it's now called November: Windows 10 19H2 update has a name 27
open Microsoft Teams: The good, the bad, and the ugly 79
open Lies, damn lies, and KPIs: Let's not fix the formula until we have someone else to blame 173
open We, Wall, we, Wall, Raku: Perl creator blesses new name for version 6 of text-wrangling lingo 46
open How bad is Catalina? It's almost Apple Maps bad: MacOS 10.15 pushes Cupertino's low bar for code quality lower still 163
By Barnet
open SAP's CEO Bill McDermott quits: Will hand over to co-captains for Next Generation reboot 5
open Kiss my ASCII, Microsoft – we've got one million fewer daily active users than you, boasts Slack 74
open Creators Update meets its maker: It's 1903 or bust for those clinging to Windows 10 1703 49
By TheProf
open Father of Unix Ken Thompson checkmated: Old eight-char password is finally cracked 274
open You rang? Windows 10 gets ever cosier with Android, unleashes Calls on Insiders 31
open MacOS wakes to a bright Catalina sunrise – and broken Adobe apps 77



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