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open It looks like you want to browse the internet with Chrome. Would you like help? Maybe try Edge? Please? 30
open Bigger than big: Linux kernel colonel Torvalds claims 5.8 is 'one of our biggest releases of all time' 17
open Germany prepares to launch COVID-19 contact-tracing app 'this week' while UK version stuck in development hell 46
open Overload: A one-way ticket to a madman's situation 61
open GitHub to replace master with main across its services 300
open ZFS co-creator boots 'slave' out of OpenZFS codebase, says 'casual use' of term is 'unnecessary reference to a painful experience' 158
open Facebook boffins bake robo-code converter to take the pain out of shifting between C++, Java, Python 33
open Facebook's cool with sharing the President's nonsense on its mega-platform – but don't you dare mention 'unionize' in its Workplace app 26
open In Hancock's half-hour, Dido Harding offers hollow laughs: Cake distracts test-and-trace boss at UK COVID-19 briefing 111
By Cederic
open City of London Corporation explores options to escape Oracle's clutches 14
By Julz
open Are you having a hard time following what Microsoft is trying to do with .NET 5.0? You're not the only one 18
By Rich 2
open 'One rule for me, another for them' is all well and good until it sinks the entire company's ability to receive emails 146
open OOP there it is: You'd think JavaScript's used more by devs than Java... but it's not – JetBrains survey 53
open Microsoft unshackles WSL2 Linux kernel from Windows 10 image for future fettling via Windows Update 44
By Hans 1
open Microsoft's own operating system should finally start working on its own hardware ... 'in the coming weeks' 35
open Scottish cops dangle £6m for help understanding 160TB treasure trove of structured and unstructured data 27
By Danny 2
open MongoDB 4.4 aims to be a dev crowd-pleaser, but analysts say it's still short of 'general-purpose' database territory 7
open Windoze 10: New levels of tedium reached with latest Insider build while 'stable' release still a bit wonky 12
open The FETT seeks to defeat SSITH defenses as US military goes hard on bug bounties and its Star Wars issues 6
open When open source isn't enough: Fancy a de-Googled Chromium? How about some Microsoft-free VS Code? 33
open Developers renew push to get rid of objectionable code terms to make 'the world a tiny bit more welcoming' 235
open 25 years of PHP: The personal web tools that ended up everywhere 65
open UK council dodges £100k hosting bill, opts for £6.5 million ERP migration 12
By DavCrav
open Ooo, a mystery bit of script! Seems legit. Let's see what happens when we run it 73
open Moore's Law is deader than corduroy bell bottoms. But with a bit of smart coding it's not the end of the road 151
open 'Direct from the software vendor': goes window-shopping for standard ERP in £400m spree 7
open Apps get bit animated: Android Studio 4.0 released with new Motion Editor 10
By Def
open Video? That's so not what we care about, says Slack, as it signs video deal with AWS 7
By P. Lee
open Google+ replacement ‘Currents’ to end beta and debut in G Suite on July 6th 40
open Google India says Play store policy, not geopolitics, behind removal of Chinese-app-deleting app 3
open Is a global crisis the right time to invest in some kind of data platform? If the boss isn't making cuts to all things IT, why not? 2
By HildyJ
open No more installing Microsoft's Chromium-centered Edge by hand: Windows 10 will do it for you automatically 65
open Devuan Beowulf 3.0 release continues to resist the Debian fork's Grendel – systemd 73
open Indian app that deleted Chinese apps from Androids deleted from Play Store 38
open Snapping at Canonical's Snap: Linux Mint team says no to Ubuntu store 'backdoor' 99
open Android 11 Beta 1 leaks on to handful of handsets days after official release postponed 7
open Canonical pushes out MicroK8s installer for Mac and Windows, with Multipass VM tech lurking behind the scenes 2
open Microsoft's carefully crafted Surfaces are having trouble with its carefully crafted Windows 10 May 2020 Update 32
open AppGet 'really helped us,' Microsoft says, but offers no apology to dev for killing open-source package manager 11
By oiseau
open After all the excitement of Windows 10 2004, Insider builds go back to square one 8
open Bite me? It's 'byte', and that acronym is Binary Interface Transfer Code Handler 77
By Terry 6
open 80-characters-per-line limits should be terminal, says Linux kernel chief Linus Torvalds 159
By Ogi
open High-level musical chairs continue at SAP as yet another senior exec departs 2
open Visual Studio Code finally arrives on ARM64 Windows. No, you haven't woken up in 2017, sadly. It's still 2020 15
open This'll make you feel old: Uni compsci favourite Pascal hits the big five-oh this year 113
open Software bug in Bombardier airliner made planes turn the wrong way 104
By Burnsie
open Linux-loving Windows 10 May 2020 Update squeaks in with days to spare before June 15
By Chewi
open Laughing UK health secretary launches COVID-19 Test and Trace programme with glitchy website and no phone app 101
By eionmac
open Embrace and kill? AppGet dev claims Microsoft reeled him in with talk of help and a job – then released remarkably similar package manager 59
By druck
open In Rust, we lust: Security-focused super-C++ language still most loved among Stack Overflow denizens 32


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