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open Atlassian to offensively price itself through the post-pandemic patch 8
open Faster than reflection: Microsoft previews Source Generators for C# 13
open Sun shines on ServiceNow amid pandemic storm after belated spree of $1m+ deals 3
open Process miner Celonis pushes out application tools to tighten up how they're used in anger 4
By cbars
open Cheshire Police celebrates three-year migration to Oracle Fusion by lobbing out tender for system to replace it... one year later 26
By phogan
open Red Hat’s new CEO on surviving inside Big Blue: 'We don’t participate in IBM's culture. It’s that simple' 44
open India to build contact-tracing app for feature phones that still use 2G, don't have Bluetooth and can't run apps 14
open Talk about physical to virtual translation: Red Hat officially emits OpenShift 4.4, Fedora 32 in online conference 2
open Rust core devs mull adoption of alternative compiler front-end for improved IDE support 4
By DrXym
open Pimp my PostgreSQL: Swarm64 paints go-faster stripes on open-source database challenger 9
By big_D
open Less is more with OpenCL 3.0: Implementing the 2.x spec was tricky – so now everything beyond 1.2 is optional 3
By bazza
open Microsoft decrees that all high-school IT teachers were wrong: Double spaces now flagged as typos in Word 234
open Amazon pushes the button on Keyspaces: Cassandra lookalike to boost its NoSQL credentials 1
By boltar
open Android 11 Developer Preview 3 allows your mobe to become a router via USB Ethernet – if you can get a decent signal 22
open The Adobe Flash Farewell Tour 2020: LibreOffice to axe export support for .SWF in version 7 37
open Forget tabs – the new war is commas versus spaces: Web heads urged by browser devs to embrace modern CSS 164
open Keen to go _ExtInt? LLVM Clang compiler adds support for custom width integers 61
By Dan 55
open Move fast and break stuff, Windows Terminal style: Final update before release will nix your carefully crafted settings 44
By jake
open Cortana, why are you still here? Microsoft makes the long-suffering assistant chattier for more countries with new Windows 10 build 15
open Welcome to life in the Fossa lane: Ubuntu 20.04 let out of cage and Shuttleworth claims Canonical now 'commercially self sustaining' 43
By boldos
open Microsoft 365 invites users to 'Ask Me Anything' – as long as it doesn't require a clued-up exec to deliver clear answers 33
open Web pages a little too style over substance? Behold the Windows 98 CSS file 121
By AndrueC
open AWS rolls out 'Linux 2 Ready' scheme to lure penguins into using its homegrown distro 7
open Vivaldi browser to perform a symphony of ad and tracker blocking with version 3.0 45
open Python 2 bows out after epic transition. And there was much applause because you've all moved to version 3, right? Uh, right? 79
open What's vexing Linux-loving Gophers? A few things: Go devs want generics, easier debugging 17
open SAP decides one head is better than two in a crisis, parts ways with co-CEO Jennifer Morgan 11
By rcxb
open Google pre-pandemic: User-Agent strings are so 1990s. Time for a total makeover. Google mid-pandemic: Ah, we'll reschedule to 2021 28
open Talk to me: The new Windows Insider boss speaks as the gang fixes Fast Ring reliability 4
open In Rust we trust? Yes, but we want better tools and wider usage, say devs 30
open Hana-hana-hana: No it's not your dad trying to start a motorboat... It's Northern Gas, renewing its SAP software 21
open Google calls a halt on Chrome 82, but the version 83 beta has arrived early – so it's coding and bug finding time ahead 8
open Mayday! Mayday! The next Windows 10 update is finally on approach to a PC near you 69
open Pleeease release me: Patch Tuesday has been and gone, but Windows 10 2004 has yet to emerge 7
open Is this an ASP.NET Core I see before me? Where to next for Microsoft's confusing web framework... 32
open Microsoft throws extended support lifeline for folk stuck on car-crash Windows 10 1809 15
open Stack Overflow banishes belligerent blather with bespoke bot – but will it work? 33
open Integrate all the things: OpenText would like to knit together application data from across company boundaries 5
By JudeK
open Started from the bottom, now we're near: 16 years on, open-source vector graphics editor Inkscape draws close to v1.0 45
By Freddie
open Microsoft's Teams clocks 2.7 billion minutes of meetings in a single day as April starts to run out for Windows 10 2004 10
open Google extends e-commerce platform to help people in India find nearby food during lockdown 7
open We lost another good one: Mathematician John Conway loses Game of Life, taken by coronavirus at 82 61
By jake
open You can wipe those smiley faces off: Unicode technical website is going to be out for 'a couple of weeks' 30
open Linux kernel technical advisory board asks if any maintainers need coronavirus relief 16
open Neo4j has this great IDE-a: How about we stuff all our graph workspace, database, algorithms and visualisation wizardry in one place? 8
By ecofeco
open Linux fans thrown a bone in one Windows 10 build while Peppa Pig may fly if another is ready in time for this year 44
By J. Cook
open Stop us if you've heard this before: Boeing's working on 737 Max software fixes for autopilot, stabilization bugs 93
open As Zoom bans spread over privacy concerns, vid-conf biz taps up Stamos as firefighter in totally-not-a-PR-stunt move 37
open We could all do with a bit of empathy in our systems, says Mozilla as it ships Firefox 75 in the thick of global pandemic 13
open Saving your battery as well as your privacy? New Brave for Android claims 5% power reduction 6


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