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open Microsoft attempts to up its Teams game with new features while locked-down folk flock to rival Zoom... warts and all 112
open DataStax buries Apache hatchet and launches features to make NoSQL Cassandra faster, safer and more graphable 1
open Security-focused microkernel goes in for some seL4-care, becomes a foundation to keep that ecosystem growing 4
open Want to stay under the radar for a decade or more? This Chinese hacking crew did it... by aiming for Linux servers 46
open Google tests hiding Chrome extension icons by default, developers definitely not amused by the change 33
open Four new bugs? You shouldn't have: Microsoft celebrates 45 years with dollop of borkage on Windows Insider Fast Ring 4
By N2
open Just cough into here, please: Cambridge-developed app slurps the sounds of COVID-19 6
open Already in final beta? That's Madagascar: Ubuntu 20.04 'Focal Fossa' gets updated desktop, ZFS support 38
open RHEL pusher Paul Cormier appointed CEO to lead Red Hat into the IBM era 13
open Microsoft 365 Business to gain more Azure Active Directory toys... oh, and it's called Microsoft 365 Business Premium (from 21 April) 6
open Americas' SAP Users' Group chief reckons upgrades to S4/HANA will gather pace despite COVID-19 disruption 1
By AMBxx
open We're number two! Microsoft's Edge browser slips past Firefox in latest set of NetMarketShare figures 58
open COBOL-coding volunteers sought as slammed mainframes slow New Jersey's coronavirus response 244
open Oracle teases prospect of playing nicely with open-source Java in update to WebLogic application server 2
open Biz software pusher IFS goes a bit Minority Report with augmented-reality repair suite 1
open Google changes course, proposes proprietary in-app purchase API as web standard 7
open Boeing 787s must be turned off and on every 51 days to prevent 'misleading data' being shown to pilots 158
By jake
open Soup to nuts? Not quite for SAP asset management as oil drilling firm employs supply-chain add-on to save $6.8m 2
open Huawei signs non-aggression patent pact with membership of Open Invention Network 8
open Slack hooks up with Microsoft Teams and Zoom VoIP calls 8
open Microsoft's PowerToys suite sprouts four new playthings with a final March emission 6
open Half of organisations willing to be led into the first circle of hell, or what Dante might call upgrading an ERP system 17
open Didn't see that coming: DataStax emits open source Kubernetes operator for Cassandra 1
open Microsoft expands AI features in Office, but are they any good? Mixed, according to our vulture 38
open If you've ever wished Visual Studio Code could be more open source, the Eclipse Foundation would like a word 13
open Oracle makes some certifications and cloudy content free, in case you have time on your hands 13
open Microsoft qualifications will pad the CV for another year, Teams for ventilator boffins, and Windows 10 threatened with very retro news app 13
open Adobe PhoneGap falls between the cracks thanks to new Apple requirements, developers fume 12
open Official tailored Swift for Windows support promised in 5.3 11
open 'Social distancing champ' Linus Torvalds releases Linux 5.6, tells devs to put health before next release 23
open Grsecurity maker finally coughs up $300k to foot open-source pioneer Bruce Perens' legal bill in row over GPL 20
open 20 years later, Microsoft's still hammerin' Xamarin: Bunch of improvements on the way for cross-platform coding toolset 22
open That awful moment when what you thought was a number 1 turned out to be a number 2 282
open Microsoft tries getting touchy-feely once again with its Windows Insiders 15
open What happens when the maintainer of a JS library downloaded 26m times a week goes to prison for killing someone with a motorbike? Core-js just found out 106
open Apple: Relax, we're not totally screwing web apps. But yes, third-party cookies are toast 10
open Singapore to open-source national Coronavirus encounter-tracing app and the Bluetooth research behind it 9
open Collabora working on making any DirectX 12 driver able to support open graphics and parallel programming APIs 11
By Def
open Microsoft goes into Windows lockdown for builds from May, citing 'public health situation' (yes, the coronavirus spread) 24
open Where's our software, Langowski? Windows Insider Program gets new leader 4
open SAP opens up certain online courses to locked-down tech learners 9
open Make haste slowly when deploying tools to cope with global coronavirus pandemic 7
By veti
open Techie collective to whip together official WHO-backed COVID-19 app within a week to meet 'urgent, global need' 9
By tip pc
open First impressions count when the world is taken by surprise by an exciting new (macro) virus 61
open Linus Torvalds ponders: Is Linux 5.6 going well because it's bug-free, or thanks to that other bug? 10
By baud
open Microsoft drops a seemingly innocuous Windows Insider build, teases the future 14
open Line-of-business folk will have bigger role in growing robotic process automation revolution 13
open Surge in home working highlights Microsoft licensing issue: If you are not on subscription, working remotely is a premium feature 126
open Watching you, with a Vue to a Kill: Wikimedia developers dismiss React for JavaScript makeover despite complaints 30
By adempus
open Captain Caveman rides to the rescue, solves a prickly PowerPoint problem with a magical solution 155
By rskurat


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