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open Microsoft's Teams goes to bat for the other team with preview on Linux 46
open It may be out of sync with the US govt, but Huawei is rolling out its Harmony OS to more devices in 2020 10
open The Windows Phone keeps ringing but no one's home: Microsoft finally lets platform die 77
open Join us on our new journey, says Wunderlist – as it vanishes down the Microsoft plughole 49
open Kiwi tax probe squeezed $25m out of Microsoft – now it's Oracle's turn 19
open Things Microsoft will be glad to never see again: Windows 10 1809 and Windows Phone Office 26
open Gee, S/4HANA. Just what I always wanted: Customers are wary of what's in SAP's sack 27
open WebAssembly gets nod from W3C and, most likely, an embrace from cryptojackers online 75
open If you want an example of how user concerns do not drive software development, check out this Google-backed API 48
open Windows 10 Insiders: Begone, foul Store version of Notepad! 77
open Microsoft emits long-term support .NET Core 3.1, Visual Studio 16.4 27
open Customers in 'standoff' with SAP over 2025 end of support for Business Suite: Who'll blink first? 33
open Newly born Firefox 71 emerges from its den – with its own VPN and some privacy tricks 110
By Kiwi
open Mayday in Moscow as devs will be Russian to Putin mandatory apps on phones, laptops, TVs 55
open It's Hipp to be square: What happened when SQLite creator met GitHub 43
open I'll give you my Windows 7 installation when you pry it from my cold, dead hands (and other tales) 69
By cd11
open Vote rigging, election fixing, ballot stuffing: Just another day in the life of a Register reader 106
open After four years, Rust-based Redox OS is nearly self-hosting 118
open That's Microsoft price: Now you can enjoy a BSOD from the comfort of your driving seat 58
open We've found it... the last shred of human decency in an IT director – all for a poxy Unix engineer 123
open Open-source Windows Terminal does the splits: There ain't no party like a multi-pane party 29
open Microsoft takes us to 2004 with new Windows 10 so you don't mistake it for Server 2003 70
open Microsoft stocking fillers: Powershell 7, maybe even next year's Windows 10. But forget about Surface Earbuds 9
open Microsoft finds Huawei to get Chinese biz back on its sales ledger: US permits Redmond software supply line 7
By veti
open That code that could never run? Well, guess what. Now Windows thinks it's Batman 189
open WinUI and WinRT: Official modern Windows API now universal thanks to WebAssembly 37
open IBM, Microsoft and Linux Foundation link arms to fight patent trolls with 'multimillion' scheme 41
open Security giants line up behind push to stop stalkerware being used on smartphones 14
By Adelio
open Email! HUH! Yeah. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing... 62
open Oracle and Google will fight in court over Java AGAIN and this time it's going to the Supremes 88
open White Screen of Death: Admins up in arms after experimental Google emission borks Chrome 36
open Like a BAT outta hell, Brave browser hits 1.0 with crypto-coin rewards for your fave websites 71
open Microsoft's first build of Armium Edge now lurks in Canary channel – go have a play if you dare 6
open Fancy renting your developer environment? Visual Studio goes online 29
open Four go wild for wasm: Corporate quartet come together to build safe WebAssembly sandbox 14
open Next year's Windows 10 comes bounding into the Slow Ring, which means 19H2 waits in the wings 26
By lsces
open Without any apparent irony, Google marks Chrome's 'small' role in web ecosystem 76
By jake
open What's that, Skippy? A sad-faced Microsoft engineer has arrived with an axe? Skippy? 19
open Microsoft's phrase of the week was 'tech intensity' and, no, we're not sure what it means either 20
open Google throws new version of Dart at the desktop, will be hoping it sticks with app devs 15
open Python overtakes Java to become second-most popular language on GitHub after JavaScript 14
open Microsoft looks to React Native as a way to tackle the cross-platform development puzzle 19
open Chrome OS: Yo dawg, I heard you like desktops so we put a workspace in your workspace 52
open What is this, 1989? Laplink is still a thing and wants to help with Windows 7 migrations 78
By Kiwi
open NPM today stands for Now Pay Me: JavaScript packaging biz debuts conduit for funding open-source coders 27
open Hey, corporate types. Microsoft would really love to pick your brains about Project Cortex 6
open Bad news, developers: Apple Mac App Store tells cross-platform Electron apps to get lost 49
By ThomH
open PowerPoint! Word! Excel! Lens! By your powers combined, I am Captain Mobile Office 20
open Pencil 15 Jan 2020 in your diary: That's when Microsoft hopes you'll be at the cutting Edge... Chromium style 10
open Revealed: The new icon you'll click to download an alternative browser, and more from Microsoft 23


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