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open WeWon'tWork: CEO Adam Neumann enters Low Earth Orbit to declare, I'm outta here 15
By c1ue
open EU court rules Right To Be Forgotten doesn't apply outside member states 53
open UK Supreme Court unprorogues Parliament 762
open Don't take Uxbridge, but TfL's given Uber a mini-licence for London 15
By TRT
open It's ace that UK.gov 'in 2030 will be joined up, trusted and responsive' – but what about now? 24
open Class-action lawsuit claims DXC 'selectively timed' job cuts to inflate short-term profit target 35
open In the bag: Serco 'delighted' to grab £450m ferry and freight deal between Scotland and Northern Isles 35
open Google engineering boss sues web giant over sex discrim: I was paid less than men, snubbed for promotion 43
open UK taxman wins tribunal case against BBC presenters 54
By Velv
open UK launches online VAT inquiry following fears of Brexit fraudster surge 34
open Ebuygumm doesn't break t' Nominet rules, eBay and Gumtree told 52
open Scott McNealy gets touchy feely with Trump: Sun cofounder hosts hush-hush reelection fundraiser for President 65
open Apple tells European Commission it's nutty for slapping €13bn tax bill on Irish subsidiary 118
By Roland6
open Google age discrimination case: Supervisor called me 'grandpa', engineer claims 80
By I3N
open First they came for 'face' and I did not speak out because I... have no face? Then they came for 'book' 66
open Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Google told: If you could cough up a decade of your internal emails, that'd be great 55
open UK Home Office primes Brexit spam cannon for a million texts reminding folk to check passports 152
open Has outsourcing public-sector IT worked? The Institute for Government seems to think so, kinda 20
open Pushing Verify in Brexit plans more about saving troubled project 37
open OK, peons, we'll obey the law and let you talk about politics and pay packets, says Google 9
open Malwarebytes back to square one as appeals court rules blocking rival antivirus maker isn't on 35
open Service call centres to become wasteland and tumbleweed by 2024 72
open Are you who you say you are, sir? You are? That's all fine then 146
open Brit MPs: Our policies are crap and the political process is in tatters, but it's Twitter's fault, OK? 111
open Watchdog: Hush-hush UK.gov blew £97m on Brexit wonks from six of the usual suspects 57
open UK children's charity: Social media firms rubbish at stopping grooming. Time for a mandatory... AI 16
open Apple's making some announcements! Quick, lay off 435 Uber workers 23
open Deloitte man kept quiet at Autonomy's internal audit committees, says scrutiny chairman 35
open Windows on Arm keeps low profile at IFA as Intel takes swipe at platform's compatibility problems 29
open Welcome to The Reg's poetry corner... hiQ once again / beats LinkedIn on web scrape case / more appeals await 30
open Get ready to be probed by the Antitrust Voltron, Google: Attorneys general combine from Texas, New York, Maine, Arizona, Missouri... 6
By BillG
open Wunderlist creator asks Microsoft to sell him back his biz as Redmond updates To Do 22
open Four-year probe finds Foxconn's Apple 11 factory 'routinely' flouts Chinese labour laws 50
open Like a grotty data addict desperately jonesing for its next fix, Google just can't stop misbehaving 110
open Cash carousel spun between Filetek and Autonomy, Lynch employee tells court 26
open You know what the NHS really needs? Influencers, right guys? #blessed 39
By ds6
open Can you download it to me – in an envelope with a stamp? 221
By Trygve
open Auditors bemoan time it takes for privatised RAF pilot training to produce combat-ready aviators 80
open Hm. Is it wise to assume 'no material disruption' from 'volatile' UK climate, Dixons Carphone? 2
By batfink
open UK plod could lose access to 79 million criminal alerts in event of a no-deal Brexit 85
open GDP-arrrrrrgggghhh! A no-deal Brexit: So what are you going to do with all that lovely data? 115
open The wheels on the bus go round and... Oh dear. Chancellor Sajid Javid unveils spending review 116
open Trade union club calls on UK.gov to extend flexible working to all staff from day one 55
open Uber, Lyft and DoorDash put $30m apiece into ballot battle fund to kill gig-economy employee benefits 31
By eldakka
open Whistleblowing saboteur costs us $167m bellows Tesla’s accountant 52
open Juniper Networks gives SEC $12m to settle bribery charges but says everything's fine 1
open Yeah, yeah, PCs are dead? Ask Texan Mick and his Dell empire if that's the case 35
open Last one out, hit the lights: UK energy supplier SSE to axe 115 bodies from tech department 63
open Gov flings £10m to help businesses get Brexit-ready with, um... information packs 95
By bpfh
open Maltese browser game biz flings €1m sueball at Google over Adsense kerfuffle 33
By J. Cook

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