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open Just because we're letting Zoom into Parliament doesn't mean you can have fun, House of Commons warns Brit MPs 23
open ICE cold: Microsoft's GitHub wrings hands over US prez's Trump immigration ban plan 49
open House of Commons agrees to allow Zoom app in Parliament, British MPs will still have to dress smartly 85
By Cederic
open Do not adjust your set: Here are three stories about the IT industry doing some good during COVID-19 pandemic 1
open Academics: We hate to ask, but could governments kindly refrain from building giant data-slurping, contact-tracing coronavirus monsters? 77
open Coronavirus lockdown forces UK retailers to shut 382 million square feet of floor space 45
By Peter2
open UK government to take equity in struggling startups with £250m 'Future fund' 21
open Tata Consultancy Services predicts hot viral mess for the next nine months 3
open Don't Zoom off elsewhere: Google plugs video-chat service Meet into Gmail as user eyes start wandering 20
open Data science alliance in talks with UK Cabinet Office to help ease economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic 10
open Amazon assembles team of boffins, devs, project managers and more to figure out mass coronavirus testing 17
open Activist investor Elliot Management departs Citrix’s board 7
open Tick tick Zoom, is this thing on? US comms giant Verizon pulls on BlueJeans for 'undisclosed amount' 10
open Ex-TalkTalk infosec exec's equal pay and unfair dismissal claims tossed out at tribunal 28
open Trello! It is me... you locked the door? User warns of single sign-on risk after barring self from own account 52
open India allows half of IT services workers back to the office next week 13
open UK govt probes Brit chip biz Imagination after growing Chinese ownership sparks national security fears 21
By hoola
open Wipro says clients already asking for discounts and restructured deals, decides not to offer guidance 4
open IBM age discrimination lawsuit suddenly ends, suggests Big Blue was willing to pay to avoid discovery process 41
open Oh ... Fudge This Pandemic! Google walks back on decision to switch off FTP in Chrome 81 18
By sabroni
open Oh Hell. Remember the glory days of Demon Internet? Well, now would be a good time to pick a new email address 100
open 50,000 5G base stations built. 4.4 million to upgrade. 935 million customers to upsell 15
open Indian city floats camera-packing surveillance balloon to zoom in on quarantine-quitters 4
By HildyJ
open 'Come 75,000 workers, join us!' says Amazon. Just don't dare complain about the boss or you're out on your ear 12
open Second-wave dotcom Uber-investor Softbank forecasts gargantuan losses as world economy faces slump 23
By Len
open Wanted: An exit strategy from the overt surveillance of smartphone contact tracing 55
open A chief technology officer in a time of COVID-19: Keep calm and make the most of the whole business suddenly realising how important IT is 27
open Stop worrying – Larry Ellison and Prez Trump will have this whole coronavirus thing licked shortly with the power of data 72
By aqk
open PC shipments went over a cliff in Q1, which may be only moderately terrifying 12
open India kicks off competition for home-grown video conferencing clone 12
open Yahoo! Japan! shares! user! location! data! with! government! to! track! coronavirus! clusters! 1
open Taiwan may turn traffic advice app into massive tracking system 13
open SAP slashes revenue, profit forecasts as virus outbreak bites into biz prospects 2
open Poor semiconductor revenues can't catch a break: Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the wafer – bam, coronavirus 3
open China's biggest e-learning company admits deliberately getting its sums wrong when counting sales 32
open Rolls-Royce leads data analytics alliance with its sights set on COVID-19 economic recovery 6
open Tribunal halts all Information Commissioner's Office cases because UK data watchdog can't print or organise PDFs 32
open Dixons Carphone top brass take 20% pay cut as swathes of Brit workforce furloughed 19
By AndyS
open First it was toilet paper. Then pasta. Now Broadcom suspects hoarders are behind its surprisingly good-looking Q2 sales 11
open Who's essential right now? Medicos, of course. Food producers, natch. And in Singapore social media workers have made the list 11
open Microsoft to find virtual ways of 'absorbing interns' energy' as students told to stay home – and events off until next year 7
open Samsung's Q1 forecast defies coronavirus downward trends but it's unlikely to continue 5
open Capita inks deal with NHS to 'bring back staff': Workers get an hour of training to recruit and vet retired doctors, nurses 52
open 'Anything' related to remote working is a winner for Euro disties, but classic enterprise hardware? That's another story 19
open UK judge gives Google a choice: Either let SEO expert read your ranking algos or withdraw High Court evidence 58
open Tech services biz Allvotec furloughing staff, asking remainder – including top brass – to take pay cut 4
open US prez Trump's administration reportedly nears new rules banning 'dual-use' tech sales to China 37
By Cederic
open Here's what Europeans are buying amid the COVID-19 lockdown – aside from heaps of pasta and toilet paper 42
open Under pressure: K3 to put loss-making UK Microsoft Dynamics reseller biz into administration 6
open Who's going to pay for Britain's Aunty Beeb to carry on? Broadband users, broadcaster suggests to government 88


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