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open DXC's new boss has quite the cleanup ahead after frankenfirm exits Q2 nursing $2bn loss 19
open Microsoft embraces California data privacy law – don't expect Google to follow suit 22
open Uber CEO compares pedestrian death to murder of Saudi journalist, saying all should be forgiven 78
open Any promises to extend rights of self-employed might win an election, hint Brit freelancer orgs 37
open 237 UK police force staff punished for misusing IT systems in last 2 years 53
open Chinese chip giant calls on US tech to help out with Trump tariffs – not a quid pro quo, obviously 15
open UK Home Office: We will register thousands of deactivated firearms with no database 110
By Kiwi
open 5G whizz, Qualcomm: Is that a $1bn hole in your Q4 revenues or are you just happy to see us? 1
open Dough! Jobs microsite for UK's data watchdog set hundreds of cookies without visitors' consent 27
open Helen Fospero makes yet another Brit telly presenter to win IR35 case against taxman 36
open Ofcom director Jonathan Oxley to keep CEO seat warm as regulator waits on senior civil servant 4
open Open wide, very wide: Xerox considers buying HP. Yes, the HP that is more than three times its market cap 72
By fredj
open Satya 'Karma' Nadella ignored our complaints over pay gap, thousands of Microsoft women say 21
open Brit spending watchdog questions where savings will come from in court digitisation reforms 13
open Tech and mobile companies want to monetise your data ... but are scared of GDPR 68
open IT contractor has £240k bill torn up after IR35 win against UK taxman 131
open Infosys tells Indian stock exchange: We haven't seen any evidence yet for whistleblower claims 3
open Pro-Linux IP consortium Open Invention Network will 'pivot' to take on patent trolls 18
By matt 83
open UK taxman goes chief digi officer shopping at the bank: Appoints ex-Barclays CIO 9
open Samsung sadly sings of memory, all alone in the moonlight, as downturn slashes profits by 56% 5
open Smartphone market's lifeless corpse twitches slightly in first sign of growth for two years 8
open Euro competition chief mulls forcing tech giants to prove their actions aren't harming market 20
By JoMe
open Guess who the Co-op Bank chose for £141m outsourcing deal? Can't be. Yes, it's Capita 11
open Delayed, over-budget smart meters will be helpful – when Blighty enters 'Star Trek phase' 235
open Never mind monitoring dead crims, Ministry of Justice has just palmed Serco another £800m 14
open Q3, phone home: Guess who's run Huawei with China's domestic smartphone market? 4
open Up in the heir: Inheritors enduring huge delays after botched migration at UK probate service 8
By Andy J
open So how well did you block fake news, Google? Facebook? Web goliaths turn in self-assessment homework to Europe 12
By Danny 5
open UK ads watchdog slaps Amazon for UX dark arts after folk bought Prime subs they didn't want 125
open GlobalFoundries calls off the dogs to reach semiconductor patent sharing deal with TSMC 3
open Stop us if you've heard this one: Aussies probe Google over misleading location stalking claims 2
By AntiSol
open Will someone think of the taxpayer? UK.gov needs to stop burning billions on shoddy procurement, says Reform 35
open Google boss Pichai unbothered as 'Other Bets' nears billion-dollar cash sink in Q3 results 6
By MJB7
open Oh good. They're looking for an NHSX CTO. Hopefully they'll see off 'snake oil' pushers, says GP 34
open Now the US DoJ has charged Apple's insider trading lawyer with, er... well, it's embarrassing 34
open Infosys confirms SEC probe, says India's SEBI also wants a word 1
open One of Blighty's most-loved charities hands £46m to one of Blighty's least-loved outsourcers 47
open Tesla has made a profit. Repeat, Tesla has made a profit – $143m in fact 84
open And we're back with the third review of Privacy Shield: Meh, sighs the European Commission 9
open Everything must go as school IT supplier Gaia Technologies' £5.7m debt burden revealed 20
open US customers kick up class-action stink over Epson's kyboshing of third-party ink 67
By J. Cook
open Apple chief Tim Cook ascends to top of tech pantheon on Chinese biz school's advisory board 8
By quxinot
open Infosys shares dive 15% as regulators investigate false accounting claims 4
open UK tech freelancer numbers down for first time in 5 years since IR35 tax reforms hit public sector 55
By d3vy
open HP CEO: Help us save the world one tree at a time... by printing stuff (with our kit, of course) 26
By JohnFen
open Microsoft and dance partners coordinate firmware defenses with Secure-core PCs 11
open Euro data watchdog has 'serious concerns' as to whether EU deals with Microsoft obey GDPR 11
open Ow-wei, says Huawei as Chinese giant admits US sanctions smacked it right in the phone biz 17
open We read the Brexit copyright notices so you don't have to… No more IP freely, ta very much 160
open Pack your pyjamas, Zuck: US bill threatens execs with prison for data failures 57
By JohnFen

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