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open Spare some change, guv? UK's CCTV regulator pitches for £100k budget increase 3
By Mips
open UKCloud latest to sign Memorandum of Understanding with UK.gov ahead of cloud mega framework 12
open Finally, a wafer-thin server... Only a tiny little thin one. Oh all right. Just the one... 143
By AlbertH
open Fintech biz Wirecard folds into insolvency like two pair against a flush. Good luck accessing your chip stack 50
open Huawei wins approval to plonk £1bn optical comms R&D facility in UK's leafy Cambridgeshire 53
open After three leisurely years, Citrix releases second long-term-service hypervisor 5
open Singapore awards 5G licences – and winning carriers pick anyone but Huawei for nationwide network 13
open Wanted – DRAM or alive: US Feds bag arrest warrants for three Taiwanese accused of stealing Micron's mem secrets 10
open Salesforce plans to write Slack integration out of the equation by rolling its own messaging and collaboration app 3
open US Department of Defense releases list of firms allegedly linked to the Chinese Army. Surprise surprise, Huawei makes an appearance 44
open Honey, I built the app! Amazon's beta no-code dev platform is great for ad-hoc stuff, but not much else – yet 22
By jake
open Working from home on Virgin Media's broadband? Too bad. Outage hits English capital 38
By Roland6
open Slack Connect: Hipster chat platform to let different orgs play in the same channel – only for paying users, mind 4
open GitHub redesign goes mobile-friendly – to chagrin of devs who shockingly do a lot of work on proper computers 37
open Taiwan to stay ahead of China as top chip manufacturing titan 10
open Wobbly Wednesday whacks IBM as 30 cloud services take unplanned naps 4
open Internet Society, remember your embarrassing .org flub? The actual internet society would like to talk about it 35
By Adair
open TikTok boom: Brits spent a quarter of their waking hours in lockdown online – Ofcom 11
open Skype for Windows 10 and Skype for Desktop duke it out: Only Electron left standing 38
open Indonesia’s capital city is literally sinking. Google just opened a new cloud region there anyway 6
open Foxconn signals Indian expansion to make ... something it will reveal eventually 3
open HPE's GreenLake remade with fresh set of cloud services as biz starts move to aaS future 9
open Microsoft loosens Teams' necktie as platform courts your forensic accountant relatives 8
open Ampere smacks the ball over the net, back at Marvell: Our Altra Max cloud processor will have 128 Arm cores 8
open While eyes are fixed on Apple announcements, Microsoft's streaming service Mixer goes the way of the Windows Phone 16
open Ancient Arm server outfit Kaleao resprouts as Bamboo with CPU offload plan and electricity-saving power play 2
By HildyJ
open Fujitsu, Japan strong-Arm their way to the top with world's fastest-known super: 415-PFLOPS Fugaku 16
open Email innovator Hey extends an olive branch in standoff with Apple, tweaks code to make the iGiant appier 13
open Belief in 5G conspiracy theories goes hand-in-hand with small explosions of rage, paranoia and violence, researchers claim 142
By Dagg
open Dell updates hyperconverged boxen with second-gen AMD Epyc server processors 2
open Internet blackout of Myanmar States that are home to ethnic minorities enters second year 23
open Huawei going to predict the future? Nope, say company leaders when asked about Joe Biden winning US election 45
open Ex-director cops community service after 5,000-file deletion spree on company Dropbox 44
open Police and NHS urge British public not to call 101 and 111 non-emergency numbers after behind-the-scenes kit failure 16
open ServiceNow slammed for 'tone deaf' letter telling customers contracts can't be tweaked as COVID-19 batters businesses 42
By TheProf
open It's 500 Friday at GitHub as source shack takes an hour-long morning totter 5
open Netgear was told in January its routers can be hacked and hijacked. This week, first patches released – after exploits, details made public 18
By Jay 2
open Latest Xeons land in new Huawei server despite looming US ban 3
By hoola
open America's Team Telecom urges FCC to do something about that 120Tbps fiber line between US, Hong Kong 6
open BT and Serco among bidders competing to run Britain's unfortunately named Skynet military satellite system 21
open HPE chief Neri: I've got COVID-19 and am staying home for the next fortnight 6
open Customers of Brit ISP Virgin Media have downloaded an extra 325GB since March, though we can't think why 53
open AWS scoops Intel silicon and 8TB of storage into new Snowcone edge box 11
By Disk0
open FCC boss orders probe into 'unacceptable' T-Mobile US outage after carrier plays dog-ate-my-homework card 7
open Come for the cloud apps, stay for the ERP? SAP drills into Industry Cloud platform, its latest expansion play 1
open Scalability, reliability and availability: Three things the AWS Summit for EMEA struggled to get right 5
open Hey is trying a new take on email – but maker complains of 'outrageous' demands after Apple rejects iOS app 111
open Google and Parallels bring Windows apps to Chromebooks, in parallel with VMware and Citrix 23
open SoftBank to hang up on T-Mobile stake to shore up its balance sheet 1
open We cross now live to Oracle. Mr Ellison, any thoughts? 'Autonomous self-driving computers eliminate human labor, eliminate human error' 20

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