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open 12-year-old revives Unity desktop, develops software repo client, builds gaming environment for Ubuntu... 74
By Aernoud
open Have you tried restarting? Reinstalling? Upgrading? Moving house and changing your identity? 125
open No, I've not read the screen. Your software must be rubbish 212
open Flutter flits onto Windows, declared fit for production 13
By Paper
open US Senate to vote on stopping Big Tech extracting 'monopolist rent' from app developers 16
By Swarthy
open Out of beta and ready for data: 64-bit Raspberry Pi OS is here 51
open Exasol pledges to help customers avoid cloud bill shock with new DBaaS 1
open Google's DeepMind says its AI coding bot is 'competitive' with humans 82
open Android devices, demand in China help keep Qualcomm from worrying too much about losing Apple 3
open 50 lines of Bash to bring a Wordle fan out of their shell 81
open Breath of fresh air: v7.3 of LibreOffice boasts improved file importing and rendering 43
open Oracle Linux appears somewhere unexpected: The Windows Store 18
open MariaDB takes a dip into Angel Pond to clean up and go public 8
open Tesla to disable 'self-driving' feature that allowed vehicles to roll past stop signs at junctions 220
open Lost your mouse cursor? Microsoft's PowerToys 0.55 has you covered – with a massive crosshair 31
open Trio of Rust Core Team members take their leave 67
By jake
open Happy birthday, Windows Vista: Troubled teen hits 15 101
open BlackBerry offloads its 'legacy' patents – some of the stuff that made its phones hum 17
open New York Times outlays seven-figure sum for 1,900 lines of JavaScript – yes, we mean Wordle 86
open Workday gets £9.8m deal for second chunk of UK's Student Loans Company project 15
open Citrix acquired by private equity, will be paired with Tibco in $16.5bn deal 16
By J. Cook
open UK's new Brexit Freedom Bill promises already-slated GDPR reform, easier gene editing rules 249
open Waymo sues California's DMV to block autonomous car crash data from publication 25
open Machine learning the hard way: IBM Watson's fatal misdiagnosis 120
By HPCJohn
open Idea of downloading memories far-fetched say experts after Musk claim resurfaces in latest Neuralink development 104
open China reveals draft laws that heavily restrict deepfakes 7
open Hands up who ISN'T piling in to help Epic Games appeal Apple App Store ruling 62
By msobkow
open UK Home Secretary Priti Patel green-lights Mike Lynch's extradition to US to face Autonomy fraud charges 89
open Microsoft brings Jenny, Aria, and more interface tweaks to new Windows 11 Insider build 52
open Despite growth, questions remain over whether SAP can get customers off-prem fast enough to appease investors 12
open New tools to simplify wrapping your head around Kubernetes 3
By Plest
open How to get banned from social media without posting a thing 130
open VMware fixes vSphere release it pulled, sorts out Log4j while it's at it 2
open How can we recruit for the future if it takes an hour to send an email, asks Air Force AI bigwig in plea for better IT 76
open For first time in nearly 17 years, stable Linux kernel version has over 999 commits – but not everyone heard about it 12
open Indian government floats idea of home-grown challenger for Android and iOS 10
open Windows boss Panos Panay talks up 'new era of the PC' – translation: An era of new PCs 36
open Korea gives a $7.5bn nod to the metaverse and AI projects 1
By Schultz
open OpenShell has been working on a classic replacement for Windows 11's Start menu 53
By Roland6
open Microsoft revenue up by a fifth as world shuffles through the pandemic into the metaverse 8
open Baidu's AI predictions for 2022: Autonomous driving! Quantum computing! Space! Human-machine symbiosis! 5
open Parallels: Purveyors of decent virtualization software... and occasionally iffy checksums 11
open Former Oracle execs warn that Big Red's auditing process is also a 'sales enablement tool' 51
open Saved by the Bill: What if... Microsoft had killed Windows 95? 92
open Microsoft's do-it-all IDE Visual Studio 2022 came out late last year. How good is it really? 89
open Meta says it's building world's largest AI supercomputer out of Nvidia, AMD chips 21
open Farm machinery giant John Deere plows into two right-to-repair lawsuits 80
By Mark 65
open Three US states plus Washington DC sue Google for using UI design 'dark patterns' to harvest your location 28
open They see us Cinnamon Rolling, they're rating: GeckoLinux incorporates kernel 5.16 with familiar installation experience 8
open Running Windows 10? Microsoft is preparing to fire up the update engines 72
By Roland6



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