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open We ain't in 1996 anymore, Dorothy: SQL Server 2016 proves it 38
open Salesforce bins all Android phones bar Nexii and Galaxies 21
open London's contactless ticket payment system for sale in £15m deal 21
By Vic
open Speaking in Tech: Pokemon – the internet spills over into real life 1
By paulc
open Next month's Firefox 48 is looking Rusty – and that's a very good thing 37
open Trial to store benefits claimants' personal data on blockchain slammed 24
open Got the Brexit fear? Keep calm and keep using AWS – Amazon UK boss 8
open Sysadmins: Use these scripts to fully check out of your conference calls 13
By Lamb0
open Evernote riles freetards with two-device limit 21
open Microsoft and Salesforce strike up Lightning-Outlook love 1
open Looking good, Gnome: Digesting the Delhi in our belly 33
open Opera cries foul over Microsoft Edge power-slurping claims 21
open Datastax comes for Oracle's lunch with new graph database release 1
By DainB
open Not smiling for the camera? Adobe's Creative Cloud suite can fix that 28
By TheMole
open Microsoft joins battery-saving browser bandwagon with Edge claims 40
open Sea of outrage after 'migrant-spotting app' turned out to be bogus 20
By Mark 85
open Dell close to selling software division for $2bn – reports 6
By Maventi
open UberEats into food delivery with new app launch in London 24
By Fox123
open Safari 10 dumps Flash, Java, Silverlight, QuickTime in the trash 27
open Linux devs open up universal Ubuntu Snap packages to other distros 38
open Tinder bans under-18s: Moral panic averted 56
By DougS
open Microsoft clones Trello, smuggles it into Office 9
By dbosak
open So. Why don't people talk to invisible robots in public? 63
open Microsoft sells 1,500 patents to Chinese mega-phone biz Xiaomi 21
By Vic
open The Windows Phone story: From hope to dusty abandonware 184
open Speaking in Tech: Microsoft's 'Bing concierge bot' appears in the job ads 1
open Salesforce slaps UK Enterprise customers with 40% price hike 21
open Facebook's turbo-charged Instant Articles: Another brick in the wall 21
open Being an IT trainer is like performing the bullet-catching trick 38
open You wanted innovation? We gave you Clippy the Paperclip in your IM client 56
open Hew Pack Enterprise: Our OpenStack love affair is strong, but we love Microsoft too 2
open AWS chucks 2TB X1 instances at SAP memory hogs 11
open Dell opens Oracle exit route for SAP data shops 17
open IBM's Internet of Things brainbox foresees 'clean clothes as a service' 54
open NetSuite CEO: 'It will be $99 forever for every user' 3
open Tim Cook signs SAP for iOS – SANA app pact 13
open Old, complex code could cause another UK banking TITSUP – study 68
open Chrome edges out IE for desktop browser crown 38
open German prof scores €2.4m EU grant to crack software on your bicycle 20
open Node.js releases version 6.0. Yes, yes, LTS 9
By Andy E
open Is Microsoft's Office dev platform ready to go mainstream? 13
open 123-reg still hasn't restored customers' websites after mass deletion VPS snafu 42
By Vince
open Why we should learn to stop worrying and love legacy – Fujitsu's UK head 29
By Ogi
open Google unleashes TensorFlow 0.8 for your distributed machine learning needs 4
open Microsoft: We have a bullet ready for 12 competencies 18
open Microsoft rethinks the Windows application platform one more time 110
open Feature-rich Vivaldi rolls out, offering power users a choice 24
open MariaDB enters analytics market while prepping for massive Series C 5
open WhatsApp at BlackBerry? For one thing, BBM's now free 22
open Microsoft's DocumentDB lets its MongoDB freak flag fly 1