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open The Windows Phone story: From hope to dusty abandonware 182
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 15
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
open Is Microsoft's chatty bot platform just Clippy Mark 2? 23
By Kepler
open Google tried to be funny, cocked it up, everyone thought it was a bug 73
open Which keys should I press to enable the CockUp feature? 117
open Military intelligence, AI style: MoD cosies up to Massive Analytic 16
open Google fills BigQuery with public data, invites world+dog to play 4
open Microsoft's bigoted teen bot flirts with illegali-Tay in brief comeback 79
By sisk
open Attack! Run. WTF? A decade of enterprise class fear and uncertainty with AWS 17
By annanon
open Steve Jobs, MS Office, Israel, and a basic feature Microsoft took 13 years to install 63
open Microsoft SQL Server for Linux is a brilliant and logical idea 60
By Calorus
open Steve Ballmer: Get the Facts. I 'love' SQL Server on Linux 60
open Ad-slinger Opera adds ad-blocking tech to its browser 41
By Planty
open '$5bn for Slack?! I refuse to pay!' You don't pay – and that's its biggest problem 47
open Watch out, Barclays. Google pilots Hands Free mobile payment 1
open JavaScript daddy's Brave ad-blocker hits Android, Apple stores 17
By sbishop
open Linux lads lambast sorry state of Skype service 101
By Vince
open The other one. No, not WhatsApp. Telegram. It hit 100 million users 11
By Ed 11
open SAP’s Byzantine licensing leaves its customers feeling exposed 24
open Earthquake-sensing smartphone app fires off early alerts of disaster 40
open Move over, Google. Here’s Wikipedia's search engine – full of on-demand smut 34
open Bank fail: Ready or not, here's our new software 84
open Don't mention the F word: Adobe releases Animate CC 11
open FTC: Duo bought rights to Android game – then turned it into ad-slinging junkware in an update 44
By Stevie
open Microsoft explanation for Visual Studio online outage leaves open questions 27
open Who would code a self-destruct feature into their own web browser? Oh, hello, Apple 193