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open As one Microsoft Windows product hauls itself out of the grave, others tumble in 31
open Still using Skype? Good news! After HOURS of meetings, Microsoft reckons it knows when you're Not Active 44
open You're alone in a room with the Windows 10 out-of-the-box apps. What do you do? 139
open I want to buy a coffee with an app – how hard can it be? 145
open Spent your week box-ticking? It can't be as bad as the folk at this firm 73
open Ubuntu flings 14.04 LTS users a security lifeline, chats some more about Hyper-V 10
open A spot of Python in your Azure automation? Step right this way, sir 13
open Microsoft tries a thinking cap on its cloud – voila, Dynamics 365 gets AI! 4
By Adelio
open Early bird access to .NET Framework 4.8? Microsoft, you spoil us 21
open App-y, app-y, joy, joy: Pain-free software installer Flatpak (kinda) works on Windows Subsystem for Linux 18
open First 'issue-free' build of Windows 10 October 2018 Update arrives 34
open Git it girl! Academy tries to tempt women into coding with free course 61
open Linux kernel's Torvalds: 'I am truly sorry' for my 'unprofessional' rants, I need a break to get help 233
open Google Chrome 69 gives worldwide web a stay of execution in URL box 46
By JohnFen
open Redis does a Python, crushes 'offensive' master, slave code terms 132
open SAP faces further South African corruption probe 4
open Microsoft lights a fire under .NET Core teams, just in time for Ignite 11
By bazza
open Microsoft accidentally let encrypted Windows 10 out into the world 79
By P. Lee
open C++ devs take a Step Back, let the UWP guy play with Visual Studio 11
By Def
open Microsoft: You don't want to use Edge? Are you sure? Really sure? 199
open Chromebooks gain faff-free access to Windows file shares via Samba 35
open Cisco loses focus over TelePresence blurry videoconferencing bug 2
open Python joins movement to dump 'offensive' master, slave terms 285
open Guys, you need to sit down and have a chat: Skype rolls out SMS a week after Microsoft 14
By Chris G
open Dust off that old Pentium, Linux fans: It's Elive 77
open Yada yada, take my money: Firms do not scrutinise software support spend – report 7
open Volkswagen faces fresh Dieselgate lawsuit in Germany – report 43
open Microsoft's next Windows 10 release creeps closer with a cluster of builds 22
open make all relocate... Linux kernel dev summit shifts to Scotland – to fit Torvald's holiday plans 67
By Orv
open Official: Google Chrome 69 kills off the World Wide Web (in URLs) 181
open Microsoft tells volume customers they can stay on Windows 7... for a bit longer... for a fee 57
open Cover up your privates: Linux distro Tails drops a new version 13
open Windows Server 2019 Essentials incoming – but cheapo product's days are numbered 31
open Using Python in Visual Studio Code? Microsoft has new toys for you 18
open's no-deal plans leave HMRC customs, VAT systems scrambling to keep up 65
open Microsoft sharpens its claws to cut Outlook UI excess, snip Ribbon 54
By hplasm
open Gitpod git-bolts git-IDE onto GitHub for in-browser code git-editing 3
open Microsoft takes a pruning axe to Skype's forest of features 48
By boe
open Microsoft gives Windows 10 a name, throws folks a bone 148
open Apple to require privacy policy on all apps 24
By Dan 55
open Apple pushes new iOS 12 beta build to silence notification spam 17
open It's official: Chocolate Factory anoints Tink crypto as Google project 7
open Mozilla changes Firefox policy from ‘do not track’ to ‘will not track’ 99
open A decade on, Apple and Google's 30% app store cut looks pretty cheesy 95
open No do-overs! Appeals court won’t hear $8.8bn Oracle v Google rehash 74
open Linux 4.19 lets you declare your trust in AMD, IBM and Intel 28
open Windows 95 roars once more in the Microsoft round-up 46
open £1 in every fiver that UK biz, public sector spent on software in 2017 went to *drumroll* Microsoft 36
open Redis has a license to kill: Open-source database maker takes some code proprietary 65
open It liiives! Sorta. Gentle azure glow of Windows XP clocked in Tesco's self-checkouts, no less 85

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