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open British Airways' latest Total Inability To Support Upwardness of Planes* caused by Amadeus system outage 109
open Oldest swinger in town, Slackware, notches up a quarter of a century 58
open Windows Server 2019 tweaked to stop it getting clock-blocked 26
open ME! ME! ME! – Intel's management tech gets a quartet of security fixes 15
open IBM attempts to graft virtual machine security onto container flexibility 3
open Capita strikes again: Bug in UK-wide school info management system risks huge data breach 82
open Skype Classic headed for the chopping block on September 1 69
By Doofie
open Exec-transcribing AI so you can click Like on their brainfarts. Oh Microsoft, you spoil us 2
open Microsoft's TextWorld gives AI a Zork-like challenge 24
By onefang
open It walks, it talks, it falls over a bit. Windows 10 is three years old 165
open Apache Cassandra at 10: Making a community believe in NoSQL 11
open Notes/Domino is alive! Second beta of version 10 is imminent 46
By LarsB
open Farewell then, Slack: The grown-ups have arrived 71
open Microsoft: For God's sake, people, cut down on the meetings! 46
open Microsoft bids adieu to inky fingers with whiteboard app 24
By 0laf
open Microsoft Teams goes free, as free as the wind blows... up to a point 18
By KjetilS
open Softcat scores big in Scotland: Many a mickle makes a muckle 10
open Forking hell. It's summer, and Windows 10 is already thinking about autumn 44
open Happy 10th birthday, Evernote: You have survived Google and Microsoft. For your next challenge... 46
open Salesforce ‘Einstein’ now smart enough for customer service 19
open Put WhatsApp, Slack, admin privileges in a blender and what do you get? Wickr 15
open Micro Focus belches as it struggles to digest HPE Software 7
open Azure Dev Spaces has hit public preview, so El Reg took it for a spin 24
By Lusty
open Apple emits iPhone cop-block update – plus iOS, macOS, Safari patches 18
By D@v3
open Hardware rumours, goat-spanking search engines and plenty of Azure. It's last week in Redmond 5
open GitHub given Windows 9x's awesome and so very modern look 96
open Microsoft slows Dynamics 365 update cadence 3
open Oracle tells court: Boss man Mark Hurd didn't have docs relevant to HPE spat over Solaris 5
open GIMP masks font downloads, adds horizon fix in new build 23
open Have I been paid, Sage? Cloudy wage service locks out users 20
open They grow up so fast: Spam magnet Hotmail turned 22 today 77
open A fine vintage: Wine has run Microsoft Solitaire on Linux for 25 years 105
open Not API: Third parties scrape your Gmail for marketing insights 47
By Jamesit
open New Android P beta is 'very close', 'near-final' but also just 'early' 44
By Lee D
open Micro Focus offloads Linux-wrangler SUSE for a cool $2.5bn 62
open While you were basking in the sun, the relentless march of the Windows-maker continued 16
By herman
open Pi-lovers? There are two fresh OSes for your tiny computers to gobble 26
open Ready, get Sets... no? App-grouping whizzery for Windows 10 killed 37
By big_D
open Microsoft releases new containerised cut of Windows Server 7
open MongoDB turns on, tunes in, drops ACID and goes mobile 16
By Adam 1
open Relive your misspent, 8-bit youth on the BBC's reopened Micro archive 121
By GIRZiM
open Microsoft has another crack at fixing Chrome problems in Windows 10 24
open Firefox hooks up with HaveIBeenPwned for account pwnage probe 30
open A slick phone Linux for your pocket PDA? Ooh, don't mind if I do, sir 19
open Playing nice with a host of tech-pushers pushed OpenStack close to edge 1
By Starace
open Chrome sends old Macs on permanent Safari: Browser bricks itself 67
open The Splunk that got sunk: Log-lover ends support for mobile apps 10
By hmv
open Happy birthday, you lumbering MS-DOS-based mess: Windows 98 turns 20 today 133
open SUSE Linux Enterprise turns 15: Look, Ma! A common code base 52
open It's getting more and more Azure'd: For Microsoft, sorry seems to be the hardest word 13

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