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Oct 23
NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app is leaving some unable to access government self-isolation grants

'That button is there on the app' says minister. How many times have you heard a client make wild claims about functionality?

Oct 23
'This was bigger than GNOME and bigger than just this case.' GNOME Foundation exec director talks patent trolls and much, much more

Snaps vs Flatpaks, losing in mobile, Microsoft and Linux, and avoiding another GNOME 2 to 3 disaster

Oct 22
Like a good defragging? The latest Dev Channel Windows 10 might be for you

For everyone else there are splash screens, fixes and iffy anti-malware

Oct 21
Run Windows on a Chromebook: All the details. Not so fast, home user...

Parallel's Windows on Chrome OS solution is Enterprise-only, but why?

Oct 21
Another Chromium browser for Linux? Microsoft Edge arrives in preview form - but no love for Arm yet

One question: Why Redmond, why? Ah, you need to meet developers wherever they are...

Oct 21
AWS open sources porting assistant for .NET: Early days for 'a broad problem'

Microsoft says no need to move but gap between .NET Framework and .NET Core is growing

Oct 21
India floats superior ship-management software as a route to regional relevance

If ever there was a job for Docker and containers, this is it

Oct 20
Microsoft unleashes production-ready Edge Runtime. WebView2: This time it's Chromium

Distributes it in self-updating Evergreen flavour and Fixed for people who hate surprises

Oct 20
When you tell Chrome to wipe private data about you, it spares two websites from the purge: Google.com, YouTube

Is this another case of one rule for the Chocolate Factory and one for everyone else?

Oct 19
Oct 19
Linux 5.10 to make Year 2038 problem the Year 2486 problem

XFS timestamp tweak extends Unix time for a few centuries

Oct 17
Come on, Amazon: If you're going to copy open-source code for a new product, at least credit the creator

Developer wishes cloud giant gave more thought to not stepping on toes

Oct 16
RPA firms: We have our own process mining tools. Process miner Celonis: We're all about automation now

German biz: You won't need an RPA tool, or not as often. FIGHT, FIGHT!!!

Oct 16
Lift us up where we belong: UK's Network Rail puts elevators online

Where the data flies, and the travellers cry.....

Oct 16
When you're On Call, only you can hear the silence of the clicks

Automated alerting? Escalating robo-calling? All ok, but beware the inebriated meatbag in the system

Oct 16
Has Apple abandoned CUPS, the Linux's world's widely used open-source printing system? Seems so

After only one public Git commit this year, penguinstas think: Fork it, we don't need Cupertino

Oct 15
Vivaldi heads back to '80s with a pixel-pushing release of its Chromium-based browser

Fiddling with configuration and getting nostalgic in version 3.4

Oct 15
Microsoft will adopt Google Chrome's controversial Manifest V3 in Edge

Thought Microsoft would resist Google's ad-friendly tweaks to the browser extension API? Think again

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Oct 23
NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app is leaving some unable to access government self-isolation grants

'That button is there on the app' says minister. How many times have you heard a client make wild claims about functionality?

Oct 23
'This was bigger than GNOME and bigger than just this case.' GNOME Foundation exec director talks patent trolls and much, much more

Snaps vs Flatpaks, losing in mobile, Microsoft and Linux, and avoiding another GNOME 2 to 3 disaster

Oct 22
Like a good defragging? The latest Dev Channel Windows 10 might be for you

For everyone else there are splash screens, fixes and iffy anti-malware