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Old bugs, new bugs, red bugs … yes, it's Oracle mega-update day again
Red Hat gets heebie-jeebies over MongoDB's T&Cs squeeze: NoSQL database dropped from RHEL 8...
Oracle exec: Open-source vendors locking down licences proves 'they were never really open'
Slack to fend off the collaboration competition with... a new logo
Oh snap: AWS has only gone and brought out its own Backup
Cortana and Search to innovate separately in an amicable Windows 10 Insider split
Most munificient Apple killed itself with kindness. Oh. Really?
Do you feel 'lucky', well, do you, punk? Google faces down magic button patent claim
There's gold in them thar clouds as Infor guzzles $1.5bn from Koch and Golden Gate
Huawei’s elusive Mr Ren: We’re just a 'sesame seed' in a superpower spat
Licence to chill: Shrinking data warehouse biz Teradata hires insider CEO
Epic's Fortnite fail: Ancient UT2004 server used for login-stealing proof-of-concept
Microsoft sends a raft of Windows 10 patches out into the Windows Update ocean
IBM to kill off Watson... Workspace from end of February
Veeam. Veeam. Veeeeeeeam. What was that? Oh, just the sound of half a billion bucks hitting...
Outlook Mobile heads to the White House, passes infosec clearance for federal sector
McKinsey’s blockchain warning irks crypto hipsters
If at first, second, third... fourth time you don't succeed, you're Apple: Another appeal l...
World's first robot hotel massacres half of its robot staff
Start trek, the next generation: PCie 4 flash controller demo flaunts speedy peripheral vision
Google hands out roses to preferred Android MDM vendors
Niagara Falls of cash: Storage startup Rubrik showers in VC moolah
Biz game in the mainframe: T-Systems buddies up with IBM
And so it begins: Micron calls its bank manager... we'll be havin' your bit of our JV, Intel
HSBC suggests it might have found a... use for blockchain?
No more Windows build strings for you, as BuildFeed turns out the lights
Non-profit? Into DevOps, CI/CD, Containers? There’s a CLL ticket with your name on it
While Windows 7 wobbled, AI continued its relentless march at Microsoft
Epyc move: Supermicro plunges into Cascade Lake’s Optanical waters
Oh, SSH, IT please see this: Malicious servers can fsck with your PC's files during scp slurps