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  • Freeman Dyson, Visionary Technologist, Is Dead at 96
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  • Bernie Sanders Has an Audacious -- and Hugely Expensive -- Climate Plan
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  • RIP Freeman Dyson: The super-boffin who applied his mathematical brain to nuclear magic, quantum physics, space travel, and more
  • Time to <code>svn commit</code> like it's the year 2000: Apache celebrates 20 years of Subversion
  • FCC sucks its teeth, clicks its tongue, says: Yeah, AT&amp;T, Sprint, T-Mobile US, Verizon gleeful sold your location data. Guess we should fine them?
  • Take it Huawei, Pai: Senate passes bill to rip 'dodgy' kit from rural telcos
  • Vivo's APEX 2020 concept smartphone grabs life by the gimbals to shoot stable snaps
  • Former SAP CEO McDermott pockets a cool v15 million from final year at the helm of German ERP giant
  • Ding dong Dell, servers in the well. Who pulled them out? Little PC stout
  • Raise your low-code game with OutSystems' webcasts on chatbots, progressive web apps, and more
  • <i>Escape From Tarkov</i>: Hardest of the hardcore looter-shooter is spellbinding despite the punishing learning curve
  • Southern Water not such a phisherman's phriend, hauls itself offline to tackle email lure
  • Windows 10 Slow Ring update strides confidently into 2020
  • Switchzilla? More like Ditch-your-staff-zilla: Cisco back at the layoffs as revenues shrink
  • Google updates Android Studio: IDE like multi-display support and a split-view designer
  • Death and taxis: Windows has had enough of clinging to a cab rooftop in the London rain
  • Quantum compute boffins called up to get national UK centre organised for some NISQy business
  • Sure, check through my background recordsv but why are you looking at my record collection?
  • I heard somebody say: Burn baby, burn v server inferno!
  • EU court tells prudish IP office to fack off for balking at 'fack ju' trademark application
  • US Homeland Security mistakenly seizes British ad agency's website in prostitution probe gone wrong
  • Trashing privacy? That's our job! Facebook accuses analytics biz of harvesting people's info from software dev kit sold to app makers
  • 'Developers have lost hope Microsoft will do the right thing'... Redmond urged to make WinUI cross-platform
  • Your phone wakes up. Its assistant starts reading out your text messages. To everyone around. You panic. How? Ultrasonic waves
  • F8 accompli: Facebook, Epic Games, Microsoft, Unity abandon conference plans over Wuhan coronavirus fears
  • Never thought we'd write this headline: Under Siege Steven Seagal is not Above The Law, must fork out $314,000 after boosting crypto-coin biz
  • Campaigners cry foul play as Oracle funds conservative lobby group supporting its court case against Google
  • Review of IR35 is in: Quelle surprise, will forge ahead with controversial tax reforms in the private sector
  • Total Inability To Service User Pulls: GitHub wobbles with a good old Thursday TITSUP
  • Cyber-wrath of Iran for top general's assassination hasn't progressed beyond snooping and nicking logins... yet
  • Northrop Grumman's space zombie slayer grants Intelsat 901 five more years in orbit
  • Nokia said to be considering sale or merger as profits tank
  • WSUSper it with us, Insiders: Windows 10 2004 is getting closer
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  • Is that Bullet for Me? Redundo clock is ticking for UK staff at <i>both</i> divisions of IBM's Services arm
  • Sophos was gearing up for a private life v then someone remembered the bike scheme
  • Poor old Google. Its cloud division only brought in $8.9bn last year. So it's chucking a few billion at US offices and data centres
  • Microsoft's Windows OEM, Surface sales looking a bit peaky as coronavirus takes toll on China supply chain
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  • If you're serious about browser privacy, you should probably pass on Edge or Yandex, claims Dublin professor
  • Quick, run... our discount early-bird ticket offer for Continuous Lifecycle London 2020 ends this weekend
  • Aww, a cute mini-moon is orbiting Earth right now. But like all good things, it too will abandon us at some point
  • Breaker one-nine, this trucker's rubber ducked, facing a year in the slammer for Acer laptop thefts
  • Wi-Fi of more than a billion PCs, phones, gadgets can be snooped on. But you're using HTTPS, SSH, VPNs... right?
  • Did you know? Internet money lender Opera also offers a free web browser
  • After blowing $100m to snoop on Americans' phone call logs for four years, what did the NSA get? Just one lead
  • Zyxel storage, firewall, VPN, security boxes have a give-anyone-on-the-internet-root hole: Patch right now
  • Hacker swipes customer list from controversial face-recog-for-Feds Clearview. Its reaction? 'A part of life'
  • Game over, man: Microsoft test engineer who laundered stolen Xbox credits into $10m guilty of fraud
  • Salesforce's revolving door spins amid shopping spree: Co-CEO out, BT alumnus G-Patz up, Vlocity slurped
  • Google begs for US Entity List exemption to let Huawei use its mobile services v report

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  • Linux Mint 19.2 "Tina" Cinnamon Now Available, IBM Has Transformed Its Software to Be Cloud-Native and Run on Any Cloud with Red Hat OpenShift, Icinga Web 2.7.0 Released, Google Rolling Out Android Auto Design Updates and Kernel 5.1 Reaches End of Life
  • Canonical Announces the Availability of Xibo as a Snap, Chrome 76 Released, Viruses Discovered in LibreOffice, Pop!_OS 18.10 Reaches End of Life, and Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security Warns of Microsoft Office Online Privacy Risks
  • Collabora Announces xrdesktop, Blender 2.8 Released, Arduino Selects Auth0 as Its Identity Management Platform of Choice, Microway Showcasing Its Data Science WhisperStation at PEARC19 and KDE Plasma Maintenance Update
  • Linux Ending Support for the Floppy Drive, Unity 2019.2 Launches Today, Purism Unveils Final Librem 5 Smartphone Specs, First Kernel Security Update for Debian 10 "Buster" Is Out, and Twitter Is Switching from Mesos to Kubernetes
  • Kernel 5.3-rc2 Is Out, Latte Doc v0.9 Officially Available, GitHub Blocking Developers from Certain Countries, the Khronos Group Announces the Public Release of OpenXR 1.0, and Netflix Joins the Academy Software Foundation
  • Icinga 2 Version 2.11 Release Candidate Announced, Pinebook Pro Available for Pre-Order, Sailfish OS 3.1 Seitseminen Released, VirtualBox 6.0.10 Is Out, and It's National Sysadmin Day
  • PHP 7.4.0beta1 Released, HypriotOS 1.11.0 Now Available, ALA Asks LinkedIn Learning to Change Terms of Service that Jeopardize Privacy Rights, Red Hat Announces RHEL 8.1 Beta and The Forbidden Arts Coming to Linux
  • FTC Announces $5 Billion Settlement with Facebook, First Preview Release of Fedora CoreOS Now Available, Red Hat Certificate System Achieves Common Criteria Certification, GNOME 3.33.4 Released and Summer Update on /e/
  • Feral Interactive Announces Commanders Update for Company of Heroes 2 for Linux, Participate in Fedora Test Week for Kernel 5.2, coreboot 4.10 Released, GNU Parallel 20190722 Released and EST Launches File Security for Linux v 7.0
  • Kernel 5.3-rc1 Released; VLC Security Flaw Discovered; Melissa Di Donato Appointed CEO of SUSE; Dropbox Brings Back Support for ZFS, XFS, Btrfs and eCryptFS; and YugaByte Is Now 100% Open Source


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