AnalysisChip flaw fixes not so insignificant after all
We're now into minute 21 of his 15 minutes of fame
ObitSpacefaring veteran flew into space six times, once with a corned beef sarnie
For very, very, small bombs. Like the ones that set off car airbags
Sources say USA 'lost' absolutely-classified top-secret bird? You Musk be kidding
Journo who bought data has been named in police complaint
Yup, because this one will stop virtual network functions falling over because of fine print
Personal assistant that needed human help gets the boot
Delivery promised some time in 2018, as Big Red says Solaris updates prove it can do continuous integration
Database giant happy as Larry that copyright infringement ruling allowed to stand, though
RHEL servers croaking, reporting in Excel, customer docs in signoff limbo
If at first you don't succeed, try (WEP) try (WPA) try (WPA2)...
Google.com URLs for stories published elsewhere are on the way out
AnalysisFaster access, data management and HCI
How the era's films keep their enduring charm ...
It's a mystery how they found out. Call Sherlock
Private equity owner waves goodbye
Bumps out new array and brags about quarterly results
UpdatedOracle missed off yearly survey, staffer claims 'malicious bias'
Don't worry, Chipzilla is 'working tirelessly' to resolve the issue
BB's QNX already used by Ford, Apple and Aptiv
Jesus, you're not relying on government tech, are you?
The future is cloudy...
ERP giant overstated cloudy SuccessFactor's success
There's always a bigger phish
Is there anything Senators won't try to turn into votes?
Where there's a will, there's a Wray
Careless cloud customers neglect patch, allowing crypto miners to move in
Govt also worried about IPv6's impact on online security
Patch TuesdayIt's 2018 and a Word doc can still pwn your Windows computer
Sigh, 2018. Sigh
You're fondling our kernel wrong, grumbles Microsoft