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Web-app devs note: Google wants to banish JavaScript dialogues

Do you really want to leave this malware-serving page? No/No

Windows 10 Creators Update: Clearing the mines with livestock (that's you by the way)

First look at this iteration's more grown-up aspects

Microsoft beefs up Skype for Business as Amazon Chimes in

Corporate comms face-off

Firefox Quantum: BIG browser project, huh? I share your concern

Open source insider What Mozilla's browser rewrite means to... Mozilla

Redmond takes a small step towards opening Service Fabric

No runtime yet, but two developer repos have landed

Green software blacked out Australian State

Wind-turbine-ware defaults didn't handle exceptional weather events

Angular framework's grand ambition: Not breaking anything

Google's web app scaffolding seeks recognition as platform

Ubuntu 17.04 inches closer to production

Zapus jumping in April

'Windows 10 destroyed our data!' Microsoft hauled into US court

Updated 'Dodgy' unwanted operating system update sparks potential class-action lawsuit

Why do GUIs jump around like a demented terrier while starting up? Am I on my own?

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Ever so lone lone lone lone a-lonely

FedEx will deliver you $5.00 just to install Flash

Bribes on offer as courier's custom printing service needs Adobe's security sinkhole

Blinking cursor devours CPU cycles in Visual Studio Code editor

Crappy Chromium code is the culprit, we're told

Yahoo!'s big, fat clustered Google Machine Learning wedding

Analysis Yahoo! open-source code fling builds a better Google, again

LinkedIn starts piping sales data to Salesforce and Dynamics

Remember when Marc Benioff said Microsoft buying LinkedIn was dangerous?

Ubuntu splats TITSUP bug spread in update

Fat-thumbed DNS patch unpatched, time to re-patch

Microsoft delivers secure China-only cut of Windows 10

There's Reds under the Windows! And that's the way China's government wants it

FYI anyone who codes outside work: GitHub has a contract to stop bosses snatching it all

For better work-life balance, work more outside of work

Microsoft IE11 update foxes Telerik dialogue boxes

'Numerous reports' received

Adobe buddies up with Microsoft for new ways to mine your data

Announces product integrations and new language for exchanging customer data

Google Spanner in the NewSQL works?

Don't decommission that MySQL server – yet

Like a BaaS: IBM offers Blockchain as a Service

Maybe you could pay with Bitcoin. Like at Microsoft. Oh wait*

BlackBerry admits dying BB10 is in pain

Official advice: Don’t touch that phone!

Big-in-Russia's Yandex launches itself at a Google world

First Look We slap Google-y eyes on the launcher

Open wide, Node.js! NodeSource will certify you now

Testing and ongoing checkups

Be our Guetzli, says Google, to make beastly JPEGs beautifully small

Image-shrinker can shrink pics by 45 per cent, but is cursed by heavy compute requirements

Microsoft kills Windows Vista on April 11: No security patches, no hot fixes, no support, nada

Not even if you've got lots of cash…

Microsoft really wants those MongoDB devs to move to DocumentDB

Mongo's wire protocol gets support, and there's a new connector for Spark too

Alexa: How do I get free AWS? Simples: Build more of ME!

Amazon throws AWS credits at Alexa dev fans

This week's top token gesture: Google Chrome chokes energy-hungry background tabs

But more could be done through better programming

NetBSD adds RPi Zero support with 7.1 release

And you can now use Google Compute Engine storage as a disk, you lucky people

Canonical preps security lifeboat, yells: Ubuntu 12.04 hold-outs, get in

Window XP moment for penguins

Microsoft's Slack-slapping 'Teams' slips into Office 365

It's on by default, right now, with extra love for Outlook and SharePoint

SAP pushes 25 patches and two patch patches

HANA User Self Service isn't meant to give crims self-service, but it can. And you can plug it

Cloudera blows sawdust off new data science workbench

Still keeping schtum on IPO, though

Google deploys flamethrower on Android ad-fraud apps

Stand by for 'targeted marketing'

Scott McNealy: Your data is safer with marketers than governments

Guess what the former Sun man runs now? Yup. A marketing company

Google briefly broke 'Droid Pay with last week's Android update

Which is why lucky Nexus owners have had two OS updates in a week

CA forks out $45m to make claims it screwed over US govt go away

Ex-employee turned whistleblower is $10m richer

Microsoft nicks one more Apple idea: An ad-supported OS

Windows as an adspam service?

Hold 'em, don't fold 'em: How to bite Bitcoin pools

Boffins demo withholding attack that could work on one ASIC and make an Evil Genius™ rich

'Jarvis' brings AI to the Linux command line, without Iron Man

Repo Roundup Microsoft's also advancing code cleanup tool DevSkim

Linus Torvalds explains how to Pull without jerking his chain

Linux 4.11 rc 2 is out, but not until after a little terse instruction on how to contribute

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