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Apple's magical quality engineering strikes again: You may want to hold off that macOS High Sierra update...

Because 10.13.4 is seemingly unstable and performing poorly

Twenty years ago today: Windows 98 crashed live on stage with Bill Gates. Let's watch it again...

Video Relive that sphincter-loosening Blue Screen of Death

Oracle pledges annual Solaris updates for you to install each summer

And a plan to have users of Sun hardware upgrade if they want Solaris 11.4 and proper patches

Oracle demands dev tear down iOS app that has 'JavaScript' in its name

Ordinary folk may be confused by title, takedown demand suggests

Chrome 66: Get into the bin, auto-playing vids and Symantec certs!

Lucky 66 lands, complete with Spectre mitigations

Windows 10 Spring Creators Update team explains the hold-up: You little BSOD!

Microsoft Windows Insider chief 'fesses up to potential blue-screen inducing glitch

SAP okays Java EE being Eclipsed, six months after Oracle's announcement

But warns it will bail if something better comes along

Windows Admin Center: Vulture gets claws on browser-based server admin

Hands On ... but finds some glitches

Linus Torvalds schedules Linux Kernel 5.0, then maybe delays 'meaningless' release

Definitely hails amazing shrinking kernel in 4.17 rc1

Go away, kid, you bother me: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla kick W3C nerds to the curb

Web standards body dressed down in spec spat

Former DXC UK chief Wilson lands at Micro Focus

From one burning deck to another

British government to ink deal for yet another immigration database

Exclusive Only £347m wasted in last overhaul

Google's not-Linux OS documentation cracks box open at last

'The Book', a first-draft programmer's Fuchsia how-to

It's April 2018, and we've had to sit on this Windows 10 Spring Creators Update headline for days

Bug gives Microsoft cold feet

Aw, all grown up: Mozilla moves WebAssembly into sparsely furnished Studio apartment

Invites devs for tour amid ongoing construction

Skype for Business has nasty habit of closing down… for business

It's not just you, VoIP app is prone to failures

Cisco shrinks Tetration for ESX and SaaS

See? We really are a software company now!

Get the FTP outta here, says Firefox

Apparently someone still uses src to suck content into web pages from FTP servers

JPEG XS pre-standard implementations emerging

Image boffins readying streaming codec for VR, cars, drones

Are you SAP-py now?! ERP giant overhauls pricing model following indirect access drama

Audit and sales departments to be split up too

Modern life is rubbish – so why not take a trip down memory lane with Windows File Manager?

Open-source party like it's 1990... Nein?

Accenture, Capgemini, Deloitte creating app to register 3m EU nationals living in Brexit Britain

Great, now we just need to agree the policy

Twitter API overhaul threatens to seriously shaft apps... again

Updated Devs get nervous as streams interface sunset approaches with no replacement ready

Facebook dynamites its own APIs amid data slurp scandals, wrecks data slurp applications

And quietly cancels plan to gobble hospital patient info

iOS 11.3 update throws Jamf-managed iStuffs into a loop.. into a loop.. into a loop... into a...

In Cupertino, MDM stands for 'Managed Device Misery'

Spring is all about new beginnings, but it could already be lights out for Windows' Fluent Design

It's hard to see where Microsoft will take the standard if third parties won't go near it

Tor ‘sunsets’ secure Messenger that never exited beta

Cross-platform chat client crueled by death of code underpinnings

Linux 4.16 arrives, keeps melting Meltdown, preps to axe eight CPUs

Kernel team mulls ditching chip architectures nobody used

Microsoft's Windows supremo Terry Myerson is now Terry BYE-rson

Top Redmond exec defenestrates self amid biz reshuffle

BlackBerry calls out between two worlds: Microsoft, Dynamics sandboxes walk with me

When container realms collide

Happy as Larry: Why Oracle won the Google Java Android case

Comment Get a licence or build something new. It's really that simple

Microsoft Store adds ‘private audience’ apps to its Store

A velvet rope for digital tat, to help with betas, promos and maybe Windows 10 S

Six months on, and let's check in on those 'stuttering' Windows 10 PCs. Yep, still stuttering

Gamers say performance woes haven't been addressed as Spring Creators Update looms

Java-aaaargh! Google faces $9bn copyright bill after Oracle scores 'fair use' court appeal win

You thought this was over? You thought wrong, laughs Larry

Microsoft loves Linux so much it wants someone else to build distros for its Windows Store

WSL blueprint open-sourced to tempt distro makers

Mac fans' eyes mist over: Someone's re-created HyperCard

Video ViperCard takes a bite out of old-style programming

Software gremlin robs Formula 1 world champ of season's first win

Talk about being in the pits: Hamilton, Mercedes gutted after weekend timing glitch

Linus Torvalds says new Linux lands next week and he’s sticking to that … for now

Bloated rc7 may or not be a sign of delays

More ad-versarial tech: Mozilla to pop limited ad blocker into Firefox

Deteriorating web prompts browser maker to take a stand

UK Court of Appeal settles reseller's question: Is software a good?

The answer may dismay and confuse you

Zucker for history: What I learnt about Facebook 600 years ago

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Zuckerberg, Gutenberg, let's call the whole thing off

Five things you need to know about Microsoft's looming Windows 10 Spring Creators Update

Poll Yeah, it's an El Reg listicle. What of it?

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