Document database biz cosies up to new and old-skool devs
A simpler time at your fingertips
SMB1 networking and Media Center content playback revived
For now, let's ponder browser version 61 adding code that lets extensions close tabs
Gemini reels in Sailfish
Hadoop-flinger aims to win over devs with shiny analytics tools
A cross-vendor framework for edge functionality is no small task
Google puts Mavericks on a cargo plane outta Hong Kong
Alexa? Siri? Do you know what's up? Asking cos Splunk says replacements will target 'different form factors'
Rose-tinted spectacles ON. Nope, not doing anything
If you're wondering about versions 13 and 14, ask superstitious folk
Overheating data centres, Bing Visual Search, acquisitions – it's the week at Redmond
Early data reveals most users run a single CPU, 4GB of RAM, one 1080P monitor
And get their timing right so that fixes aren't features
HAL 9000 is here – and it's plugged into your HR system
Updated Clients of online abuse-fighting upstart cry foul over being 'royally screwed'
Poll Prepare for audit after inevitable change, says Oracle licensing consultant
Updated Hired to assess migration chaos, Big Blue suggests lack of rigorous go-live criteria
An easy way to create automated user-interface tests
Preview release arrives to entice devs who believe cross-platform code is a good idea
Claims German biz used ERP to 'lure' them into joint venture
Mobe UX goodies for 2018 leak
China, you see, has its own chocolate factories
Updated MSR's E2 processor EDGEs into public view... with a little help from Qualcomm, too
We'll forgive you if you change your ways, says Linux giant
Apple hauled into US Supreme Court over, no, not ebooks, patents, staff wages, keyboards... but its App Store
'Monopoly' game continues
Farewell, dear app, we hardly knew ye (which might have been the problem)
Evidence sought on software 'defeat device'
Interview Language creator calls proposals 'insanity'
UK users waiting for emails to download ponder early start to weekend
Interview What open-sourcery is this?
Google pours simple coding tools to deepen dev pool
Claims it’s the least complaint-generating Windows ever
Machine-learning suite ends its sloppy packaging ways after Debian dev roasts Redmond
We gotta put this in context, cos that's what Microsoft says matters these days
Updated What? Remember that Redmond’s added support to 2026 and this makes sense