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Skype for Biz users: Go watch nature vids. Microsoft wants you to get good at migration

New roadmap for Teams does everything but name Skype's death date

Ballmer once yelled: Developers, developers! Today it would be: Docs! Support! Certificates!

Analysis Coders want more than merely moolah, poll finds

No, Windows 10 hasn’t beaten Windows 7’s market share. Not for sure, anyway

OS-detection services disagree on which Windows reigns

OpenWall unveils kernel protection project

Guarding the kernel against unauthorised changes

Open source turns 20 years old, looks to attract normal people

Feature Who knew sharing would transform an industry?

You can find me in da club, database full of faces… but this ain't privacy watchers' jam

Facial recognition app promises to verify your age to bouncers

No Windows 10, no Office 2019, says Microsoft

Support will also end on the same day Office 2016 shuffles off

SAP made a mistake on its own blog - mobile platform to survive

UPDATE Cloud-herding plan still in force

Tech bad-boy Uber crafts tool to make staff follow the rules in future (er, coding rules, that is)

Kneel before NEAL, devs

What a Hancock-up: MP's social network app is a privacy disaster

Digital secretary ups ante, but users say it's riddled with bugs

ServiceNow plans non-devs writing non-code for real enterprise apps

Pledges simple workflow creation tools as next act after grand Q4 and FY 2017

Tech biz boss slipped Detroit's IT chief bungs in restaurant bathrooms to bag software deals, prosecutors claim

He was flush with cash, allegedly

1,900 rotten apps bounced out of Google Play every day in 2017

Developers, developers, developers – sigh – 100,000 of them were booted too!

SAP slurps up CRM biz Callidus for $2.4bn, pants: Look, cloud bookings are up!

*Cough* Bulk of sales still licences and support *cough*

Buzzzz... gulp. What the heck was that? Drone air traffic app maker swallows $4.5m

Altitude Angel to use cash to swoop on Europe, N America

Ubuntu reverting to Xorg in Bionic Beaver

Wayland doesn't share nicely, and its crashes are catastrophic

Firefox to emit ‘occasional sponsored story’ in ads test

Privacy preserved, promise, because Mozilla wants to reinvent web ads

Apple whispers farewell to macOS Server

All the bits that make it a server are being deprecated

I want life to be boring, says Linus Torvalds as Linux 4.15 debuts

But Linux overlord braces for more Meltdown/Spectre excitement as kernelistas clean up remaining CPU messes

Fancy coughing up for a £2,000 'nanodegree' in flying car design?

Comment You can muck about with Python and flight sims at home. For free

Ever wondered why tech products fail so frequently? No, me neither

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Celestial choirs are coming to your screen soon

Google slaps mute button on stupid ads that nag you to buy stuff you just looked at

Chocolate Factory touts more ways to blast banners

You had one job, Outlook! Security bug fix stops mail app from forwarding attachments

That's one way to stay secure

GitHub shrugs off drone maker DJI's crypto key DMCA takedown effort

Updated Yes, keys your devs put in public repos got forked. RTFM

Google can't innovate anymore, exiting programmer laments

Steve Yegge torches Chocolate Factory on his way out

Microsoft whips out tool so you can measure Windows 10's data-slurping creepiness

Diagnostic Data Viewer gives users a peek into what Redmond gathers from your PC

Maverick internet cop Chrome 64 breaks rules to thwart malvert scum

Google bans forced redirects used by Zirconium to infect Macs, PCs with nasties

Samba 4.8 to squish scaling bug that Tridge himself coded in 2009

French government is going large with open source file server, new tweaks will help

Facebook invents new unit of time to measure modern attention spans: 1/705,600,000 of a sec

FB VR devs invite you to flick the screen rate

Linux 4.15 becomes slowest release since 2011

It needs a ninth release candidate, thanks in part to Meltdown and Spectre

Linux's Grsecurity dev team takes blog 'libel' fight to higher court

Meanwhile, Bruce Perens wants his legal bills footed

NHS: Thanks for the free work, Linux nerds, now face our trademark cops

Devs quit, suggest Britain's health service bosses used them to bag Microsoft deal

Hehe, still writing code for a living? It's 2018. You could be earning x3 as a bug bounty hunter

Oh, yeah, and learning new tricks and protecting stuff, sure

SAP boss promises to cull marketing dross on community network

Bill McDermott admits hub was seen as a 'channel to promote corporate messages'

Flying on its own, Thunderbird seeks input on new look

Brings in designers to apply a new coat of UI before world thinks it looks too shabby to run

Upset Equation Editor was killed off? Now you can tell Microsoft to go forth and multiply: App back from the dead

Micro patch rejuvenates abandoned Office add-on

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