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Black Horse Down: Lloyds Banking Group goes TITSUP*

Lloyds lost, Halif*xed, and Bank of Scotland scotched

Disney-branded internet filter had Mickey Mouse security

23 vulnerabilities let rats run riot, even as kids' eyes were kept innocent

Car insurers recoil in horror from paying auto autos' speeding fines

AEV Bill UK driverless revolution means you'll stump up if your robot chauffeur gets it wrong

Google lets Android devs see nanosecond-level GNSS data

Location, location, location ... for testing and research only

Fresh bit o' Linux to spruce up that ancient Windows Vista box? Why not, we say...

Review Q4OS. Oh, gesundheit. Oh, that's the distro, is it...

Licensing rejig and standard price rises set for Windows Server 2016

Be afraid, very afraid

IBM offloads Notes and Domino to India's HCL Technologies

'Partnership' will see HCL run future development, starting with version 10 in 2018

Don't be a turkey: Help Linus Torvalds finish Linux 4.14 before it ruins Thanksgiving

RC7 is out and Linus would like to avoid rc8 if possible

Scroll, scroll, scroll your note gently down the screen. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, FB's code's a dream

Open-source Sections added to Facebook's Litho UI

SAP to ban commission on public sector deals in countries at risk of corruption

Legal action taken against 3 after South African scandal

Mauritian code-cutters to help deliver TLS 1.3 members prepping for IETF 100 hackathon

ServiceNow to go mobile after strong Q3

Products beyond ITSM speed up, SkyGiraffe acquisition should make users 'appy

The net's a sprawling data mire – sprays away the gunk

Elastic Search and Lucene underlie freemium web text search and analysis tool

Happy New Year! Love, Microsoft: Price rises? Aw, you shouldn't have

Exclusive Services Provider Licensing Agreements to jump 10% in 2018

Forget One Windows, Microsoft says it's time to modernize your apps

Unpicking Redmond's strategy for devs following the launch of an updated Visual Studio

Neo4j moves up stack: Ahem. We're a graph company, not a graph database company

CEO: Are we scared of Oracle moving in on our space? Nope

Oracle users meet behind closed doors: Psst – any licensing tips?

Anonymity crucial for discussion of software asset management in a cloudy world

How to make your HTML apps suck less, actually make some money

Chrome Dev Summit Google is here to help, really

Google emits tools to make cross-platform HTML apps less tragic

Chrome Dev Summit Lots and lots of data dumped online plus keys to escape browsers

What’s the real point of being a dev? It's saving management from themselves

Comment Insubordination in the face of impossible fads

Ubuntu 17.10: We're coming GNOME! Plenty that's Artful in Aardvark, with a few Wayland wails

You've got to admit, Canonical has guts

Facebook tackles race hate problem head on with programming tool

Clashing threads put in their place by RacerD

Let's dig into how open source could KO the Silicon Valley chat silos

Interview Open Xchange boss maps out IMAP scheme

Samsung to let proper Linux distros run on Galaxy smartmobes

Even penguintastic desktops when lodged in DeX dock

Microsoft concedes to Mozilla: Redmond will point web API docs at Moz Dev Network

Firefox, IE, Chrome makers: One manual to rule them all

Windows Fall Creators Update is here: What do you want first – bad news or good news?

Hands On Cortana is broken, intrusive, but still a must-have upgrade

So the 'Year of Linux' never happened. When is it Chrome OS's turn?

Seeing that the Pixelbook costs $999, don't hold your breath

Programming bootcamp compiles $375,000 check after triggering New York AG's error handlers

Analysis Flatiron School accused of operating without license, cocking up grad claims

Microsoft faces Dutch crunch over Windows 10 private data slurp

Stop us if you've heard this one before: Euros angry over privacy policy

I love disruptive computer jargon. It's so very William Burroughs

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Let's all affirmerate our modes of acceptancy

Open source sets sights on killing WhatsApp and Slack

Exclusive See this IMAP, Zuck? It's pointing right at you

Fear the SAP-slap? Users can anonymously submit questions about licensing naughtiness

Better than having to stump up £54.5m in back payments

Outlook, Office 2007 slowly taken behind the shed, shots heard

Farewell, you're out of extended support: No more updates, security fixes from Microsoft

Visual Studio Team Services having some 'performance issues'

Microsoft suspects 'code change' behind slow calls

Kotlin's killin' Java among Android devs

By the end of 2018, says Realm, Kotlin will overtake Java for Android apps

Cortana, please finish my sentences in Skype texts for me

Redmond's AI assistant can now scan your messages and make your more eloquent

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