Bitbucket and Github access tokens for Docker autobuilds also exposed
Facebook posts record profits but braces for Federal Trade Commission fine that could total $5bn
Wedlake Bell's James Castro-Edwards explains why Bounty received such a big fine under the old Data Protection Act - which would almost certainly have been much larger under GDPR
All change: How MariaDB handles transactional processing and analytics together on one database platform
Computing talks to MariaDB's Shane Johnson, about the MariaDB Platform's hybrid transactional/analytical processing capabilities
Reynolds CIO Richard Calder tells Computing how a flexible IT architecture has helped the fresh food distributor grow fast in uncertain times
They'll be treated as 'equal collaborators not a resource to be mined' Google promises .
Oracle and IBM elbowed out of JEDI defence cloud contract
DevOps specialists and site-reliability engineers are where the big money is made, suggests Stack Overflow
Adobe has also released seven updates fixing 43 security flaws - but Shockwave will remain unpatched against seven critical vulnerabilities
Hired CEO Mehul Patel reveals the most in-demand and lucrative computer languages that software engineers need to learn
EU data protection authority to investigate EU institutions' Microsoft cloud deals for GDPR compliance
European Data Protection Supervisor to examine EU deals with Microsoft over claims diagnostic data transfers could reveal personal information
GCHQ's Dr Ian Levy: Huawei is 'engineering like it's back in the year 2000'
Online Harms White Paper intended to tackle "illegal and unacceptable content"
Up to ten terabytes of data stolen from Citrix, ransomware outbreaks costing millions and software update systems compromised
A source close to the deal has told Computing that AECOM wants to fire IBM, while IBM is demanding payment for early termination
'Googlers Against Transphobia' demand removal of Heritage Foundation president from Google's newly established AI Ethics Council
TSB to bring its IT back in-house as Mike Errington takes over as CIO
It's not just about making sure you turn off that unused storage, it's about planning too.
Ocado Smart Platform to go live in Australia's Coles in the next four years, with warehouses in Sydney and Melbourne
Hackers digitally signed the malicious file with ASUS' own code-signing certificate
Google becomes fourth-biggest net contributor to EU budget over the past two years - just behind the UK, France and Germany
A panel of DevOps professionals including Ford and the Trainline explain how they measure their growth and maturity in their move towards a DevOps culture
CEO Reed Hastings sees Apple as a rival rather than a partner
Industrial systems of Norwegian aluminium producer targeted in cyber attack