'Willoughby-Hoye' python scripts produced different results depending on the operating systems on which they were run
Bill McDermott to be replaced by Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein as co-CEOs
Solid developer and inrupt advisor on progress with Berners-Lee's vision of re-decentralising the web.
Twitter took mobile phone numbers provided by users for two-factor authentication and used them for targeted advertising
Latest MacOS marks the end of the road for the two-decade-old music app
Linus Torvalds dismisses 'anti-Microsoft stuff', claims Microsoft is now 'much friendlier' towards Linux
Microsoft first announced its love for Linux in 2015 shortly after Satya Nadella became CEO
Graph databases are shaped the way we think, so why can't people get their heads around them?
New Department of Homeland Security biometrics system will identify people by scars, tattoos and palm prints
The cloud-based system will be able to identify people through scars and tattoos
While patched in December 2017, a number of recent Android smartphones have been exploited in the wild
All Windows 7 support programmes will end in January 2023
Vote for your favourite technology products - and technology hero - in Computing's annual Technology Product Awards 2019
Many businesses could be transformed by the strategic adoption of APIs, cloud services, artificial intelligence and big data
Latest update to iOS 13 fixes all the security flaws missed in last week's update
Interview: MongoDB cofounder Eliot Horowitz - 'I'd like to see a fair fight with the cloud providers'
Horowitz discusses MongoDB's licensing and how he wants to see more VC money being ploughed into core open source
IP troll tries its chances with non-profit GNOME Foundation over patent claim defeated by Garmin
New Windows 10 build comes with a setting to automatically restart UWP apps when a user signs back in to a PC
Apple promises to fix security issue that enables devs offering third-party keyboard to exfiltrate keystroke data
Why IT companies are turning to open source to address the shortage of graduates, an ageing workforce and the changing working habits
Windows Defender 'Quick' and 'Full' scans failed, leading to numerous complaints
Oracle claims that Oracle Autonomous Linux can tune and patch itself without human intervention
And not for the first time. In July, the Windows 7 security update was also found to have installed telemetry onto users' systems
Google plays catch-up after Mozilla announced plans to introduce DNS-over-HTTPS by default in Firefox
Seventeen 'critical' vulnerabilities patched, while 62 were rated as 'important'
New triple-camera iPhone 11s, Apple Watch 5, updated entry-level iPad and new games and TV services showcased