Google could dump Java entirely - Oracle's bellicose legal action to blame?
HTC Vive and Oculus Rift offer great experiences, but the evolution of VR hardware and software is still at an early stage
Interest in DevOps is intense, but have the roles and responsibilities, even within organisations that have adopted it, really changed?
The Linux firm creates a reference platform using its Ubuntu Core
Blockchain-as-a-Service and open-sourcing of platform code among a slew of blockchain announcements from IBM
IBM determined not to miss out on the predicted blockchain boom
Microsoft previews developer services that will run on its Azure platform for inside customer data centres
Docker now has a rival for building and deploying containerised applications as rkt hits production ready status
237 projects received government assistance with expected £1.11bn contribution to economy
Dxw will use an agile development process to carry out improvements to the Department of Health intranet between now and the end of March
App developed in six weeks uses real-time analytics to alert customers on spending habits
Service up and down since early this morning in the UK
Want to earn £94k working for Aleksandra Orlov, but don't want to move to Peterborough? Come this way...
You have until Tuesday to get on 11 or Edge
Gartner Magic Quadrant 'pay for play': 'We don't know the result until we see the report' says SAP after fifth year at the top
'Very fair' process of fact checking drives Gartner report, says SAP ERP manager
Extravagant claims about how blockchain could change banking and bring about Internet 2.0 have left John Leonard wanting to find out more
"There now needs to be an expectation of outage, rather than uptime" comments Mimecast
Apologises via blog, but is the damage done?
Microsoft is back on the warpath with 'additional upgrade scenarios' for forced Windows 10 downloads
'AllowOSUpgrade' is switching back on, downloading renamed binaries once again
Make developers responsible for security from the start, argues MWR InfoSecurity's Filippos Raditsas
Ding-dong the wicked witch is (almost) dead
Is Microsoft making a serious play for Salesforce's crown with Power Apps and new Dynamics 2016 features?
'Salesforce are a partner from our perspective' swears Microsoft
Don't blame data scientists if they are not adding value: blame the management, says head of analytics at Tessella
'Data science is relatively new business tool and one that is poorly understood by business,' Clarke says, arguing for better communication from the business of what is required
SMACK stands for Spark, Mesos, Akka, Cassandra and Kafka - a combination that's being adopted for 'fast data' problems, as Patrick McFadin of DataStax explains
Stop going on about petabytes of data and get on with creating data-driven applications, urges senior architect Natalino Busa