HPE is moving its entire product portfolio to subscription-based as-a-service offerings
New features rolled out with MongoDB 4.2 and the Atlas managed cloud service
Pull Reminders, Pull Analytics, and Pull Assigner now available free in the GitHub Marketplace
Huawei is reportedly seeking to use its new operating system in a variety of gadgets
Last week's Build 18912 of Windows 10 contained mostly system improvements
Deepfake of Mark Zuckerberg published on Instagram to challenge Facebook's laissez-faire deepfakes policy
Will Mark Zuckerberg order deletion of 'deepfake' of himself or abide by Facebook's deepfakes policies?
Of 88 vulnerabilities, 66 are rated as 'important'
Tech skills shortages are increasing every year, and large corporates are worst affected - Harvey Nash
Every year, the IT skills shortage worsens, warns Harvey Nash CEO Albert Ellis, with the fields of big data, security and AI most acutely affected
'MS Celeb' database had scraped images and videos published online under a Creative Commons open-source licence
Whitman claims that Lynch only informed her of impending quarterly revenue shortfalls at Autonomy at 'the eleventh hour'
SwiftUI framework is a new declarative UI coding structure enabling developers to create native apps across Apple's platforms
Unification of MacOS and iOS taken one step closer
Software giants face stiff competition from newcomers, claims Seth Ravin. SAP begs to differ
MacOS zero-day flaw bypasses security protections to take advantage of 'synthetic events' automation feature
BMW Car IT's Jonas Sticha and Christian Hoff explain how they developed a proof-of-concept in-car app using Red Hat, Kubernetes and MQTT
Apple creates a 'Principles and Practices' web page to justify its 30 per cent App Store commission and business practices
The true heir to the “any app, any device” mantra?
Windows Sandbox is intended to help Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise users test untrusted code and websites in a secure environment
Backbytes: If social media firms can see inside black holes they can create cast-iron age verification, claims Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield
Who on Earth would drive a Facebook driverless car?
More exploit code released by security researcher, including three zero-days and one only patched by Microsoft earlier this month
Microsoft says it is taking a 'measured and throttled approach' to the launch of the May 2019 Update
Hotel group is overhailing its tech stack to meet demand for more tailored services
The South Korean government has balked at the cost of continuing to maintain Windows 7 beyond January next year
With open source filling mission-critical niches everywhere, we look at the drivers