GitHub says it has found the problem and is working to resolve it.
Measures technologists can take to ensure the products they create are resistant to coercive control
Google, database and visualisation luminaries discuss the next stages in data democratisation
The latest version of iPhone OS will allow users to pin widgets with information on the home screen
The first wave of RPA may be over but it may have a big future in self-service IT
New one-time permissions feature in Android 11 allows users to give apps access camera, microphone and location for one time only
MongoDB is taking aim at developer silos, says senior product director Mat Keep
Members of the Microsoft's Windows Insider Programme will be the first to test the beta
Databases have become silos and this needs to change, says graph guru Marko Rodriguez
The latest version of Windows 10 was released last week
'If you pick any random PHP library it more than likely has a flaw,' says Veracode's Chris Eng
Alan Trefler expects to see further consolidation as RPA unicorns fail to live up to their early promise
Initial feedback from the early rings suggests there is still some work to complete on the code
'Much more than a technical framework, the five pillars are a vision for how we collaborate as a function'
The company says it will add a range of customisable templates to Teams in "coming months"
Five-week course covers how to deploy Rancher and manage Kubernetes
Becoming a COBOL expert could give you a well paid job for life, but is it a job you'd want?
Daily coronavirus update had to be delayed
Last month, Microsoft closed acquisition of 5G specialist Affirmed Networks
bet365's Sports Development team faced a number of severe hurdles as they looked to support and expand a rapidly growing website