A certain millennial turned 30 this week: Welcome to middle age, Microsoft Excel
Launched a million business plans, sank Lotus...
24 Nov 10:02
10 years of the Kindle and the curious incident of a dog in the day-time
Something for the Weekend, Sir?Feel the full weight of Jerusalem, base cur!
24 Nov 09:35
Linus Torvalds on security: 'Do no harm, don't break users'
Fixing for the sake of security alone means 'all your work was just masturbation'
24 Nov 08:02
Fujitsu imagines adjusting your rear view mirror for better hearing
Yes, hearing: vibrating glass turns mirror into 'superdirective speaker'
24 Nov 07:02
Firefox to warn users who visit p0wned sites
Do you really want to go there? And does Mozilla, which hasn't figured out how to do this and preserve security, privacy
24 Nov 00:55
VMware refuses to support its wares running in Azure
Who is Microsoft's mystery partner? We think it's a hyperconverged player
23 Nov 23:35
Clone poster girl Dolly the sheep's arthritis was 'normal for her age'
Boffins say health issues were not related to genetic wizardry
23 Nov 16:57
Royal Navy destroyer leaves Middle East due to propeller problems
For once it's not an engine breakdown
23 Nov 16:22
Sci-Hub domains inactive following court order
'Free science'/pirate site operator 'working on solving DNS issue'
23 Nov 14:59
Someone told Google to nuke links to mean reviews of disgraced telco True Telecom
And Mountain View obliged
23 Nov 14:32
Abolish the Telly Tax? Fat chance, say MPs at non-binding debate
125,000 people tried – and failed
23 Nov 12:43
Ed Vaizey is right, Matt Hancock hasn't improved broadband
Comment'Hancock pinched all my ideas' jokes former digi minister
23 Nov 12:15
Wizarding World of Harry Potter awaits Microsoft Office exam winners
23 Nov 10:56
Continuous Lifecycle: Blind-bird tickets set to fly off for good
EventsJust one week left to save £££
23 Nov 10:28
StorONE 're-invents' storage stack to set hardware free
AnalysisAfter 6 years of work, 35 people in StorOne say storage industry's wrong
23 Nov 09:34
Stick to the script, kiddies: Some dos and don'ts for the workplace
Get your filthy, fallible hands out of filthy, fallible Github
23 Nov 09:05
Sorry 'strange physics' fans, IceCube finds the Standard Model stands
VideoBoffins finds neutrinos sometimes collide with Earth instead of passing through
23 Nov 07:04
To fix Intel's firmware fiasco, wait for Christmas Eve or 2018
And cross your fingers: 'TBD' is the scheduled date for hundreds of PC fixes
23 Nov 07:02
Devs working to stop Go math error bugging crypto software
Programming language makes some fuzzy big numbers
23 Nov 03:42
Facebook notifications to reveal who saw dodgy Russian election ads
This may explain why you've craved Vlad Putin's borscht recipe since mid-2016
23 Nov 01:16
FCC boss Ajit Pai emits his net neutrality extermination plan
Just in time for Thanksgiving when no one will notice
22 Nov 20:46
Aussie Catholic School forced into hasty cover-up over suggestive Saint
Off-shored statue offered a curious roll
22 Nov 18:35
Apple quietly wheels out 'Voxelnet' driverless car tech paper
We'd ask them what it means, but, uh...
22 Nov 16:58
Permissionless data slurping: Why Google's latest bombshell matters
CommentAre you in control?
22 Nov 16:09
Budget 2017: How to make a downbeat forecast sound better. Say 'tech' a lot?
Trebling comp sci teachers, digi tax evaders clampdown
22 Nov 14:47
Ads watchdog to BT: We say your itsy bitsy, teeny weeny Ts&Cs too small for screeny
Broadband TV spot hid key details in hard-to-read text
22 Nov 14:07
Possible cut to British F-35 order considered before Parliament
MoD claims it's still committed but warns of 'uncertainty'
22 Nov 13:05
Peers told to push for cut-price access to med tech developed with NHS data
But for Pete's sake, don’t recommend another new body
22 Nov 12:36