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Jan 21
'Please download in Microsoft Excel': Meet the tech set to monitor IT performance across central UK government

Influencing billions in spending, the Cabinet Office will keep tabs on Whitehall with... a spreadsheet?!?

Jan 20
First they came for Notepad. Now they're coming for Task Manager

Is nothing safe from the dead hand of the Windows 11 design aesthetic?

Jan 20
The robots are coming! 12 million jobs lost to automation in Europe by 2040 - analyst

Ageing populations, competition, cost-cutting and COVID-19 driving increased adoption

Jan 20
Lots of new toys, caps lock still stuck on: ONLYOFFICE hits version 7

LibreOffice alternative unfurls latest productivity software update

Jan 20
AI tool finds hundreds of genes related to human motor neuron disease

Breakthrough could lead to development of drugs to target illness

Jan 19
Version 7 of WINE is better than ever at running Windows apps where they shouldn't

Improved graphics card, multi-monitor, Direct3D, and 64-bit support

Jan 19
UK government backs away from proposals to remove individuals' rights to challenge AI decision making

Meanwhile, ICO says government should not be choosing its CEO in debate over its future independence

Jan 19
UK police lack framework for adopting new tech like AI and face recognition, Lords told

Governance structure is 'a bush, not a tree' - whatever that means

Jan 19
Tesla driver charged with vehicular manslaughter after deadly Autopilot crash

Prosecution seems to be first of its kind in America

Jan 18
Microsoft seems intent on buying the gaming industry with $68.7bn purchase of troubled Activision Blizzard

'Creative success and autonomy go hand-in-hand with treating every person with dignity and respect'

Jan 15
Tesla Full Self-Driving videos prompt California's DMV to rethink policy on accidents

Plus: AI systems can identify different chess players by their moves and more

Jan 15
Tesla Full Self-Driving videos are prompt California's DMV to rethink policy on accidents

Plus: AI systems can identify different chess players by their moves and more

Jan 15
Alibaba ponders its crystal ball to spy coming advances in AI and silicon photonics

Machine learning to propel us into glorious era of scientific discovery

Jan 14
Google says open source software should be more secure

At the White House Open Source Summit, the Chocolate Factory floated a few ideas to make that happen

Jan 13
Games Workshop has chucked another £500k at entrenched ERP project with no end to epic battle in sight

Plans for new online shop get seal of approval despite Microsoft Dynamics delays

Jan 13
Open source maintainer threatens to throw in the towel if companies won't ante up

Apache PLC4X creator ends free support, asks for payment for his work

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Jan 21
'Please download in Microsoft Excel': Meet the tech set to monitor IT performance across central UK government

Influencing billions in spending, the Cabinet Office will keep tabs on Whitehall with... a spreadsheet?!?

Jan 20
First they came for Notepad. Now they're coming for Task Manager

Is nothing safe from the dead hand of the Windows 11 design aesthetic?

Jan 20
The robots are coming! 12 million jobs lost to automation in Europe by 2040 - analyst

Ageing populations, competition, cost-cutting and COVID-19 driving increased adoption

Jan 20
Lots of new toys, caps lock still stuck on: ONLYOFFICE hits version 7

LibreOffice alternative unfurls latest productivity software update