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Facebook benefits from formalising management of open source

Facebook is now contributing more to external open source projects and keeping closer tabs on its own open source efforts read more »

Microsoft fixes IE memory problems on Patch Tuesday

Windows and Office also got patches this month read more »

Raspberry Pi 2 gets major speed boost and - shock - Windows 10 support

But price stays the same read more »

Microsoft results buoyed by cloud products, but profit drops

Commercial cloud revenue more than doubled, but consumer software sales were disappointing read more »

What if Windows 10 fails?

For the first time since Windows 3.1, the success or failure of a new Microsoft operating system version carries consequences. read more »

Microsoft abruptly dumps free public Patch Tuesday alerts

For the first time in a decade, Microsoft did not give all customers advance warning of next week's upcoming Patch Tuesday slate read more »

The year TVs got much too complicated

Four competing TV platforms could spell confusion for consumers read more »

The 'grinch' isn't a Linux vulnerability, Red Hat says

The way Linux handles user permissions could still lead to potential misuse, security researchers say read more »

The party's over for Microsoft CEO Nadella

The honeymoon period didn't last long read more »

Dell: For Windows Server 2003, the end is closer than you'd think

Next July, Microsoft will cease supporting Windows Server 2003, giving businesses a chance to modernize their IT architecture read more »

Microsoft tells Windows 10 users to uninstall Office

Microsoft has taken the unusual step of telling users running Windows 10's Technical Preview to uninstall Office before applying one of today's Patch Tuesday updates. read more »

Windows 10 no 'loss leader' for Microsoft, but making money may rely on services

Details of the Windows 10 business model will be announced early in 2015 read more »

Brewin Dolphin to pay £34m to leave JHC IT contract

Firm already wrote off a botched £12.1 million stock broking and wealth management system which dented its profits read more »

Chrome for OS X turns 64-bit, forsakes early Intel Macs

Google today released Chrome 39, the company's first 64-bit browser for OS X from its "stable" channel. read more »

Windows XP's user share plunge not real, just a data adjustment

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OpenStack users identify upgrades as ‘pain point’

OpenStack Foundation vows to tackle tricky software upgrades read more »

Suse enterprise Linux can take your system back in time

Which will be handy when configuration changes don't go well read more »

Android browser flaw found to leak data

JAvascript handling flaw leaves potential gateway for hackers read more »

Microsoft's custom Windows OS now on Galileo Gen2 board

Microsoft has expanded its program to put Windows on smaller, power-constrained devices read more »

SocGen supports DevOps transformation with Oracle DBaas

French investment bank sets up VBlock private cloud read more »


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