Safari is crippling the mobile market, and we never even noticed [Tue May 24 2022]

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Safari is crippling the mobile market, and we never even noticed

With web apps, Apple insists on taking the pith helmet

 
 

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Infosys board asks boss Salil Parekh to stay another 5 years

As staff churn at 27% a year, senior execs offered lots of shares to keep growth coming

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Google picks business chiefs for European Advisory Board

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FTC urged to protect data privacy of women visiting abortion clinics

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Zuckerberg sued for alleged role in Cambridge Analytica data-slurp scandal

I can prove CEO was 'personally involved in Facebook’s failure to protect privacy', DC AG insists

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Florida's content-moderation law kept on ice, likely unconstitutional, court says

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US-APAC trade deal leaves out Taiwan, military defense not ruled out

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A peek into Gigabyte's GPU Arm for AI, HPC shops

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To multicloud, or not: Former PayPal head of engineering weighs in

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Dell's rugged Latitude 5430 laptop is quick and pretty – but also bulky and heavy

Survives all manner of indiginities in Reg tests but may stuggle to cross over from boots to suits

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AMD reveals 5nm Ryzen 7000 powered by Zen 4 cores

AM5 socket to bring desktop CPUs to life in late 2022, mid-range laptop CPU to follow

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Screencastify fixes bug that would have let rogue websites spy on webcams

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Microsoft sounds the alarm on – wait for it – a Linux botnet

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South Korean and US presidents gang up on North Korea's cyber-offensives

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GitLab version 15 goes big on visibility and observability

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Upgrading to Android 12.1 ... in Windows 11: Telemetry disabled by default

Dev Channel Insiders get Windows Subsystem for Android updates

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Clearview AI fined millions in the UK: No 'lawful reason' to collect Brits' images

Notorious selfie-scraper must pay $9.43 million – less than half of predicted fine – says data regulator

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Safari is crippling the mobile market, and we never even noticed

With web apps, Apple insists on taking the pith helmet

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Beware the fury of a database developer torn from tables and SQL

Not so much process privilege rings, more circles of hell

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Broadcom in talks to buy VMware: multiple reports

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Linus Torvalds debuts 'boring old plain' Linux kernel 5.18

Adds 'feature activation' for Intel silicon, but Chipzilla still isn't saying what that means

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