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EU to make USB-C common charging port for most electronic devices

Commissioner to device makers: 'We're not forcing anybody to enter the internal market, but if they want to do so, they must comply'

 

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Digital sovereignty gives European cloud a 'window of opportunity'

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UK Home Office awards Oracle a deal extension worth tens of millions

Fellow travelers in the Whitehall shared services journey await their SaaS move

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IBM finally shutters Russian operations, lays off staff

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Cable cut blamed for global four-hour internet disruption

Google Cloud, OVHcloud say everything's getting back to normal, which is a shame

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The only way to ease transition back to office is reduce the time in the office

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EU to make USB-C common charging port for most electronic devices

Commissioner to device makers: 'We're not forcing anybody to enter the internal market, but if they want to do so, they must comply'

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China 'must seize TSMC' if the US were to impose sanctions

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'However, enterprise demand continues to persist across our entire portfolio,' says CEO

IETF publishes HTTP/3 RFC to take the web from TCP to UDP

Maps HTTP to QUIC to speed the web

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Flying weapons offered as solution to US school shootings

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IBM buys Randori to address multicloud security messes

Big Blue joins the hot market for infosec investment

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Enemies Waymo, Uber now friends making self-driving-ish trucks for US highways

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US Copyright Office sued for denying AI model authorship of digital image

What do we want? Robot rights! When do we want them? 01001110 01101111 01110111!

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IBM AI boat to commemorate historic US Mayflower voyage finally lands… in Canada

Nearly two years late and in the wrong country, we welcome our robot overlords

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Nvidia taps Intel’s Sapphire Rapids CPU for Hopper-powered DGX H100

A win against AMD as a much bigger war over AI compute plays out

MongoDB announces columnstore indexing for its document database

Boost to in-database analytics should help replace some human decision-making, vendor claims

Microsoft updates Azure Form Recognizer: Invoices go multi-language

Power Apps Express Design doesn't get to have all the AI fun

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GitLab spots huge opportunity for DevOps platform as revenue soars

All companies will need to embrace modern software development, says CEO, and we'll be waiting for them

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Buoyant tech sector bucking the UK trend, says consultancy

Tech jobs – and salaries – look safe despite cooling economy

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No, OpenAI's image-making DALL·E 2 doesn't understand some secret language

Plus: Who is responsible for libel by ML models, and more

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Wordle recreated in Pascal for the Multics operating system

Why? I had motivation problems and wanted to kill a few hours, says dev

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Japan's asteroid probe reportedly found 20 amino acids

They're the stuff of life, so the fact they're floating around out there is very exciting

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US tweaks requirement for investors to dump Chinese tech stocks

Stockholders can keep shares in Huawei, SMIC, and Inpsur - they're just not allowed to sell

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