Mr Torvalds took a short break from the Linux world to get help to become more polite to engineers.
The carrier's also been busy dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.
Chevy's full-size SUV can be remarkably value-packed on the low end, or alarmingly pricey on the high end.
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Today, Dell announced availability of new models in its Latitude Rugged and Latitude Rugged Extreme laptop lines: the 5420, 5424, and 7424. These follow up on the previous 4414 and 7414 models.
The line is aimed at professional users working in factories, on offshore oil-rigs, in the military, in disaster-relief situations, and the like. Dell says it chose the Latitude brand, which is usually targeted at the enterprise space, in part because it aims to align the configurations of its Rugged and Extreme Rugged lines with those of the standard Latitude line in such a way that administrators can use the same image to deploy and manage systems across product lines.
Instagram has overtaken Snapchat as the most used social media app among US teens, says a study.
Chaebol says development is done and dusted
Samsung Mobile (or at least a fan blog) has claimed development of its graphene battery technology is, er, all wrapped up, raising hopes of finding them in products soon.…
Carbon dating places it as oldest complete wreck
A bunch of maritime archaeologists, scientists and surveyors have discovered at the bottom of the Black Sea what is thought to be the oldest intact shipwreck – at a whopping 2,400 years.…
The 15p fee will be handed to drivers to help them pay for an all-electric car, says ride-hailing firm
A look at some of the photos I took with Apple's newest iPhone (and a test of Portrait Mode's limits).
Brit grocer says it shouldn't be held responsible for criminal actions of worker
Morrisons has vowed to take its hack liability fight to the UK Supreme Court after failing to convince Court of Appeal judges it should not be held responsible for the actions of a rogue employee who leaked the supermarket's entire payroll via Tor.…
The $20bn bridge spanning 55km is an engineering marvel but has been dogged by safety issues and delays.
The test, which involved transporting schoolchildren, was irresponsible, the NHTSA says.
Can those who need lookup privacy afford architectural purism?
The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has formally adopted DNS-over-HTTPS as a standard, and reignited a debate over whether it's a danger to the web's infrastructure.…
Slump in sales sparks move by department store chain, which will continue to sell Blu-ray players.
The week in spaaaaaace
Roundup A mission to Mercury, a mission to save Apollo and a mission to save face?…
Preorders for the HTC Exodus 1 are now open, with an expected ship date in December.
Original Arm operating system relicensed under Apache 2.0
Not to be outdone by the open sourcing of an early version of MS-DOS for Intel chippery, version 5 of RISC OS – arguably the original commercially successful Arm operating system – is going fully open source.…
A painting created by artificial intelligence will be auctioned by Christie's this week.
Seagate ships more units, WD more capacity – it's a wash
IDC has sent its analytical read-write heads skipping across the surface of the disk storage market and found Seagate shipped more drives than Western Digital in the third quarter.…