Don't worry, Red Hat. We're sure Big Blue will love you more than it did Lotus
Indian software outfit HCL Technologies is snapping up $1.8bn worth of IBM's software in a deal expected to close by the middle of 2019.…
Fortnight and Celeste are also among the winners at the annual gaming ceremony.
A second put aside for Doresa and Milena
Clocks on a pair of Galileo satellites have given physicists the first refinement of gravitational redshift since 1976.…
You've patched your cloud software, and feeling smug when... bang! A legacy edge device bricks itself
Don't want to be an enterprise id-IoT? Time to look at process
Backgrounder Sitting on many enterprise networks is a constellation of equipment. A lot will be legacy network-connected industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) gear, together with some relatively new IIoT gear installed within the last few years as a move to what has been sweepingly called the "digitalisation" of business.…
Here are six ways Qualcomm's new processor can benefit Samsung's phone and others in 2019.
The social media giant must do more to protect user data, says former GCHQ boss Robert Hannigan.
Incompetence is a kind of malware
Comment It's a bit of a cliche that "everything's connected", but O2's stunning outage yesterday – chalked up by Swedish kitmaker Ericsson to an expired software certificate – is a reminder of how true that is.…
The developers of Fallout: New Vegas put the FPS RPG in sci-fi. Yes, please.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
What's the control panel? Okay. And what's the start menu? Right. And what's this big button here?
On Call To no one’s surprise, Friday has arrived again, and brings with it On Call, El Reg’s weekly foray into the best (and the worst) technical problems our readers have helped solve over the years.…
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Joker joins the fight.
You're legit and you know you are... Thanks to chanting racist footie fans, linking to dodgy stuff isn't necessarily illegal (well, in Europe)
Court of Human Rights weighs in on libel hyperlink brouhaha
The complex legal headache of linking to controversial material on the internet has been given additional, but qualified, protections by the European Court of Human Rights.…
It's supposed to be an awards show, but we know why you're really here: announcements, trailers and reveals.
Forget ripping off brains for AI. Butterflies and worms could lead us to self-repairing intelligent robots, says prof
'It’s clear that intelligent behavior doesn’t always require a brain'
The inner designs of today's artificial intelligence are often inspired by the human brain, yet there other biological structures perhaps better suited to crafting next-gen machine-learning software and hardware.…
The makers behind the Tiny1 astronomy camera are back with an even smaller shooter.
Microsoft says it's time to get serious about facial recognition rules: 'Laws and regulations are indispensable'
Really, you all, stop it! Hey, Amazon, what's going on back there? Enough! Cut that out!
Microsoft's president has issued a clarion call for more government regulation in response to the rapid evolution of facial recognition technology.…
Tech firms say the controversial laws could weaken overall security for users of messenger apps.
The studio behind Fortnite is taking on Steam, and these are the games launching its new sales platform.
A co-op, 16-bit inspired Stranger Things game is headed to "all platforms."