Storage firm's annual sales up for the first time in 3 years
NetApp has reported full-year revenues for 2018 of $5.91bn, an increase of 7 per cent over fiscal 2017 and the first annual growth it has seen since 2015.…
This exhibition is licensed to spill about Bond's creator Ian Fleming and his real-life spy work.
Sea Ceptor good – more warships abroad, less so...
A Royal Navy frigate is to sail to the Far East while carrying the newly accepted Sea Ceptor anti-missile missile system.…
Warning: This piece contains some minor spoilers for Solo.
Solo, Lucasfilm's latest addition to the canon, in no way represents a standard Star Wars film. Viewers will encounter zero mythos involving Jedis and The Force. The film doesn’t grapple with massive allegorical topics, either. Destiny does not face off against free will, while franchise flagships like democracy-vs.-dictatorship and the tragedies of war merit muted mentions at best.
Of course, pushback started before anyone had even seen the thing to know that, with near-instant cries for a standalone Lando film or a smaller, original story impacted by the larger global (galactic?) situation (something like Prospect, for instance) instead. What ultimately made it to screen likely won’t change those desires. In fact, hardcore fans may also walk away from Solo thinking more about why this film exists or what went into specific decisions rather than the core story itself.
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Hop in the Tardis to revisit the first seven Doctors.
Turns out "sorry" doesn’t seem to work as much for the social network’s chief anymore.
'Alexa, pray for me'
Technology worship has ascended to a higher spiritual plane with the Church of England now offering the faithful daily voice-activated prayers from Amazon's smart home kit, Echo.…
Ride-hailing firm wants to create a sky-based taxi service and is investing in France to make it happen.
Swings into £79m loss-loss in prelim fy18 results
Beleaguered telco TalkTalk has swung to a net loss of £79m in preliminary results for fiscal '18 ended 31 March, and is preparing to saw off its B2B division in a planned £175m sale to Daisy Group.…
And sprinkle those angry YouTube vids with a pinch of salt, please
Comment Ubuntu 18.04, launched last month, included a new Welcome application that runs the first time you boot into your new install. The Welcome app does several things, including offering to opt you out of Canonical's new data collection tool.…
Up, up and away! But in French.
But cops' trial of controversial tech will continue
London cops will not use controversial and inaccurate facial recognition technology at this year's Notting Hill Carnival – in a departure from the trend over the previous two years.…
The Honda Fit remains the best subcompact hatch money can buy.
Would you like to send all or some telemetry back to the Windows goliath?
Microsoft is rolling out an update to Office products to introduce Windows 10-style telemetry data slurping. Or rather the software business has made it very clear to users it is doing so and they cannot opt out.…
Release adds Big Red compatibility, migration service
Open-source database biz MariaDB has upped the ante in its war against Oracle, promising enterprise customers better compatibility with – and easier migration from – Big Red.…
Test your knowledge of how the EU's data protection law could affect you.
EnclaveDB promises protection against malicious admins
At the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy in San Francisco, Calif., this week, researchers from Imperial College London and Microsoft presented an experimental database engine called EnclaveDB that aims to keep data and database queries secure even when the host system has been compromised.…
GoJek's plan to launch in Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines in the coming months comes as Uber exits the market.
The serial entrepreneur's new project will let the public rate "the core truth" of news articles.