Not even using the founder's brand could save Big Blue's Slack for suits
IBM is killing off its collaboration-plus-AI tool Watson Workspace from the close of next month due to crappy customer demand.…
On the Rocks, starring Bill Murray, will be the tech giant's first venture into feature film-making.
Veeam. Veeam. Veeeeeeeam. What was that? Oh, just the sound of half a billion bucks hitting backup biz's bucket
Privately owned firm, er, changes its growth strategy
+Comment Backup firm Veeam, privately owned and headquartered in Switzerland, has taken on $500m in surprise funding.…
The son of the original's director is charge of "the next chapter in the original franchise."
Microsoft-owned Forza removes dances as Fortnite faces fresh legal action over dance moves.
HTC Vive Pro Eye demos show the weird and very imminent future of eye-tracking tech.
Roku bans Alex Jones after initially defending its decision to stream the conspiracy theorist's channel.
Need to email an order for a s*$tload of hamburgers from your smartphone? Microsoft has an app for that
The US government may be enduring its longest shutdown in history, but federal workers can at least console themselves with Microsoft’s Outlook mobile app that has been given security clearance for use.…
And... stock-botherers seem happy with that
Supercomputing remains a tough place to do business, with Cray warning investors that it expects to report a siginifican net loss for both 2018 and this financial year.…
The streaming service previously said the channel didn't violate its policies.
The fee will add about 45p to the average London journey, the ride-hailing firm says.
Whether you want a V12 or a hybrid, the 7 Series has you covered.
Reverse ferret by reassuringly expensive consultant
Blockchain companies are upset with management consultant McKinsey for pointing out the technology is stubbornly stuck at base camp after years of hype.…
Want some more cash? Get some more skills. And perhaps a moving truck
DevOps darlings Puppet has emitted some juicy salary data from its annual DevOps survey, showing that the US is still the place to go for an impressive IT paycheck.…
Future Circular Collider hopes to rack up 100 tera electron Volts to probe physics
CERN, the European research hub in Geneva, is already home to the world’s largest particle accelerator – and it’s hungry for another one that’s bigger and better.…
China's really cotton'd on to this whole Moon exploration thing: First seed sprouts in lunar lander biosphere
Living in a box, living in a faraway box, I'm living in a box
Pic A tiny cotton seed brought to the Moon's surface by a Chinese spacecraft has apparently just sprouted, quite possibly making it the first Earth-based plant to start growing on our rocky satellite.…
Fire up your proton packs, people, because there's going to be another Ghostbusters movie from Sony Pictures, according to Entertainment Weekly. Jason Reitman (Juno, Thank You For Smoking) will direct the new film, which will be set in the same fictional universe as the 1984 original and its sequel—unlike Paul Feige's 2016 all-female Ghostbusters.
Reitman is a fitting choice, seeing as how he's the son of Ivan Reitman, director of the 1980s films. You may have glimpsed Jason, his mother, and his sister in the original Ghostbusters, as residents fleeing their haunted skyscraper. Jason even had a line in the 1989 sequel: he was the birthday boy who told the 'Busters, "My dad says you guys are full of crap."
Reitman resisted following in his father's footsteps for years, but it seems he's finally succumbing to the call. “I’ve always thought of myself as the first Ghostbusters fan, when I was a 6-year-old visiting the set. I wanted to make a movie for all the other fans,” Reitman told EW. “This is the next chapter in the original franchise. It is not a reboot. What happened in the ‘80s happened in the ‘80s, and this is set in the present day.”
Grab your pager and get ready to head back to the 1990s for a solo film about a Marvel heroine who just might save the universe. Here's what we know.
Evidence-based policy? What a novel idea...
Analysis President Trump on Monday signed legislation that attempts to make US government data more accessible for people and machines, though his predecessor deserves much of the credit.…
YouTube says challenges that put users at risk of serious injury have no place on the site.