Getting out before the Apple craziness.
Technivorm adds three plush pastel color choices to its line of Moccamaster brewers.
The former Liberal Democrat leader will head Facebook's global affairs and communications team.
Rockstar Games is building a "deliberate and intimate" game world, where an outlaw's best friend is his trusty steed.
Eurocrats reckon that anti-competitiveness from Redmond would be a massive foot-shooting exercise
The European Commission has given the thumbs up to Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub.…
At its recent Mate 20 launch, the company's CEO reportedly says a foldable phone with 5G is in the works.
But about that loss...
Atlassian, the collaboration outfit responsible for inflicting Jira on the world, has announced a jump in revenues for the first quarter of fiscal 2019 and an equally eyewatering jump in losses.…
A gorgeous engagement photo captured from afar leads to an equally epic internet search.
If you have a reputation for being late, your friends will think this is a blessing.
Space agencies from Europe and Japan are teaming up for the BepiColombo mission that'll send two orbiters to Mercury, one of the solar system's least explored worlds.
And Marvel may have just bumped Guardians of the Galaxy 3 from the schedule.
But like really secured, not like last time, seriously.
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Coming off a long string of losses, Ericsson probably hoped to turn in some good news, but at its latest financial results, the company announced the sacking of 50 people in response to a corruption scandal.…
Then he has to run off, because Thanos is robbing a bank.
Plus: 7nm LLP, QLC, stacked RDIMMS and brainy drives
Among a blizzard of news from Samsung's Tech Data, El Reg has spotted smaller processor nodes, FPGAs added to SSDs, stacked and cubed memory, quad-level cell flash and object-storing SSDs on the way.…
The nation's largest broadband industry lobby groups have sued Vermont to stop a state law that requires ISPs to follow net neutrality principles in order to qualify for government contracts.
The lawsuit was filed yesterday in US District Court in Vermont by mobile industry lobby CTIA, cable industry lobby NCTA, telco lobby USTelecom, the New England Cable & Telecommunications Association, and the American Cable Association (ACA), which represents small and mid-size cable companies.
CTIA, NCTA, USTelecom, and the ACA also previously sued California to stop a much stricter net neutrality law, but they're now expanding the legal battle to multiple states. These lobby groups represent all the biggest mobile and home Internet providers in the US and hundreds of smaller ISPs. Comcast, Charter, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile US, Sprint, Cox, Frontier, and CenturyLink are among the groups' members.
He's been living at the country's embassy in London since 2012.
After alleged attacks and sexual assaults by its drivers, the ride-hailing company is launching Safety Toolkit in dozens of countries.