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SpaceX aborts space station docking
SpaceX forced to abort docking with International Space Station due to software glitch.
[CNN Money]

EU privacy watchdogs say Windows 10 still raises concerns
European Union data protection watchdogs said on Monday they were still concerned about the privacy settings of Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system despite the U.S. company announcing changes to the installation process. The watchdogs, a group made up of the EU's 28 authorities responsible (...)
[OSNews]

“Timing Is Almost Everything,” An Entrepreneur's Software Success Map, Will Be Free to Download Tomorrow (February 22, 2017)
Roland Racko is giving you a chance to download his book “Timing Is Almost Everything: 12 Steps to Executive Success in Software Management” for free. The contents of this book has helped hundreds of startup entrepreneurs and senior executives overcome the complexity and difficulties of (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Facebook algorithms 'will identify terrorists'
Mark Zuckerberg says artificial intelligence software will review posts on the social network.
[BBC]

Facebook algorithms 'will identify terrorists'
Mark Zuckerberg says artificial intelligence software will review posts on the social network.
[BBC News]

Microsoft misses regular security fix date
The delay means many versions of Windows will remain vulnerable to a known bug.
[BBC]

Microsoft misses regular security fix date
The delay means many versions of Windows will remain vulnerable to a known bug.
[BBC News]

Valve 'comfortable' if virtual reality headsets fail
The software firm says its VR business is going well, as users experiment with the technology.
[BBC]

Valve 'comfortable' if virtual reality headsets fail
The software firm says its VR business is going well, as users experiment with the technology.
[BBC News]

BMC Sponsors BreakLine Tech Program for Veterans
BMC Software, a global leader in IT solutions for the digital enterprise, today announced it is sponsoring the upcoming BreakLine Tech program, which equips veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces with digital skills needed to pursue careers in technology. BMC Software – along with fellow sponsors (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Valve kills Steam Greenlight – here's why it matters
System was intended to prevent stream of low quality software flooding the store but failed to halt explosion in content last year Market-dominating PC game store Steam is ending the X Factor-style voting system it has used for the past five years to decide which independent developers can sell (...)
[The Guardian]

The first official Mac clone: Daydream
A neat piece of computing history - a combination of a hardware dongle and software that lets you run up to System 7 on a NeXT machine (and with some hacking, Mac OS 8). The latest addition to my NeXT/Mac collection, a Daydream ROM box made in about 1993 by Quix Computerware AG. This unit (...)
[OSNews]

Which is the best browser for Windows 10: Firefox or Chrome?
Libby would like to know which browser she should use – it may sound simple, but there are plenty of options Which is the best web browser for Windows 10: Firefox or Google Chrome? Libby Over the years, I’ve used and recommended a lot of different browsers for Windows, including Mosaic, Netscape, (...)
[The Guardian]

Microsoft hosts the Windows source in a 300GB Git repository
Just as Windows' development had become complex and fragmented, so too did the company's internal systems for things like source control, issue tracking, testing, building, code analysis, and all the other tasks that fall under the application lifecycle management umbrella. And just as Windows' (...)
[OSNews]

The Windows for Workgroups launch event
Due to an SSD failure last year, I lost a bunch of my virtual machines, including my Windows 3.11 virtual machine. I don't actually use these for anything, but I like having these old operating systems at my fingertips, in case, I don't know, the world is about to end and the only way to (...)
[OSNews]

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