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21 minutes ago (via go.theregister.com)
Paying people better matters just as much. Maybe more soAnalysis Oy. If all this new technology is so amazing, why isn’t it translating into productivity gains?…

21 minutes ago (via go.theregister.com)
Rolling out (and scraping) the barrel of computing historySomething for the Weekend, Sir? Telephone operator, please put me through to… What's that? You want me to address you by your first name? Well, that's jolly friendly. I'm (thinks quickly, decides to use Starbucks name) "Alex". And how should I call you? Right.…

21 minutes ago (via go.theregister.com)
Rushing to ship won't get you to the other sideTechnical debt: we probably create it every day. It happens when you do things that might get you closer to goal now, but which create problems that you’ll have to pay for later.…

21 minutes ago (via go.theregister.com)
Letters to Congress detail the plan to keep CPU flaws secretLetters sent to the United States Congress by Intel and the other six companies in the Meltdown/Spectre disclosure cabal have revealed how and why they didn't inform the wider world about the dangerous chip design flaws.…

2 hours ago (via cnet.com)
In the suburb home to HP and Tesla, high salaries are the norm. But that doesn't mean the residents of Palo Alto feel well off.

2 hours ago (via cnet.com)
The weekend is here and is meant for streaming, not doing activities, silly.

2 hours ago (via go.theregister.com)
Everyone's using this framework – now you can, too. Source is openCode corner Keeping up with the endless torrent of stuff happening online is a losing battle. In the absence of omniscience, there's just no way to catch every bug, cockup, blowup, and scandal as it breaks.…

2 hours ago (via go.theregister.com)
Chipzilla needs more than its old PC-making pals to win 5GIntel's breathlessly announced that Dell, HP, Lenovo and Microsoft will deploy its 5G modems in their portable PCs sometime in the second half of 2019, and that it will show off prototypes of said laptops at Mobile World Congress (MWC) next week.…

2 hours ago (via go.theregister.com)
Flip phones - and their users - were both evolutionary dead ends (but the phones had awesome ads)On-Call+VID Welcome again to On-Call, The Register's support group for tech support pros, in which we share readers' tales of being asked to do unreasonable things for inexcusable people.…

2 hours ago (via go.theregister.com)
A Frenchman? Running away? Gawd, you don't sayA 41-year-old Frenchman is on the run after a court in his home country sentenced him to two years behind bars, and fined him €83.6m (£73m, $103m), for running a pirate movie website.…




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