15 years on, Euroboffins finally work out what it took to send the Huygens Titan probe into such a spin

a week ago

Negative torque didn't bring the plucky spacecraft down, thankfully


ICANN finally reveals who’s behind purchase of .org: It’s ███████ and ██████ – you don't need to know any more

2 weeks ago

Purchase funded by debt, includes another ex-ICANNer, will be done through four different companies. All perfectly normal


Snakes on a wane: Python 2 development is finally frozen in time, version 3 slithers on

3 weeks ago

I'm not quite dead, mutters 2.7 as rigor mortis sets in


British bloke accused of extorting victims for 'Dark Overlord' hacker crew finally gets his free trip* to America

a month ago

* Terms of stay non-negotiable following extradition. Some imprisonment required. He denies any wrongdoing


The Windows Phone keeps ringing but no one's home: Microsoft finally lets platform die

2 months ago

I'm not crying, there's just a little bit of dust in my eye


Since the FCC won't act, Congress finally moves on robocalls by passing half-decent TRACED Act

2 months ago

Only took seven years of consumer hell to get this far


Micron finally delivers its answer to Optane

2 months ago

New drive offers DRAM-like performance and is targeted at analytics and transaction workloads.


Oracle finally responds to wage discrimination claims… by suing US Department of Labor

2 months ago

How dare you say we can’t underpay women and non-Caucasian staff!


After five losses, Apple finally win a round in $600m VirnetX FaceTime patent mega-battle

2 months ago

Keeping score? So far it’s Apple 3 VirnetX 8 with more to come


After 10 years, Google Cloud Print will finally be out of beta... straight into ad giant's graveyard

2 months ago

Not so much 'going gold' as 'growing cold'


Haunted by Europe's GDPR, ICANN sharpens wooden stake to finally slay the Whois vampire

3 months ago

Whois to become Whoisn't


Father of Unix Ken Thompson checkmated as his old password has finally been cracked

4 months ago

Aussie user's AMD GPU breaks hash in just four days


Spacecraft that told us 'you're screwed' finally gives up the ghost after doubling its shelf life

4 months ago

Roundup Plus: Space suits, walks and a new Crew Dragon


Several months after the fact, CafePress finally acknowledges huge data theft to its customers

4 months ago

Maybe check your credit rating, says red-faced firm


Congratulations! You finally have the 10Mbps you're legally entitled to. Too bad that's obsolete

4 months ago policy slammed for not keeping pace with technology


Finally! A solution to 42 – the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe, and Everything

5 months ago

400k+ volunteer computer crack tough three-cubes problem


Rome wasn't built in a day, wasn't teased in a day, either: AMD's 7nm second-gen 64-core Epyc server chips finally land

6 months ago

After what feels like months of drip-fed info, here comes some much needed competition in the data center world


LinkedIn finally starts its move to Azure

6 months ago

In 2017, LinkedIn had no plans to move off its own datacenters, in spite of having been purchased by Microsoft a year earlier. But plans have changed and Azure is (unsurprisingly) its new target.