It's time for our regular two-step through the Google news
Microsoft, PayPal and others affected
More moral dilemmas for driverless cars
Not in its name
MOSS Mission Partners programme is go
Edge has Achy Breaky Heart after getting eff'd in the A
Build 14371 addresses Windows 10 activation problems
Chinese firm is doing a Samsung
Simplify, Unify and Secure are the mantras
Cupertino wants you, bug spotters
Stop wasting everybody's time and making them sad, Gabe
Productivity across Europe and the US increases
Seven of the best new languages
Fans of webpages from 2003, weep openly
Android Pay gets shunned
Firm doubling down on future technologies after announcing 5G push
It's good news for Kevin
So nervous about the Feds that he'll have to change his identical trousers
Move follows court ruling in e-book price fixing row
Once more something is running on something it's not supposed to run on
That's a lot of sandwich pics
'OK, Google. I think I'm dying'
Column: I take exception to Microsoft's attempts to prove browser's worth with 'benchmark tests'
Your nightmare midnight request line
Microsoft wants your dinkle count
But will they charge them in the morning?
Drive of the machines
Something triggered Apple’s nerves
The FinTech sector generated £6.6bn revenue in 2015 - is it time to get excited?
The top 10 stories from the past seven days
Who's for Google tapas?
It is the programme's birthday after all
We're unlikely to see Tay making a return, though
But for now it's for the select few. And it doesn't work very well
Latest build includes a tool to get rid of bloatware
TestFlight 1.4 delivers support for Apple's new iPhone, iPad and Watch software
The fine art of telling machines what to do, from 1957 to 2016
Olli Olli Olli! Oi oi oi!
Girls can code too
At least they're being blunt about it
Now it's even easier to find that poo emoji
You Woz warned
Korean firm eyes Google and Amazon in cloud computing market
A new report finds, once again, that gamers are on an unstoppable freight train hurtling towards the criminal underworld
Sysadmins have taught us some new swear words
Firm hilariously jokes it could be called Namey McNameface
Yet another nail in Adobe's coffin
53 per cent agreed that technology laggards need to buck up their ideas