Firm also reveals more on its All-In-One and a successor to the Remix Mini
Latest update comes just weeks ahead of Anniversary Update rollout
Safari 10 will also block QuickTime, Silverlight and Java
Siri on the desktop, Apple Pay in Safari and more
Siri is now slathered over Apple's gadgets
Will replace the current HFS+ file system that Apple has used since 2001
Byeeee '¯\_(ツ)_/¯' folder
Also supports Apple Watch unlocking and Universal Clipboard
No more awkward typing
Every business is now a software development house
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Rock blunts scissors, nagware crushes malware
The game is very hard. The other kind of Montezuma's Revenge is very soft
Making your dumb iPhone smarter one app at a time
We had to cut it down. A lot
Beleaguered browser brings better bookmarks
11 months later the fightback begins
The trick is to make the robot think it was its idea
Users of Asus kit advised to remove LiveUpdate
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Deus ex machina? Et tu Google?
IE IE ... Oh ...
Unless it doesn't work
'I wouldn't buy that for a dollar!'
'The egg hatched. And hundreds of baby spiders came out. And they ate her.'
Overall, more of us are using Windows. Just not Windows 10
Googled out yet?
And Pro users have an easier way to upgrade to Enterprise that they didn't want
Microsoft missed the 'no means no' portion of sex-ed class
Let X = X after users shout Y
Firm's remaining customers left with 'limited access' to service
It's Siri, but not rearry, cos it's filling my body with rage
Two gigs is the new one gig
What's the biggest problem with software licensing? The votes are in
Siri for Mac, Apple Pay in Safari and more
Crisis for PayPal users until company reaches anagnorisis
Well, OK, maybe wound it a little
Yes means yes. No means yes. Here means no. But only for eight hours. Possibly
What's happening to Google Keep? And important stuff?
77 per cent of you hit out at vendors for licensing problems
A full suite of programs for cloud app developers
'I think you know what the problem is just as well as I do'
50-hour marathon to bring video games to disabled players
But Denmark has gone a different way and is moving towards cashless
Google invites us out and insists we buy our own coffee
Doesn't even check to see whether you need one