Firm hilariously jokes it could be called Namey McNameface
Survey finds average cost per record has risen to $158
Firm has asked a court to throw out a case
Yet another nail in Adobe's coffin
53 per cent agreed that technology laggards need to buck up their ideas
Firm also reveals more on its All-In-One and a successor to the Remix Mini
Samsung ain't gonna like this
When is a console no longer a console?
Lock up your servers
That's the Cupertino security whip you hear cracking, dev pals
Alarmingly, the most-asked question was 'What is Brexit?'
The latest OnePlus smartphone is available now without an invitation
Latest update comes just weeks ahead of Anniversary Update rollout
Xu Jiaqiang has 'crushed the spirit of innovation'
Or so he says
Safari 10 will also block QuickTime, Silverlight and Java
Hacked by two different groups of Russian spies
Researchers have got their MITs on some funky light physics
Firms urged to act quickly to avoid security hassles
Unpatched and in the wild
You can buy it now for £309 as firm scraps invitation-only system
Yo dawg, I heard you like your tweets
We ain't talking about next day delivery rates
And even comes with a free VR headset
Is £20 computing sensation making a swift Brexit?
'Defence' firm Lockheed Martin can't defend a database as 12 years' worth of data vanishes
Everything you need to know about Apple's upcoming iOS release
Quarterly threat report is as bleak as EastEnders
Too many consoles spoil the Xbox?
Will replace the current HFS+ file system that Apple has used since 2001
One-stop data shop for cops
Make space for a face invasion
Firm continues to back coding in schools
Byeeee '¯\_(ツ)_/¯' folder
Photos and Apple Music also get a makeover
New fitness features, Scribble messaging and suite of APIs
Also supports Apple Watch unlocking and Universal Clipboard
No more awkward typing
What fresh hell is this?
It's true because he said it on the telly
Move could see spy organisation discuss how it operates under oath
Won't somebody hold the door closed?
So much for encryption
Not everything has gone brilliantly for Google