Doubtful anyone will notice
Could your next colleague be a bot?
OK Google... sell me stuff I didn't know I wanted
More news-in-brief from the house of Google
Plus some VR stuff and some new borkage for good measure
Build your way out of boring jobs
Also, production of coal in Redmond rises thanks to glorious leader Nadella
Definitely not a surveillance thing, honest
Mozilla says it's 'too early to say' (so there may well be something to say soon)
When shoplifting becomes damn near impossible
But don't worry, the old one is still there too
Or now, if you're a noob
And you thought the death of net neutrality sucked?
New App Store rules are GDPR compliant, reminding us that they weren't before
Phone flogger scores the first post-GDPR blunder
India will get rollout first
Do thumb drives smell of thumbs?
The age of the Pai is not the end
Which? calls for action from Microsoft to restore user faith
China Labour Watch and Observer insider reports 'slumped' and 'exhausted' staff
End of life dates aren't sacred anymore
But China still has more supercomputers on the Top 500 list
On Messenger, no-one will hear you shout 'Yahoo'
It's the Google news in brief rodeo
No doubt we'll revisit this article to see how much of this he's kept to
We won't unless we feel we should and its not going to annoy too many people
Could YOU beat The Cube?
Prime doesn't pay
BT will have access to every match as streaming stings linear TV
And yet the 4G on it is rubbish
Device-borking malware is worse than we first thought
And all because it's scared of a cheeky Brummie
Windows Collaborative Displays are coming later in the year
Your friends will be green with envy. As will your wallpaper
Yet again, Redmond goes overboard
Ranging from joy to suspicion to bewilderment
One false move and the game gets it
By October, it's all about the redesign
As we look at the launch of 4.17, we ask 'Where is Kernel Kitten'?
But some users are very unhappy
After all, it literally couldn't be any worse than it already is
Google has taken to insulting people - in French
I'll just check again when John McAfee eats his bellend
Sound logic for a bum note app
It's less about how, more about the ethics of why
You've got to be quick, have bloody fast internet and the right telly
The SSD slayer takes another form
Paid volunteers will fill the void for free hats and other tat