Will enable dedicated data rates at more than 10,000 megabits-per-second
Streamlining the entire checkout process
Up from 42 percent a year ago, claims Google
The 20,000ft store will take residence on the top floor of the Coal Drops Yard mall
Leaked email reveals firm will crack down on 'creep shots'
Liberté, égalité, no piracy
We were hoping for 'The Chase' maybe, or 'Big Heads'
Firm promises encryption and the ability to opt-out
TickBox ticks all the anti-copyright boxes
Privacy International unearths first concrete evidence of information collected
Liberties and EDRi created a landslide support letter
Dorsey, Dorsey, what will your answer be?
Videos, not users, but cover your webcam all the same
The world just got a serious case of WuP-A22
Attack is believed to be Iran's 'first first significant act of cyberwarfare' on UK
Hope you had a nice stay
You could have put money on that happening
Nothing to see there
This is personal (and business)
Device was recording users 'thousands of times a day'
Caught with its hands in your CPU jar
Managed to sneak into the official Google Chrome Web Store and attract over 37,000 users
Facebook and Google will be forced to deal with consequences of online trolling
Hackers targeted records of 15.2 million UK consumers
It's all good now, though
Shoulda stayed at virtual home
Investigation underway to determine effect on 2016 US presidential election
Reports suggest other Samsung handsets could be affected
Cyber-security is treated 'like the poor relation'
'Don't promote racial discontent' is good advice for anyone
And it's not to flush it down the toilet
Watchdog will force firms to provide a minimum guaranteed speed
Eugene Kaspersky says accusation 'sounds like the script of a C movie'
Stranger things have happened
This time it is letting users check the source
Don't check yourself or you might wreck yourself
Takes the total number of Americans affected to 145.5 million
Going somewhere where exciting things happen
Greedy governments want to get their mitts on more material
The infamous San Bernardino iPhone was cracked, but by whom?
Can Daydream and Tango AR support justify an £800 price tag? (Tl;dr: no)
Good things come to those who wait
File under 'Improvements'
Blames it on the booze
Revenues to be raised through advising retailers not selling data, says firm
Yeah, we knew that already
Microsoft will replace the product 'over time'