Sweeping layoffs come as firm shelves plans for an Essential Phone 2
Accessing online grot will require stating your age before the fun starts
Brit chip designer wants its chips in data centres and beyond
Social network could be fined up to $1.63bn for mega-hack
10Gbps is being targeted using 60Ghz mmWave frequencies
More secure protocols will be adopted at Redmond
Tech pioneer died from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
The IoT has gone unsecured for too long, says DCMS and NCSC
Privacy researcher suspects t.co service tracks users across the web
Could be a major boost for footie fans
"I see you've gone straight now, Father"
UK cyber cops say there's 'no evidence' of a cover up
Sinks teeth into shim links
And WiFi 6 will turn up next year
Operators stand accused of providing dodgy info about coverage in rural areas
Despite fact that 'less than 10 per cent' of affected users lived in Europe
Firm 'failed to have effective security measures in place'
FCA says customers 'should not have been exposed' to the risk at all
All hail our glorious vomit-clad VOIP overlord
It's time to get the popcorn in
'Technical issue' could see firm falling foul of GDPR
Says he lives with it every day (he's still loaded though)
Firm will allow 'regulated' ads to run from next month
Stay-at-home Bond types set off the loudest irony klaxon
But firm is said to be contesting the scale of the watchdog's penalty
Systrom and Krieger reportedly became 'frustrated' with Facebook's meddling
But plans are reportedly being held up by political wrangling over funding
But they didn't get off scot-free
EU wants the social network to bring its TOS inline with new-ish consumer laws
But firm won't critique your use of the 'Desperate Slutty Singles' app
Watchdog says firm's security measures were 'inadequate and infeffective'
Company lauds payout as a 'significant milestone'
Second such bork in a month
UK gov admits roaming 'would no longer be regulated' after March 2019
Landmark ruling is first related to UK gov's controversial intelligence sharing
'Robocop censorship' could shake-up the internet as we know it
Voda-moan from rival BT is upheld
BT-owned firm reaffirms plans to launch 5G services in 2019
Online Forums Bill criticised as 'ignorant and authoritarian'
EC says deal 'raises no competition concerns' in Europe
Chipmaker expects first networks to be live by April 2019
Don't worry, Windows 10 is being added soon
The group penned a letter asking for an independent overseer of social network sites
See clips unseen for decades through the eyes of a neural network
"Gwait news Moike, we gowing to get foive geee, now chuwk us the Bovrill"
State net neutrality rules will go further than ones President Obama passed in 2015
Australia the global trend-setter for a change
We imagine hipsters will love being told they used the wrong filter...