It can also grab a photo too, just in case it wasn't creepy enough
Acknowledges his rants are not OK
Those bad reviews can be rubbed out for the right price
'Robocop censorship' could shake-up the internet as we know it
But arch-rival Samsung could come to the rescue
InLink has been attracting drug users and dealers, claim councils
Firm says it 'respects consumers' right to choose what to do with their devices'
This time, its a policy rather than an under the counter deal
The search giant was previously kept quiet with a gagging order
Jeez, just get a room
We blame the future death of language on Silicon Valley types
Karate and Rugby 7s will safely join Tokyo 2020
Fire, Famine and Pester-less
State net neutrality rules will go further than ones President Obama passed in 2015
Company casually suggests Cardiff factory could be for the chop, too
Federal court of appeals has declined to rehear the case
But only if the company complies with its court order
And his evidence comes from analysis by a single reporter
Probably given an extra minute's bathroom time for doing it
China's state-controlled press warns that country will 'neet their nemesis'
Fire, Famine and Budapestulance
Plaintiff wants to speak for everyone affected
Yanked apps 'sold fake lottery tickets and offered gambling services'
Complaint claims operator 'does nothing' to protect customers from fraud
Huawei slams bill as 'ineffective, misguided, and unconstitutional'
Eight Daves a week
18-year-old firm says it can't risk 'potentially disastrous consequences'
Mr Grimes could face a formal fraud investigation
In a non-threatening, tea-drinking, jelly baby-eating way
Group calls for an end to police secrecy over use of surveillance tech
Well, you can't say noone was listening
What's that, Gods of irony? You want us to lick you?
Security chief tells staff to ditch devices even if they're free
Either that or Amazon has very big sofas with very loose covers
Jury rules firm infringed two patents related to wireless comms
Major income source for iOS bloggers is culled
Hold your fire
Chipmaker claims Intel went back on its promise to offer up documents
Timing of new add underlines the battleground that is the education sector
Ours is leaning towards not changing it
We doubt they'll take payment in discounts and vouchers
It's an INQ story with sex innuendos. You know you're going to read it
Diane Greene says 'we need to be careful about how we use it'
The ACLU says controversial system shows signs of racial bias
Firm's 'abnormal' battery management policy broke VLC audio-playback
Chipmaker scraps merger amid rising trade tensions between the US and China
Who gives a Zuck?