Never miss dinner again....
Your weekly round-up of Google news and rumours
So we're guessing that's the rest of your afternoon lost
Down from 28.5 per cent in 2011
Nowhere is safe. Think about that.
Some order in the chaos at last?
Seems they had a technical hutch
No sign of integration as security concerns continue
The first part of Office has gone exclusively UWP
It's not what you block, it's what you let through
34 major tech firms all agree to work together to defend against hackers
This time, she's sung
Variable exchanges could make prices seem stiff
But this is only the 'fourth most-damaging consequence'', Corero warns
(Select The Fonics Unilaterally)
The unsophisticated malware looks more like a trolling attempt than a clever cyber attack
Basically, it didn't work. So that's cleared that up
Wants to ensure hackers didn't install any Bugs
It's a tactic for dealing with their insecurities
Another day, another potential data collection scandal
Attackers are using unpatched servers to mine Electroneum
Beta code hints all-but-confirms the decidedly un-Apple move
Some day his prints will come
Really, Oath? This? Again?
UK lawmakers want smart machines to benefit, not wreck humanity
But questions are being raised about what that actually means
This weeks news-in-brief-in-Google
Loud, in the crowd, in the cloud. Should it be allowed?
App owners refuse to hand over message transcripts to Russian state security
INQ, in association with Liaison Technologies, is hosting the Data Strategy channel
Stem subjects point to future blossoming for the flower of power
John McAfee is probably wondering 'is that all?'
The beginning of the end of the beginning
Last changes were back in 2011
Majority fix vulns in browsers and browser-related technologies
Springs's forward falls back
The biggest code repository in the world comes of age
But firm has since said it condemns cheating in any form
It's a dotty problem
Firm regulates the way that customers can use its AI tech
It's overdrafted in some minnow banks but they'll take no credit
Hackers gonna hack; this time for a laugh
As updates go, it's a bit meh
Time could be called on dodgy passwords and phishing attacks
Warns that the internet big boys must not be allowed 'custodian' status
It's a techie dose of nostalgia
Heading out on the highway, looking for a good tune
They didn't even take 20 seconds to comply