But it still looks like a disgruntled paint mixer
Drunk messaging just got a get-out clause
Russian hacking group is created spoof websites for Senate and thinktanks
We remember when end of life dates were sacred
It's still tracking your location, but now it's told you its suddenly OK
A surprisingly busy week in a quiet month
Becky, with the good Aire
'I'm sorry, I didn't understand, 'this petticoat is the wrong denier';
Waeaye kidda, can you giz a check on the weatha in Blehhdon?
The bug would've allowed some malicious data extraction
Double the storage for the most popular plan
Would you settle for door locks or invest in a burglar alarm too?
It's a bit bobbins, but it's a good start
Removed job listings suggests Cupertino is after chip talent
But some say the overall effect on privacy is unacceptable
Opinions are split between genius and Vogon
Now who will know what you had for brunch?
Testers suffer buggy performance, freezes and fully-borked devices
'Highly-coordinated' scheme could see hackers withdraw millions of dollars
A fix will be rollout out to Pixel handsets in the 'coming weeks'
Out, foul Speck
Celebrates with a promise of new functionality on the way
94 per cent of the time, it works every time
But you probably can't afford them
This could be the biggest GDPR fail yet
Much-touted feature will ship in 'a future software update this fall'
Supermarket's SmartShop tech will let customers skip the queue
Boffins have figured out how to spot fingerprints in coders' style
S'mor good news for Chromebook users
How innovative time tracking solutions can cost-effectively boost productivity
Embrace Learning breach saw data flogged on the dark web
If you're going to take a duke in a playground, do it in the sandbox
It's the news in brief from Google
Threat can access device configuration data, and execute commands
Smartwatches have to be useful for something
Because what could go wrong with that...
Purge saw firm cull a gif-sharing service and, er, a Polish magazine
Hypothetical data, real potential damage
But odd 'drag and drop' flaw is unlikely too much of a threat
Let there be dark
Neural network hides its intent until it finds the right victim
It can beat them, so it joined them
Who said the best things can't be free?
It's like Stumbleupon only... well, no, it's Stumbleupon, basically
And the shift has taken just two years
Fallout 76 breaks out of the Steam vault