Why stick a finger in a dyke when you can ram the entire boy in the hole, eh?
Reminds us that we're supposed to be able to trust them
Says users must update their systems immediately
Provides support for users across servers, desktops, and cloud deployments.
Would-be players are being fooled into downloading malware-laden versions
The botnet-making malware employs a suite of anti-detection techniques
And this time Sky Q viewers can join in for the semis
But that doesn't mean it's losing its Edge
Letter to Nicky Morgan MP explains cause of prolonged June outage
It's TV Jim, just not as we know it
Firm says users shouldn't carry on using the same log-in credentials
Because some people still love to carry small pieces of cardboard
Firm claims it's fixed, but customers are still reporting issues
And its called it Google Podcasts, because of course
Paves way for adding slo-mo effects after footage has been shot
Such is the price of a free social network
But it's unlikely to come to the social network anytime soon
Refreshed code hints that a new Apple Watch is imminent
AI helper will let guests control room functions and order room service
But you probably won't be able to use it yet
But we'll probably give Premium a miss
Looks like we've finally pulled the PIN
Because Alexa doesn't need to be paid a salary
Cupertino could potentially be ready to reveal a driverless car system
Doubtful anyone will notice
OK Google... sell me stuff I didn't know I wanted
No more nukes, but North Korea seems happy to keep hacking
But how firm created a workaround remains a grey area
More news-in-brief from the house of Google
Plus some VR stuff and some new borkage for good measure
Promises tools are 'much safer' than rival social network's offerings
Build your way out of boring jobs
Users report that the cloud-hosted service is 'completely unusable'
Also, production of coal in Redmond rises thanks to glorious leader Nadella
But latest issues means it'll only be available in China to begin with
Maybe people might buy into this one...
Mozilla says it's 'too early to say' (so there may well be something to say soon)
Could this be the precursor to pervert robots?
When shoplifting becomes damn near impossible
Streaming service will soon offer a five-part adaptation of Minecraft's story
But don't worry, the old one is still there too
Move will stop law enforcement from extracting data from locked iDevices
Long-standing 'always listening' flaw in Cortana among 49 patched vulnerabilities
Or now, if you're a noob
Okta claims flaw has potential to affect all Mac users
And you thought the death of net neutrality sucked?
New App Store rules are GDPR compliant, reminding us that they weren't before
Phone flogger scores the first post-GDPR blunder