Seems you can't have your Pie and geek it
Back gets sacked
Machines go loco across Blighty
It's basically open source without the sharing
FileSystem API loophole is getting patched out
Wants to stop the apathy surrounding security breaches
Come on Barbie, let's go party... with Siri
Penguin joins Club, takes biscuit
The social network knows what you did Summer 2007
Back with another of those ad-blocking beats
10-months-old and it's already being shaved from Razer's portfolio
The other Google news of the week
Everyone clear the Aria!
Let's get the borkage out of the way early this time, shall we?
Expect more Carpool Karaoke push notifications
It's virtually certain now
AI is a massive threat... to code gremlins
That's what you go. Woo
Steamed Hams will be a thing of the past
Cupertino wants devs to be more secure, who have thought it?
But it might not be as cheap as you think
First Nintendo Direct of the year was full of retro remakes
But site's latest funding round suggest a bright future
The equivalent of entering via the back passage
Best get patching, IT admins
'Unauthorised party' framed for data exposure
$20,000 for, er, CoffeeMeetsBagel and Arty accounts
And it'll soon be available on all public, private and hybrid cloud platforms
(Whispers - basically, its a mail merge)
You wait years for an update and then the bus comes, or something
Make America post apocalyptic again
Just mind that manhole cov.... never mind....
All the rest of the best of the Google News
Slagging off your own product isn't so funny now, is it Microsoft?
Website reports itself to ICO after upgrade leads to data breach
But you said... it's... but... if it isn't then... sigh, now we have a headache
iOS 12.1.4 arrives to patch high-profile eavesdropping exploit
Apparently it's all in the name of 'user experience'...
By the way, have you tried our mobile site?
Basic pwn isn't being exploited, Google says
Eww, no-one needs to see that
He tells the whole world but keeps Cupertino in the dark
It's still at its early stages but could be a solution
Oh, and one privacy-aware punter slapped with a fine
And it looks suspiciously like it's priced to deter