Is it us, or is Google really prolific right now?
And it's bringing out a dock to celebrate
Firm says 'all code should be considered compromised'
And you won't even know if it's happened
Loot boxes 'employ similar techniques to scratch cards and slot machines'
Inbenta says Ticketmaster was at fault by adopting 'insecure practice'
Cambridge Analytica may have been the tip of the iceberg
The search giant is pretty committed to open source
No Sets, please - we're skittish
Unknown attackers exploited a flaw in the booking software firm's server
Firm could face hefty fine under new GDPR rules
Firm's cloud head says firm 'wouldn't have minded' buying the code-sharing site
Google remains tightlipped over just what happened
Amazon Prime-a-like bundle could rear its head in 2019
But it'll be up front about not being a real boy
Designed to help folks with audio impairments better rub one out
Social media site becomes more secure but still fails to purge trolls and bullies
Brings back memories you didn't know you were supressing
In other news, INQ has its most productive day ever
Firm promises update will stop the browser from freezing and crashing
Come on Barbie... let's go make Skynet
But ICO adverts are still a no-no
In terms of progress, they're starting to kick the Bernard Manning out of the system
Best of all, it's ruddy free
QWERTY-packing handset can be picked up for £579 SIM-free
Grunting and shouting could make you a smash
Move could leave more than six million Mac users browser-less
Marks the official separation between Hub and Lab
Service will let users see if they've been pwned
But not all of the OSes features are available to try
Don't worry, it seems to be just for security. For now
The social network is getting good at data borkage
Either there are a lot of US users or ones that can't change time zones
In other news: rat eats money, dies
The never-ending drama of our favourite cyber-woodsman continues
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