IF FOR THE PAST WEEK you've found yourself too lost in the crazy world of UK politics to get your fix of technology news, we've got you covered.
One of last week's biggest stories came courtesy of an optimistic man from Florida, who stumbled across some of his old doodles from 1992 (above) and claimed they prove that he invented the iPhone, iPod and iPad. He's so optimistic, in fact, that he's suing Apple for $10bn.
While it's unlikely he will receive a payout, a California woman was awarded $10,000 in damages from Microsoft last week for shoving Windows 10 onto her PC and subsequently borking it. Despite Microsoft's forceful upgrading tactics, it was revealed later in the week that Windows 10 still hasn't managed to hit 20 per cent market share.
We've rounded up the top 10 stories from last week below. µ
Man claims he invented the iPhone and sues Apple for $10bn
Oh, and the iPad and iPod too
Updategate: California woman awarded $10,000 for borked Windows 10 upgrade
But Microsoft still denies culpability
Google to launch own smartphone alongside HTC/Huawei-built Nexus handsets
Firm wants more control over Android
IBM's 200 petaflop Summit supercomputer to crush China's Sunway TaihuLight
Power9-powered machine will arrive in 2018
Speed boost for WiFi as 802.11ac Wave 2 arrives on compatible routers
But reading the boxes will be more difficult for consumers
Lawyer bot has overturned 160,000 parking offences and counting
Bloody hell. It's only been up five minutes. How does it sleep at night?
Hacker injects the dark web with 655,000 personal medical records
Social Security numbers are shipping
Microsoft launches Net Core 1.0 for Linux, OS X and Windows
Red Hat becomes first firm to announce support for open source platform
Chrome bug makes film and TV piracy easy
Bad news for Hollywood, good news for GoT fans
Firm wants to offer plenty of performance for lower prices
Second privacy misfire in as many months
Last-gen Titan cards reduced to graphical gnats
For those who want to read INQ with a plastic box strapped to their face