LAST WEEK SAW The Apprentice host and internet troll Donald Trump elected president of the US, news that hasn't gone down well in the technology industry.
The Open Rights Group was the first to respond to the shock result, saying that a Trumped America could spell doom and gloom for UK surveillance. Waves of firms followed suit, and the likes of Apple, Facebook and Microsoft reacted to Trump's takeover through gritted teeth.
If you're already sick of reading about the toupee-wearing, handsy president-elect, a developer has created an extension that turns images of Trump into something much more appetising: a burger.
Some other tech stuff happened last week too, and we've rounded up the top 10 stories below. µ
Tesco Bank hack: Tesco would face £1.9bn fine under GDPR
EU law would also mean class-action lawsuits for breaches of data privacy
Google DeepMind and Oxford boffins teach computer to lip read terrifyingly well
Read. My. Lips. No. More. Secrets
Robot solves Rubik's Cube in under a second, because self-driving cars
Because 1980s toys are like cars, y'know?
Spotify bug is slowly killing hard drives with data vomit
Kills your PC as you kill your ears with One Direction
Dirty COW: Google releases a make-do patch for Linux vulnerability
Firm pitches in with 'supplemental' fixes for Nexus and Pixel handsets
Celebrate Trump with a Chrome extension that turns him into a burger
When life gives you bull, make burgers
BT Openreach launches 1Gbps FTTP broadband service
Faster speeds will be available to firm's wholesale customers from 6 December
Recruitment firm Michael Page hacked - passwords, emails and more exposed
Finger of blame pointed at Capgemini for leaving development server unattended
Microsoft brings a virtual trackpad to Windows 10 in latest update
For people who want to control a monitor using a tablet. Eh?
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
Multi-core performance is just 500 points higher than the Snapdragon 845