Vodafone blames damaged fibre cable for the information systems outage
Amsterdam makes headlines for a different kind of smoking
Testers suffer buggy performance, freezes and fully-borked devices
A fix will be rollout out to Pixel handsets in the 'coming weeks'
Presenting fit-for-purpose as-a-service
It's now safe to eat croissants over your laptop again
Happy BA-has-screwed-something-up-Thursday everyone!
Long-standing issue causes app to crash on launch
Blancco report also outs the iPhone 6S as most failure-prone iDevice
The trailers are always better than the films anyway....
And you won't even know if it's happened
In other news, INQ has its most productive day ever
Firm promises update will stop the browser from freezing and crashing
Firm will offer free replacements for users with, er, 'sticky' keys
Letter to Nicky Morgan MP explains cause of prolonged June outage
Firm claims it's fixed, but customers are still reporting issues
Firm's refusal to provide repairs 'violated Australian Consumer Law'
Users report that the cloud-hosted service is 'completely unusable'
Which? calls for action from Microsoft to restore user faith
5GHz WiFi bug could be to blame, but Apple has yet to comment
TSB stands for 'Truly Shambolic Bank', says Nicky Morgan MP
FCA says firm's CEO 'portrayed an optimistic view' of the bank's services
Firm allegedly knew the mechanism was prone to failure but paid no heed
Refurbed Pro 4s will be offered as free replacements
Microsoft is blocking the update while it fixes the issue
Testing... testing... why didn't Microsoft do more testing?
Support document tells staff to perform rear camera repairs to fix problems
Nyko accused of not doing enough to disclose console-borking bug
But firm admits systems might not be fixed until next week
But update contains a warning about non-genuine screen replacements
Nicky Morgan MP wants to get the FCA involved
Either that or they're emailing themselves about big dinkle pills in their sleep
But they won't get to keep it
Basically, it didn't work. So that's cleared that up
Here we go again...
Buy cheap, pay twice
10 planes per hour limit slows everyone down
Follows reports of property damage and a chemical burn
An update has fixed the problem that left Oculus red-faced
Firm promises 'no data has been lost' as a result
Maybe it was the snow. Or something
It's rolling out now to users in Germany
Chilly weather makes fast charging less nippy
Software engineers found the data writing bug via sparse disk images
Son of a beech
'Error 6722' plagues hundreds of early HomePod buyers
And not the good kind of mic drops