Unless it's next day on Venus, because in that case they're smashing it
Eight Daves a week
In a non-threatening, tea-drinking, jelly baby-eating way
Well, you can't say noone was listening
What's that, Gods of irony? You want us to lick you?
CCleaner ppwned your pprivacy, warn critics
Either that or Amazon has very big sofas with very loose covers
Major income source for iOS bloggers is culled
Hold your fire
Political messages looked to manipulate the US midterm elections
Chipmaker claims Intel went back on its promise to offer up documents
Timing of new add underlines the battleground that is the education sector
We doubt they'll take payment in discounts and vouchers
It's an INQ story with sex innuendos. You know you're going to read it
Firm's 'abnormal' battery management policy broke VLC audio-playback
Chipmaker scraps merger amid rising trade tensions between the US and China
API glitch also affects Edge, but who the frack cares about that?
Competition watchdog finds firms in breach of EU competition rule
Japanese gaming firm seeks up to $100m in damages
Move comes in response to a serious of rumour-fuelled violent incidents in India
HCSEC sounds the alarms over 'critical' shortfalls by Chinese firm
Celebrity Apprentice star says Europe has 'taken advantage of the US'
Antitrust ruling could lead to complete overhaul of the Android business model
Thermal throttling is hampering the overclockable chip's performance
EC gives firm 90 days to end practices in breach of competition law
We doubt Big Blue would take payments in voucher form
Zhang could be jailed for up to 10 years if found guilty
'Ich bin ein honest retailer'
'Worrying' research shows Brit confusion over FTTP
Let the mediocre times roll
Guido fawkes off
Firm strikes a deal to end seven-year supply ban
Xiaolang Zhang tried to escape to China 'top secret' plans
A weird set of coincidences leads to a glitch in the PayPal snail mail system
Trump has offered them a weeks grace, apparently
Germany's favourite New Zealand exile may soon have to move again
Four-year long wait ends in refusal
New board includes more legally qualified directors
Consumer claim an iPhone ban would only 'amplify' anticompetitive behaviour
Loot boxes 'employ similar techniques to scratch cards and slot machines'
It's good news for tech journalists everywhere, and Lucy Koh
Move could leave more than six million Mac users browser-less
Marks the official separation between Hub and Lab
The never-ending drama of our favourite cyber-woodsman continues
Court will decide whether firm is 'fit and propter' to hold an operator licence
Reminds us that we're supposed to be able to trust them
Microsoft's big spend is pushing back on ethical issues
Firm claims chipmaker's patents 'aren't new ideas'