No reference points. No mercy
Google Play may need a new door man
Claims its approach to open source is better
Some models are fully sold out, others won't ship for 'four to five' weeks
We've had no luck so you don't have to...
Oreo flagship impresses with its market-leading camera and blazing-fast performance
For what we are not about to receive
Turns out some companies had fixed it before it came to light
Device was recording users 'thousands of times a day'
Managed to sneak into the official Google Chrome Web Store and attract over 37,000 users
Facebook and Google will be forced to deal with consequences of online trolling
Investigation underway to determine effect on 2016 US presidential election
Cornell University has just hosted AI wars for science
All the Google event news in one place with a cherry on top
Someone is going to get the cul-de-P45
These aren't the droids you're looking for (at this price)
The only way is ethics
Handset feels like a flagship worthy of taking on the Galaxy S8
But you might be waiting a while to get one
Orea flagships also off HTC U11-style squeezy edges. Yippee
It'll be available to pre-order in the UK from today
One we saw coming. One we didn't
That takes the biscuit
The most fragmented part of the market
No Freaking Comebacks
We may get news as soon as Wednesday
Search giant demonstrates plans for big Show-off earlier than planned
In other news, Elon Musk has a heart attack
Full specs leak ahead of 4 October launch
Business will use its own revenue to bid for ad slots, according to reports
Firm's new CSS engine promises huge performance gains
Firm says Amazon failed to fix the 'broken' experience
Google's year-old Nougat OS, meanwhile, powers just 16 per cent of devices
Eugene Kaspersky's ex claims device will prevent apps from spying on users
Comes with some caveats though
Deal will see consistency across Apple products
RSA wants to stop biased machines in their tracks
Too expensive, too late?
It's not quite the takeover we were expecting though.
Shares suspended ahead of 'major announcement'
She may want that, she may not get it
Firm unlikely to have many surprises in store on 4 October
And there's already Intel Inside some of Google's autonomous cars
But firm remains tight-lipped on previously-promised G4 update
But move is slammed as an 'additional anti-competitive barrier'
Well, sort of
Unveiling of new Google Home and Chromebook devices also expected
Random apps of badness