You'll never have to talk on the phone again
Google's incoming update wants you to spend less time on your phone
Thing before you act
Or Chrome is borking Windows, depending on your point of view
If they collect analytics from Pokemon Go, they can Pikatchu
Nokia withdraws but vital signs are still good
Some of it is actually useful
Brin wants Googlers to be careful with rather than beware of AI development
Google gossip and Android apps
Oh look, the EU is getting stuck into the workings of tech again
The rumours were true. The time is now
Worlds are colliding
Artificial intelligence is helping the humans rather than replace them in this case
Could be testing at your gaff by Christmas
Either that or they're emailing themselves about big dinkle pills in their sleep
Your weekly round-up of Google news and rumours
Some order in the chaos at last?
No sign of integration as security concerns continue
It's not what you block, it's what you let through
Things are going from bad to worse for the Chinese phone maker
(Select The Fonics Unilaterally)
Taking the DIY approach to AI development just got easier
Request comes as watchdog bans more than 1.8 million Amazon, Google IPs
But questions are being raised about what that actually means
This weeks news-in-brief-in-Google
Firm must now 'delist' search results about a criminal conviction
Loud, in the crowd, in the cloud. Should it be allowed?
Devices have missed important updates but users weren't told, claim researchers
End of support starts October 2018, so best to get the second-gen handsets
Stem subjects point to future blossoming for the flower of power
Last changes were back in 2011
FCC filing suggests it's a 4K dongle-beast
Hackers gonna hack; this time for a laugh
Coalition claims Google is violating child protection laws
Is Chrome about to take over the world?
'Atlas' is rumoured to feature a 3840x2160 display
More than 3,000 Googlers say firm shouldn't be in the 'business of war'
Time to get Sirious
Nasim Aghdam was 'angry' that YouTube had taken down her videos
Well, because duh....
Wait... what? This AGAIN?
Unless it's on Netflix
The Chromebook tablet aims to appeal to students
Android just became a little bit less open
Anti-competitive practices has seen google once again in the sights of antitrust authorities
This weeks in-brief Google News
Silence of the spams