The best of the week's Google stories
It has a need. A need for no weed.
Artificial artificial intelligence
Trump's banhammer claims its first victim
Firm faces mega-fine of up to £4.28bn
But apparently it's A-OK as its infrastructure is secure...
Where there's a bill, there's a Huawei
Power glitch is thought to be hardware-related
Remember that sandwich from 2013?
The weird and wonderful from Alphabet Castle
But ignore those prompts to switch to a Google sign-in, for now
Defenestration for the Chrome OS generation
But only by attackers in the vicinity and with a shedload of patience
You could be $20 better off even if you weren't affected
Enjoy your phone while you still can
Well, that's one way to get people off their phones
A lot happened, how much did you miss?
Momma's little baby loves Kotlin, Kotlin....
The dark side of the merger
It's bigger than it looks
Plans to make it easier to see exactly what those cookies do
Big commands, tiny data footprint.
Next-gen OS also boasts more than 50 security-focused features
The best pure Android phones not a lot of money can buy
Future products will also carry the Google-Nest name
Only accessible using IE for UNIX on alternate Tuesdays*
The week in Google
AI and 19th century inspiration combine with cutting edge photo filters
You were never really here
Tile be back
Schmidt happens. Then it doesn't
The exploit allows a fake address bar to be hidden below a legit one
AlphAbEt's IOU - sometimes, why?
DO Global goes full mea culpa
Troy and Google in the moooorning
Sensorvault allegedly contains consumer info dating back to 2009
But it's only available to a 'small number' of users
Plus the way the app works means you may as well not have a password anyway
It's the week in Google news
Fairsearch slams effort for failing to correct ' central problem'
Even parts of Google that aren't bot-powered can feel like it
It's only taken them two years to come to an agreement
Gives an old name new Current-sy
Provided it's Android, anyway
Confirms new laptops and tablets are in the pipeline
No such thing as a free hunch