Was it cheaper than letting Kalanick testify twice?
But which one is the myth?
Your fat thighs are the least of your worries
And not the good kind of mic drops
Firm could also have its own games console in the works
Firm will now cough-up $5k for remote-code execution flaws
All the taste of malicious activity but without the malware
Let the car-bunkle begin
And it's only taken 18 months
It's all the bits you missed
Free's a jolly good fellow
That's nearly 2,000 a day
Firm welcomes 2,000 HTC designers as deal closes
Google claims it removed dodgy ads 'within two hours'
Seems to be an Acer-branded device
Steve Yegge claims firm's 'eyes are fixed on rivals, not customers'
Google tech-fuelled outfit will tell hackers to GTFO
And it's available to download now on Windows, Linux and macOS
Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages slammed as internet takeover bid by disgruntled web devs and publishers
Least surprising news of the year so far
Lack of proper comms gets a frosty reception from Project Zero's Travis Ormandy
Touts AI as 'one of the most important things that humanity is working on'
You can't fault them for speed
Plus the three-for-free
21-year-old Alex Bessell also ran dark web marketplace 'Aiobuy'
What could possibly go wrong...
500,000 downloads provided cyber criminals with a powerful botnet to tap into
Google's Project Zero uncovers proof-of-concept attack
Check Point says it may have been downloaded as many as seven million times
Chromecast and Home devices appear to be borking WiFi networks
Firm is calling for Reptoline fix to be rolled out industry-wide
And a waterlogged CES stand to boot
New year, new malware
Could indirectly lead to better battery life
Unexpected desert rain forces Google to abandon stand
'Awesome, another virtual reality headset,' said no one in 2018
Claims firm is 'targeting' white men with right-leaning views
Meanwhile, Hangouts, Allo, Duo, Voice all exist as separate services
'OK Google, be omnipresent'
plus news of the Pixel and G Suite
Surprise pop up raises concerns over Google's policies
But only temporary patches are available for now
It didn't come as a surprise for some big players
Fixes exist but it looks like fundamental processor designs are borked
Collecting TV ratings has never been so ruddy creepy
In a weird, not entirely sort of way