The other Google news of the week
It's virtually certain now
Big G is planning a glut of new hardware for 2019
And a few sleeping ones as well
And it'll soon be available on all public, private and hybrid cloud platforms
New regulator could 'insist on compliance' to a code of conduct
(Whispers - basically, its a mail merge)
Looks like the chips are up for the Big G
You wait years for an update and then the bus comes, or something
Just mind that manhole cov.... never mind....
All the rest of the best of the Google News
No octa core? No problem!
It's clearly worried about that potential, er, £8,100 fine
So much for cross-platform
It's still at its early stages but could be a solution
If you're using 'password 1234', the answer is probably yes
Firm was slapped with $5.1bn worth of penalties in 2018
Watchdog has received complaints about firm's heavy-handed data collection
RMIT boffins teaches AI to learn from its mistakes
The rest of the week's Google news
Between one and 94,000 employees were left hungry and confused
We thought we'd tell you as you probably wouldn't notice
'Screenwise Meter' is as much of a privacy knob as Facebook 'Research'
It's all the... other... news from Google
So far, we expect Diana Ross to side with Google
French Finance Minister claims deal will be in place before the European elections
But only for G Suite users, so far
And Opera. And Vivaldi. And Edge
CNIL slams firm's lack of transparency around user data
Another week of Google news in brief
Third time unlucky
EU do it to yourself
Partnership hints that more advanced models are on the way
And it's not exactly small
Early fondle appears ahead of likely Google I/O debut
It also risks a fine of, er, £8,100
But it's really only going to affect the flaggiest of flagships
Rights groups warn tech will 'undermine public trust'
Don't pretend you weren't warned
Lawsuit aims for root and branch corporate change at Google
'Hey Google, is there anything you didn't announce'?
An EU person in support of Google, but it's not April Fool's yet!
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the Googlesphere
Where Fuchsia meets past
User advisory: Dark Themes