An idiot speaks…
Just 14 months after it was promised
But only because you didn't download it on purpose
They've done a number on us this week
Face it, it knows you're looking for naughty pictures anyway
At least it could, until Google shut it down
Vacuuming trip hazard may also be bad for your privacy
Before it rolls out to the public later this summer
But firm still beat expectations with revenues of £19bn
Unannounced chip will offer 'higher peak GPU and CPU clock speeds'
No, we don't know why either. Google+ is a ghost town
'Miss Jenkins, send in my next cyborg please'
But it'll cost you, er, 800 quid
So get up there before it becomes an alien service station
Don't ask about the name. Seriously. Don't
Firm reportedly sees AI-fuelled device as 'unmarketable'
And it's definitely, definitely not another attempt at a social network
Says he is building Sentinel to smash the humanity endangerer
Thinks internet companies should put up and not shut up
Will enable GCP customers to store data in the UK capital
This one is too fleshy… we should eat it
But Google slams CfA report as 'highly misleading'
But business users are advised to hold out for now
We will get our robot butler
Android O flagship set to feature 6in AMOLED screen, 'squeezable' design
Lobbying group aims to put trolls back under their bridge
Firm says it's not quite what it had in mind
All in the name of 40 ruddy quid
Uber says move shows that Waymo 'resorted to conspiracy theories not rooted in fact'
Google says firms failed to maintain 'high standards expected of certificate authorities'
Open source software has come a long way in 25 years
Plus something about cartoon dogs or something
INQ tries its hand at the journalism of the fuchsia
Italian designer is already partnered with Google on 'version 3'
Reports claim punishment will top last week's £2.1bn fine
Oh shi.... oh, wait, it's ok, don't panic
Data watchdog says that deal failed to comply with the Data Protection Act
Sabre Hospitality Solutions are in the shade
Plus why Google News turned to poo this week
It's a bad week to be an internet company in Europe
Can it even do that, eh?
Comes just days after firm was whacked with record £2.1bn fine
From our 'shurely shome mishtake' file
The illusion of free will. How terribly Marxist...
Firm says decision means no other firm will have to relive its 'nightmare scenario'
Google Assistant gets split personality. This orders