It was nice knowing you, sort of
Soon... soon they'll all pay... ahahahaha!
Redmond is returning to Barcelona
The glitch is back
Tappety-tappety-tap; another tiny nail in AI assistant's coffin
Rights groups warn tech will 'undermine public trust'
Surface and third-party devices with an unfortunate kink are on the way
Huawei will have to settle for a rhomboid
It's bad news for more than a third of Windows users
Redmond's search screening needs some work
'You using that storage space, mate?' said a hungry Windows 10 update
Looks to win over users after Microsoft's acquisition
But the generation could be drawing to a close
And it has only taken 41 months
FLAC by dope dim and...
The most popular articles from the past 12 months
Litter Tray Bien
We assume that means anyone over the age of 80
Freelance hub could be getting the LinkedIn treatment
Alongside cheaper 'Lockhart' console, apparently
The best Surface Pro yet but not much of an upgrade
An all-in subscription package is getting closer
Insider claims accidental foul play
Because, let's face it, Cortana is a bit dull
Driver to distraction
Important for those still using iTunes to sync their Zune
Blame it on a misleading label
FruityArmor and SandCat have already made use of the privilege escalation bug
Office is the new Slack
Will be paired with custom AI coprocessor
Everything is going to be the same, just a bit different
This is 'as-a-service' the Thameslink way
AI weapons might just be the future or war
Yes, yes, we can hear you screaming 'dystopia' at the back
Foldable gizmo could run modular Windows Core OS
We're well in to December. October Update, much?
This would never have happened when Kevin was alive
Still likely to end the year ahead
Windows 10 ultraportable shows the MackBook Air how it's done
A new take on blue screen of death
And in that time, Microsoft has fixed... how many bugs?
Not bad for a company that can't even update its own software properly
October Update. Nearly December.
We might have to turn this into a daily column