And yet a third of machines still run it
There's no 'i' in Microsoft Teams. Except the one
We are The INQUIRER's complete lack of surprise
And someone has come back to say goodbye
And 20 per cent of Trusts have no plans to upgrade
X marks the smart home
There can be only OneDrive
Someone's been having disc-ussions outside of Redmond
In case anyone confuses it with a 16-year-old enterprise product, apparently
God ♥ Minecraft
Absolutely, definitely a complete surprise
Locked, stopped and two smoking Czech cybersecurity suits
At last, the licence fairies are delivering
Look out! Google Mails!
Strictly Come DNSing
Corpsetana more like
Firm claims changes come as a result or, er, 'customer feedback'
But eager game streaming beavers will have to wait until 2020
And there's a Dark Mode, because of course
OK Google, explain 'imminent disappointment'
Good news for Surface Pro X owners
Update plasters over 74 flaws in total
Right on schedule, sort of
Don't expect others to follow suit
It claims the worst is still to come
Microsoft goggles can be yours for just, er, £2,730
He claims legal action took his 'eye off the ball'
To be fair, it had more rings that Sonic the Hedgehog
Edge-y and subversive
But will Silica gel...?
It's 'the browser for business', apparently
And Clippy is nowhere to be seen
Edge is dead. Long live Cdge
Azure that's a good idea?
Says refugees could be worse off without a bit of Github
Really Microsoft? REALLY?
Redmond has observed 16 attacks so far
Redmond shows it's touch-sensitive after all
The force is strong with this one
The use of magnets won't polarise opinion
Head in the clouds, feet on the Surface
Threat allows database content to be modified or deleted
The Surface Pro X will be the first machine with the security capabilities