Which raises more questions than it answers
Redmond comes across all mea culpa but won't follow the example of other tech pals
But Sony might steal the show come 12 February
GLAS thermostat loses the thing that made it a thing
Almighty cock HUP
Drivers belong to Huawei, Intel, AMD and more
Could give s**t loot the boot
It just got too difficult updating all those bits of paper
More like, er, Spype
Be still our beating meh
All hail Sir Facebook!
Dial 'S' for 'slightly lobotomised'
Recovery image CDs no more
Firm hopes that screwing Skype will double Teams penetration
Needs hire standards
Cortana is now in session
Who's going to driver your home screen, tonight?
You've either got, or you haven't got tiles
A row that could end up in a break-up
It's on the naughty Liszt
Oh good. Just what we needed. AI Clippy
Someone really needs a new Xbox
A flaw in the protocol affects iOS, macOS and Windows 10
Large enterprises and political orgs suffer the brunt
Ex-staffer faces 20 years in the clink
It wants to forget 1809, just like you
0.16 per cent of machines are using 17-year-old OS
Oh boy, we can't wait for Samsung to add Bixby
It's only taken it two months to realise
GDPR is a kick in the privacy
This is your disused Benetton store on drugs
Users have such fond memories of XP, they seem to be replicating its death
The road to hell, paved with the usual good intentions
Your mother's maiden name is no good here
Redmond says Nikkei report was 'inaccurate'
15 of July's vulns are rated as 'critical'
In context menus, no-one can hear you seethe
Fileless attack uses 'living off the land techniques' to spread
The lack of borkage was nice while it lasted
Shanghai and dry