It's part of a wider crackdown on internet services
Court claims firm is 'indisputably' a telecoms operator and must comply with local laws
And the company is yet to apologise
Microsoft will replace the product 'over time'
Coming soon to a PC near you. Sick bags not provided, sadly
Microsoft's migraine-inducing messaging app now supports P2P payments
Communication tool may end up being useful again at some point
Threat is distributed via compromised wireless networks, not the Play Store
But that's what happens when you roll wet satsumas in flour and call it a UI
CyberTeam claims Steam is its next target
It means something really heavy. It means there's no more telly
This is your instant messenger on drugs....
Sir Tim speaks, but who's listening?
Telecoms outfit wants to become a software as a service company instead
And don't forget the Android Pay offer, it's paying out (for us at least)
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