But it's not going to become a habit
POKE no more. Oh wait, that was 30 years ago
Oh Microsoft... not again...
Hmmm... says Microsoft
DPA slams Redmond for failing to inform users about data slurping
Maybe. Or maybe something more benign
No iPhones please, I'm Microsoft
But Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth doesn't agree
Under the Surface, another bootsy oopsy
At last, granular, by-the-app permissions
That is all Windows needs
What IS the freaking hold up?
But everything is definitely absolutely, completely FINE
Myerson confirms timeline, but doesn't confirm Timeline. See what we did there?
But noone has mentioned updates yet
Everyone is happy again, for now.
Your positive feedback is really helping it out
Was it all a big publicity stunt?
Didn't even bother to canvas opinion
Users are unable to install Microsoft's March Creators Update
Firm also announces that first Azure Stack hardware is now available
Dunno why we ever thought it was. We are fools. Apparently
Firm claims cloud-based threat detection will 'stop attacks as they happen'
And just eight Met Police PCs have been upgraded to Windows 10
But it seems to be not as bad as first though
Windows 10, 64-bit OS devices susceptible to rootkit attack
As usual, there's a very good reason
For those with a grand burning a hole in their pocket
The second Creators Update is beginning to take shape
Redmond claims it's confident that OS complies with competition laws
But what did his mum catch him doing? And what party does he work for?
Windows 10 2-in-1 gives the Microsoft Surface Laptop a run for its money
Last weeks accidental update hid a payload of future shocks. Maybe
Winchester, pint, blow over etc
First devices based on the Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC Platform will launch in Q4
Firm also outs ZenBook Pro with Nvidia GTX 1050Ti GPU and 14-hour battery life
Everyone's a critic, of course
So we're trusting that with a ten-foot bargepole, aren't we?
iMac clone will start shipping on 15 June
There's top-brand pricing here, before the Western market is ready for them
And, er, not much else
Kaby Lake-powered Windows 10 laptop will debut next week
Researcher warns that flaw poses a 'significant threat' to large companies
Another UWP app bites the dust
Firm also announces iTunes and Ubuntu for the Windows Store. Wait... what?
Microsoft's heavy-handed Windows Store policy will see third-party browsers binned
Microsoft's one billion target remains a long way off