The only sharing it seems to like is done over a bowl of chips
Beta code hints all-but-confirms the decidedly un-Apple move
Some day his prints will come
Really, Oath? This? Again?
UK lawmakers want smart machines to benefit, not wreck humanity
Think you're software engineer of the year? Get entering!
Low-end Android mobe takes aim at students in South Korea
But questions are being raised about what that actually means
New model boasts an upgraded dual camera and 4K display
This weeks news-in-brief-in-Google
Firm must now 'delist' search results about a criminal conviction
Line-up comprises of new 6-core and 8-core desktop chips
PACid Technologies claims the tech giant infringed on three of its patents
Loud, in the crowd, in the cloud. Should it be allowed?
App owners refuse to hand over message transcripts to Russian state security
It's the company's second biggest purchase
The cards are exactly the same as the iteration before them
Crimson-hued smartphone available to pick up from £699
Devices have missed important updates but users weren't told, claim researchers
End of support starts October 2018, so best to get the second-gen handsets
Stem subjects point to future blossoming for the flower of power
John McAfee is probably wondering 'is that all?'
The PC isn't dead, it's just resting
Move comes as US gov sounds alarm bells over 'Chinese espionage'
Even the social network's boss wasn't immune to data-scraping
Inventory in retail locations is 'piling up', claims Bloomberg
The beginning of the end of the beginning
Last changes were back in 2011
Flagship phablet could debut as early as July
Microcode updates cover products dating as far back as 2011
Majority fix vulns in browsers and browser-related technologies
But the update borks data-powered third-party services
US chipmaker looks to extend its dominance beyond smartphones
Springs's forward falls back
The biggest code repository in the world comes of age
Home secretary Amber Rudd wants UK authorities to police the dark web
FCC filing suggests it's a 4K dongle-beast
But you probably won't see it until, er, 2021
Six manufacturers warned to get rid of the sticking point
Customers given a freight, but only 1,000 accounts were directly affected
The social network billionaire schooled some less than tech-savvy senators
Suit alleges firms 'abused the human right to privacy'
But firm has since said it condemns cheating in any form
But VirnetX's victory likely will be short-lived
It's a dotty problem
Firm regulates the way that customers can use its AI tech
It's overdrafted in some minnow banks but they'll take no credit