Perfect human replicas but not so much as a Nokia 3310 to be seen
Crunch time finally approaches for IPv4
But he's not an ex-programmer. He has not ceased to be.
A great fitness watch disgused as an above average smartwatch
And why all the machine learning happens inside your home network
Singapore showed the robot off at the Annual Association of South East Asian Nations conference
Hungary, Latvia and Greece are testing the iBorderCtrl (yes, really) AI system
Popular Netgear and TP-Link routers added to Cisco Talos VPNFilter warning list
Next Creators Update will feature Skype-like re-design of the user interface
Hawking defied Motor Neurone Disease for much of his life
Professor Stephen Hawking overcome the debilitating effects of motor neuron disease diagnosed at the age of just 21
Joe Belfiore confirms the operating system shift on Twitter
Microsoft pulls Meltdown and Spectre Windows patch poleaxing AMD Athlon PCs, blaming AMD for the borkage
AMD documentation not up to snuff, sniffs Microsoft
Nintendo plans to manufacture up to 30 million Switch consoles next year
Another problem with the Google Pixel 2? That's unusual, isn't it?
Uber vows to fight on (and on, and on)
Err, I don't think so, thank you very much, Amazon
Facebook claims 30,000 more customers for Workplace as it adds chat, and clients for Windows and Mac
Facebook adds features to Workplace in a bid to chisel off some users from Slack
Problems deepen for Google's ultra-expensive smartphone
Musk responds to Russian President Vladimir Putin's warning that the leader in AI would "become ruler of the world"
Latest figures reveal Microsoft is still struggling to shift people off Windows 7. Will it be the XP End of Life drama all over again?
Mixed reality adds a virtual edge to the real world
Faulty firmware in St Jude Medical / Abbotts devices means there is a risk of malicious attack
Uber brings in "calming influence" to help steady the sinking ship
First NAS aimed at the smart home
Still running your old PC on spinning rust? Crucial wants you to buy one of these instead
Eve V looks like it will give the Microsoft Surface Pro a strong run for its money - if the price is right
It's the week in Google....
Microsoft reveals another new feature in the Fall Creators' Update
Engineer James Damore "currently exploring all possible legal remedies"
Accessibility feature will enable Windows 10 users to type with their eyes
Who said tape was (completely) dead?
Security? We've heard of it
If it's anything like Acer's laptops it will work for a couple of years and then fall apart
But Elon Musk hits back suggesting that Zuckerberg 'has limited understanding of AI'
Western Digital wins injunction over Toshiba restoring access to intellectual property databases and chip samples for WD staff
Western Digital wins first round against Toshiba - one of many in the legal battles to come between the two companies
Ubuntu for Windows to run in a Sandbox environment, with SUSE and Fedora also expected to get similar treatment
New internet DRM standard approved by W3C in 'compromise' that critics say favours content providers
HTML5 and 'encrypted media extensions' will at least mean that Flash and Silverlight can be put up against a wall and shot
Techniques unlikely to be adopted any time soon, however
Researchers at Stanford and MIT create 3D carbon nanotube CPU architecture to stretch Moore's Law more
What they gain in enthusiasm, they lack in a solid ETA
Microsoft to transmit on-screen pop-ups to prod Windows 10 users to install Creators Update
'When it's in the air it actually looks like it's further away, then it lands and it looks closer,' says Volvo's David Pickett
Don't worry! Microsoft has a perfectly valid excuse, honest.
Commuters less than chuffed by ticket machine outage
Kalanick resigns following shareholder pressure, as they watch their supposed $50bn company flush itself down the toilet
Nostalgia never goes out of fashion
Microsoft moves Windows Server to the same twice-yearly update cycle as Windows 10 and Office
Mozilla promises faster Firefox for browsers who like having hundreds of tabs open