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If you've never read our weekly news roundup before, we try to pick up a few things you most likely won't have seen.
And some of the big stories, too. Here's the latest...
AI (of course), robotic exoskeletons, and badly judged TV adverts (of course) are all in the news this week.
Here's some stuff you might have missed...
There's a greasy feel to this week's digital news, with a couple of fast food stories to start.
Other morsels of interest include AR adverts, some stock market joy, smart speakers and some masterly marketing from Nike.
Do you want fries with that?
The UK general election and Trump's 100-day milestone seem to have contributed to a subdued week of digital news.
However, there are still some important factoids and stories to chew on, not least the appearance of emoji gargoyles in the Netherlands.
This week's digital news has been awash with augmented reality updates, from Facebook to Snapchat and even PornHub.
Elsewhere, there's some interesting work from Google in the healthcare sector and an ongoing row about an internet-enabled juicer.
Robert Graves in an addendum to his autobiography said that people like to read about food and drink, murders, ghosts and, most of all, battles.
While I can't claim they all feature in this week's digital news roundup, it's nevertheless a corker.
This week's digital news has been full of interesting developments, from how Uber uses psychological tricks to motivate its drivers, to Google's new AI chips and a robot that makes perfect salads.
Trump and his administration get a mention, too, of course.
Lots of items that feel significant in this week's digital news.
Ikea sells connected home stuff, a publisher sues an ad tech company, visual search comes to smartphones, and brains meld with computers.
Lots of exciting glimpses into the future in this week's tech roundup.
New tools for marketers, new user experiences in banking, hope for augmented reality, and even a special smartphone pocket in your jeans (whoever could've imagined it?).
Yes, my headlines are getting ever more desperate for this weekly news feature. Still, I know you clicked.
This week there was plenty of interesting news, including Don Draper, The National Grid, CAPTCHA, vibrators and The Matrix.
Yes, it's this week's digital news, with a dating hook to drag you in.
Don't worry, all the more important and marginally less salacious news is included.
Bored with people talking about the Snap IPO? Here's some more interesting news you might have missed this week.
Includes infuriating internet-of-things PR fluff, as well as some things you should probably read.