With Mobile World Congress (MWC) just around the corner it's perhaps no surprise that mobile stories were of most interest to V3 readers last week, with reviews of new devices proving popular.
Top of the pile was our review of the excellent Lumia 620 from Nokia that secured a solid four out five stars as it offers all the business benefits of the excellent Windows Phone 8 operating system but at a price point that would appeal to anyone.
Also popular was our video review of the Q10 smartphone from BlackBerry, while our hands on video of the Z10 was also well read.
Elsewhere, security issues caught the eye in the form of a zero-day attack on Adobe's PDF format. Vodafone also had to warn customers with the Apple iPhone 4S not to update to the new iOS 6.1 software update due to issues with network connectivity.
Finally, the return of the Kelihos botnet was of interest, as was Microsoft's acknowledgment of its return, as the battle against cyber criminals continues to rage.
Nokia Lumia 620 review
An affordable, colourful Windows Phone 8 smartphone
BlackBerry Q10 video demo
The largest and most rugged physical keyboard BlackBerry has ever built into a smartphone
Adobe warns users over zero-day PDF attack
Malware writers targeting new vulnerabilities in popular document system
Vodafone warns Apple iPhone 4S users to avoid iOS 6.1 update due to 3G problems
Update causing 3G and network connectivity issues
Apple targeting Windows PC market for future iPad growth
Tim Cook boasts of enterprise uptake of top-selling tablet
BlackBerry Z10 video review
V3 takes an in depth look at the first ever BlackBerry 10 smartphone
Home Office staff sacked for Facebook, MySpace and Bebo use
Three civil servants sacked for breaking social media rules, Freedom of Information request reveals
Apple cuts MacBook prices by £200 and boosts processing power
Tech giant looks to reinvigorate interest in its non-touch laptops
Kelihos botnet returns from the dead stronger than ever, warn researchers
Recently uncovered Nap Trojan linked to infamous botnet
Microsoft confirms Kelihos botnet return on its radar
Botnet monster returns from the dead for a third time
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