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The battle for smartphone supremacy is in full swing, with Apple and Samsung both pushing their flagship devices. So it is no surprise our head-to-head review of the iPhone 5S and Galaxy S4 proved the most popular content of the week for V3 readers.
Elsewhere, our report on cryptic tweets hinting at a 28 October launch of the KitKat 4.4 Android platform and the Nexus 5 attracted a lot of interest from readers, suggesting demand for Google’s platform is as strong as ever.
Meanwhile, Apple’s operating system fared less well, with V3 readers queuing up to berate the new platform for numerous issues and irritations. Microsoft will be hoping its Windows 8.1 update, launched last week, does not suffer a similar fate.
In other news, the European Commission urged firms in the region not to give up on cloud computing after the PRISM scandal, by pointing out many of the benefits that it offers.
iPhone 5S vs Galaxy S4 head-to-head review
We check if the latest iPhone's Touch ID sensor is enough to regain iOS' lead over Android
Google Android 4.4 KitKat and Nexus 5 slated for 28 October release following cryptic Nestle tweets
We examine the key rumours about Google's new operating system and smartphone
Apple iOS 7 problems and complaints: more issues raised
V3 touches a nerve with rundown of the most frustrating issues with operating system upgrade
Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft SkyDrive cloud systems unfit for enterprise use
Dan Worth catches up with Box chief executive Aaron Levie to unpack the firm's growth
Apple confirms 22 October event: Mac OS X Mavericks, updated iPads, MacPro expected
Firm boasts, "We still have a lot to cover"
Windows 8.1 download arrives as Microsoft pins hope on revamp
Firm hopes raft of improvements will entice buyers
Top 10 reasons Windows XP refuses to die
Looming support deadline seems powerless to stop the Rasputin of operating systems
Apple iPhone 5S users report 'blue screen of death' bug
Use of Apple apps causing some phones to crash and reboot in flashback to Windows issues
Oracle issues 51 critical Java patches in giant security update
Security vendors urge firms to install updates as soon as possible
EU urges cloud computing uptake despite PRISM fallout
Benefits of technology must win out over privacy fears