Most popular with readers last week was our article on the most interesting features coming up with the launch of Microsoft Windows 8. Quick start-up times, an overhauled user interface and touch-screen support all made it onto the list for what promises to be one of the biggest tech launches of the year.
Talking of major tech launches, the iPad 3 is almost certain to appear in March, and we’ve been busy assessing the top 10 additions we’d most like to see on the latest Apple tablet.
From NFC support to just plain old Flash support, they're all key additions that would work wonders for the device.
The government is also pushing ahead with its cloud computing strategy, unveiling its CloudStore, a marketplace for purchasing approved cloud services from the 257 chosen suppliers.
We round up the intriguing and the innovative from Redmond's forthcoming Windows revamp
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