Our three-way Android head-to-head was the article that most wowed V3 readers this week as we pitted the new HTC One X smartphone against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Sony Xperia S.
It was a close race between two of the three, but you’ll have to read the review to find out the eventual winner.
As the IT world prepares for an onslaught of security announcements at London’s annual Infosec show, readers were also keen to catch up on the biggest threats.
On the hacktivist front, hacker crew Team Poison threatened to target British authorities over the arrest of its leader, Trick, following the group's high-profile attack on MI6.
Elsewhere, a team of security researchers developed an Android Trojan capable of cracking touchscreen passwords using handset movements, while Android users were warned about the growing interest in the platform for hackers as 5,000 new malicious apps targeting the Google mobile operating system were discovered in the first quarter of 2012.
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Team Poison hackers threaten authorities over leader's arrest
Group calls for Anonymous affiliates to join ‘protest' over Trick's arrest
TapLogger Android Trojan cracks touchscreen passwords using handset movements
TapLogger uses onboard movement sensors to work out what users have typed on screen
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