After all the hype around the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S3 it was perhaps not surprising that our in-depth review of the device was the most popular article of the last week, as eager fans clamoured to see if it lived up to expectations.
Certainly we at V3 were impressed, with the quad-core processor technology, a bright and vibrant display and the best camera seen on any Samsung smartphone to date all massive ticks, although a slightly cheap feel case stopped it achieving a hallowed five-star review.
Elsewhere, though, it was more security concerns dominated reader interest, starting with the revelations that LinkedIn had some 6.5 million passwords stolen by hackers. This also made our quick guide to password protection eagerly popular, as readers concerned by the events looked to improve the security of their other online accounts.
In other news, CERN’s admission that the faster-than-light neutrino results first observed last year were definitely erroneous was also popular, and no doubt a relief, with many readers.
Samsung Galaxy S3 review
V3 takes an in-depth look at Android's latest iPhone nemesis, the Galaxy S3
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Millions of account passwords posted to Russian hacker site, while iOS app snaffles calendar data on the sly
Quick guide to password protection
With Last.fm eHarmony and LinkedIn all hit by attacks V3 offers some top password protection tips
LinkedIn breach could be bigger than first thought
Original estimates of 6.5 million passwords compromised likely to be too optimistic warns Imperva
CERN confirms error in faster-than-light results
Neutrino experiment proven to be flawed
Windows Embedded Standard 8 preview pushed out at Computex
Microsoft delivers second Community Technology Preview for the embedded version of Windows 8
Samsung Galaxy S3 video review
V3 examines the key strengths and weaknesses of Samsung's latest iPhone killer
Weak passwords remain endemic, says Cambridge researcher
Poor selection occurs throughout the world
Toshiba unveils lightest 13in ultrabook in Ivy Bridge laptop overhaul
Portégé Z930 heads up Toshiba's new business laptops with bundled management tools
US identified as Stuxnet perpetrator with Obama's backing
Whitehouse leaks suggest US involvement in cyber attacks
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Traditional theories debunked by new study
Scientists closer to developing material capable of splitting water for better storage of solar energy
Experiments needed to see if the material works in the real world
Developers first in the queue to test TensorRT and TensorFlow integration tools running on Nvidia GPUs