Tablet fans were thrilled to learn that the 16GB Google Nexus 7 was back on sale in the UK last week, after being unavailable to order since 21 July. The Nexus 7 aims to give the Apple iPad a run for its money, by offering buyers a low-cost covetable tablet option.
With all the recent focus around Windows 8 and Windows Phone, Microsoft made somewhat of an unexpected announcement with the launch of Outlook.com, a replacement to its existing Hotmail email service. The web email overhaul adds a new user interface and increased social media integration, and the Redmond firm will be hoping to prise ex-Hotmail users back from rival Gmail.
Elsewhere, security was top of mind for V3 readers, as popular online storage service Dropbox suffered a password breach, while Tesco was accused of lax web security controls and AT&T fell victim to a phishing scam.
Google Nexus 7 16GB model back on sale in UK
Search giant restocks UK shelves with budget tablet
Microsoft Outlook.com hands-on review
V3 takes an opening look at Microsoft's Hotmail replacement
Dropbox password breach highlights risks of free storage services
Security firms and analysts warn UK businesses against trusting consumer products with corporate data
Apple grows mobile market share despite wait for iPhone 5
Android remains largest mobile OS overall, Comscore reports
Nokia 808 Pureview review
V3 takes a look at Nokia's camera with a phone
Tesco accused of inadequate website and password security
Shoppers left at risk from basic security oversights
Massive phishing scam hits AT&T customers
Campaign spurts out 200,000 fake phishing emails
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich arrives on Samsung Galaxy Tab series
Still no word on Jelly Bean update
Adobe issues fix for Flash Player crash
Update Service patched for Windows
Raspberry Pi to run Android Ice Cream Sandwich
Latest Android platform coming to the £22 single-board computer
Microsoft comes up with a new way to foist its unloved and little used Edge web browser on people
Facebook suspends Cambridge Analytica following weekend claims that it illegally harvested information from 50 million users
Insider claims Cambridge Analytica used academic app to filch Facebook data of 50 million users
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