Microsoft is hoping to finally succeed in the mobile market with the release of Windows Phone 8, and it looks like V3 readers are certainly interested in the platform.
Our most popular story of last week was our head to head review of two of the hottest Windows Phone 8 handsets around, the Nokia Lumia 920 and the HTC Windows Phone 8X.
However, early adopters of the mobile OS were less than impressed with a bug that causes Windows Phone 8 devices to randomly reboot.
Security was also a major concern among readers, as hackers managed to infiltrate the government's new Gov.UK website and post a fake James Bond job ad, while researchers were busy investigating threats to the open-source Linux platform and a new exploit kit that enables drive-by malware attacks.
The prize for worst week goes to HP, which reported more disappointing financials along with fraud allegations over the Autonomy acquisition. Maybe it's time for the firm to roll out WebOS again for a final foray into tablets and smartphones, as its PC numbers are unlikely to see a huge improvement.
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