The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been out for a short while now and millions around the world are clamouring to find out whether the pre-launch hype was worth the fuss.
As such, it's no surprise that our review of the device was our most-read article of last week, with readers keen to find out how it stacked up against the likes of the iPhone 5 and HTC One.
Elsewhere, hackers hit thousands of websites with an attack through Apache, with security firm Eset uncovering the malicious cyber campaign that tried to herd web users to sites carrying Blackhole exploit packs. Security issues also affected Apple users with a phishing scam uncovered by Trend Micro that was using fake login pages to try and trick people into entering their IDs.
Finally, V3 scored some exclusive insight from CA Technologies on the issues that affected RBS last year when its IT systems crashed, revealing that the two firms remain partners despite last year's upheavals.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
A decent phone, but one that repeats and at times compounds its predecessor's flaws
Hackers hit thousands of websites with Apache backdoor attack
Stealthy campaign caught herding web traffic to Blackhole sites
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 takes aim at iPad Mini and Nexus 7
Korean firm looks to become big player in tiny tablet market
Phishing scam targets Apple ID users
Attacks look to harvest account credentials
Top 10 Samsung Galaxy S4: Best and worst features
Do the highly anticipated innovations live up to the hype?
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UK general manager confirms that RBS remains a customer, despite last year's upheavals
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