The end of the year may be nigh but the tech world rumbles on with another week of news on V3. Last week saw concerns raised again about Stuxnet, with Kaspersky revealing concerns that the malware may have spread to UK and US power plants.
Another high-level security concern saw the International Atomic Energy Agency admitting its system was hit by a malware attack. It claimed no data was stolen but security experts questioned the accuracy of this claim.
Meanwhile in the device market Motorola wowed the industry with its super low-cost Moto G unit. Due to retail from just £135, it boasts some top-end specs including a quad-core processor. Our review of the device was understandably very popular.
Google may own Motorola, but it had a less successful week with V3 readers. The fiasco it has created by insisting YouTube commenters have Google+ accounts was widely read, and many voiced frustration with this setup.
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Motorola Moto G review
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£1 retailer picks Microsoft over Google
Quantum computing 'world record' broken
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Organisation claims no data lost during attacks
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