As 2014 ploughs on, more and more devices are hitting the market. This has given the V3 team plenty to review and readers are clearly keen to see what we’ve been making of all the new hardware.
Top of the pile last week was our review of the Motorolo Moto X device, possibly the last device Motorola will release before it becomes part of Lenovo. We were slightly underwhelmed, though, with the device scoring an average three stars. Head over to read more and find out why.
Looking forward to new devices coming out this year, our top 10 features and specs we want Samsung to include in its forthcoming Galaxy S5 smartphone was also popular. It's clear fans of the firm are awaiting the new device with anticipation.
On the news side of things, a huge distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against European and US network infrastructure came to light, peaking at a staggering 400Gbps.
Finally, HP had a busy week. Not only did it confirm that it would restrict the ProLiant service pack and software updates, but it unveiled a new app-management tool for iOS and Android devices to try to help IT departments control the apps employees are using.
Motorola Moto X review
Lenovo's new unit shows off latest wares
Top 10 Galaxy S5 specs and features Samsung must include
What we hope to see at MWC from phone giant
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 review
Latest tablet from South Korean firm
Asus VivoTab Note 8 review
Windows 8 machine tested
iPad Mini 2 review
Apple's latest tablet put through its paces
Huge DDoS attack hits EU and US networks
CloudFlare reports widespread cyber attack
Android apps with Trojan SMS malware infect 300,000 devices, nets crooks $6m
Users warned over more dodgy apps
LG G Pro 2 Android smartphone takes on Nokia Lumia 1020 and Sony Xperia Z1
Another top-draw phone camera hits the market
HP releases IT app store management tool for Android and iOS
Businesses given help managing BYOD wave
HP to restrict access to ProLiant service packs and firmware updates
Firm needs up-to-date contracts to keep service agreements
Self-sailing container vessels won't be more efficient, says Soren Skou
Facebook told by Brussels-based court to stop tracking non-users and to delete all data held on them
Supply chain and manufacturing experience could give Dyson an important edge
New VR Zone Portal arcades open in London and Tunbridge Wells