The Mobile World Congress trade show has come and gone with a flurry of announcements and for V3 readers the highlight was clearly Samsung’s Galaxy S5 unveiling.
Our hands-on review of the device was the most popular article last week, as we weighed up the Galaxy S5 against key rivals such as the iPhone 5S and Samsung's previous Galaxy S4 effort.
Other devices from the show that graced the top 10 include HP’s Pavilion x360 tablet-laptop hybrid and Sony’s new Xperia Z2 smartphone and tablet.
Apart from device stories, there was shock and outrage with revelations that GCHQ had spied on millions of web users via their webcams, taking and storing thousands of images, in one of the darkest twists in the spying scandal to date.
Finally, another trade show last week Cloud Expo Europe provided some fascinating insights into how major organisations such as Virgin Atlantic and HSBC are using the cloud, and the issues that remain around security and legal compliance.
MWC: Samsung Galaxy S5 hands-on review
We test out the latest device from the South Korean firm
GCHQ spied on millions of Yahoo webcam users
Images of millions of innocent citizens captured and stored
MWC: Sony unveils Xperia Z2 smartphone and tablet on Android KitKat
Japanese firm continues push with hardware lines
HSBC chief fears IT leaders will face jail for cloud breaches
Legal frameworks need updating in the financial sector
Kaspersky charts surge in mobile banking malware
Android hit by 98 percent of all attacks
London’s Victorian sewers help capital’s internet to flow freely
Geo Networks discusses use of sewer for fibre delivery
Virgin Atlantic takes to the cloud to solve legacy IT 'mess'
CIO on how he's changing IT use at airline giant
MPs and web activists in shock over GCHQ Yahoo webcam spying
Worse than Orwell could ever imagine
MWC: HP Pavilion x360 hands-on review
We test out another piece of kit from the hardware giant
Tesco pilots IBM tech for augmented reality shelf stacking
Firm testing out tech in unnamed London store
Geoengineering on the sea floor near glaciers would form a new ice shelf to prevent melting
Alterations in capillary blood flow can be caused by body position change
Curiosity rover is in 'normal mode' but not transmitting scientific data back to base
NatWest outage comes a day after Barclays' IT systems shut out customers and staff