V3 readers proved there is widespread interest in tablets beyond the iPad last week, with our head-to-head review of the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Surface Pro 2 the most popular piece of the past seven days.
After extensive testing in key areas we had to conclude that the Surface Pro 2 deserved the victory, with its business-focused features having the advantage in the battle. But the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 was a worthy opponent and had plenty of assets for more consumer-orientated buyers.
Apple did get a look in, though, with our top 10 from last week covering some of the key advantages the iPhone offers over its Android rivals in light of the new 8GB iPhone 5C that hit the market last week.
In security-related news, our story about Morrisons arresting a staff member who allegedly stole details of 100,000 employees at the firm was also of keen interest. No doubt firms are wary of the risks posed by insiders and are curious about how to stop them.
Meanwhile IBM was announcing new tools to try and help firms stay on top of their systems, with its Red Cell offering designed to combat fraud by using big data analytics to spot anomalies in firms' datasets.
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