Samsung and Apple continue to battle for tablet supremacy, gathering the attention of V3 readers who flocked to read our latest head-to-head review. Pitching Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S against Apple’s iPad Air, we compared screen quality, battery life and design, to see to see which device emerges victorious.
The release of the 8.1 update for Windows Phone has captured the attention of V3 readers who may be pleased that rumours of Cortana, Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s virtual personal assistant Siri, and support for app folders have come to fruition.
Amazon and Greenpeace have become embroiled in a war of words over the lack of energy-efficient data centres used to power Amazon’s Web Services. While Greenpeace praised Apple and Microsoft for using solar and wind power, it lashed out against Amazon for failing to make use of renewable energy. Amazon dismissed these criticisms, though.
Other news has seen several cyber security breaches, including revelations about an assault on Israel’s Iron Dome missile defence system and an attack on the hidden Tor Project network.
Galaxy Tab S vs iPad Air head-to-head review
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Windows Phone 8.1 update said to be imminent
Microsoft boosts mobile platform
Researchers find Holy Grail of lithium battery design
Longer-life smartphones could be attainable
Galaxy Tab S 10.5 review
We see how Samsung's newest tablet stacks up
Hacker crack squad hitting the video game industry with IP-stealing attacks
Video game firms warned to be on their guard
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Make the most of your Apple device with our breakdown of top apps
Chinese authorities confirm anti-monopoly Microsoft investigations
Company says it's happy to comply with any investigations
Amazon and Greenpeace in war of words over cloud power
It's not easy trying to be green
Hackers hit Israeli missile defence system
Incidents date back to 2011-2012
Hackers caught hunting Tor hidden services
Major worry for those using service to remain hidden
Campaigners want US authorities to break-up Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger into separate companies
The perception of the industry as "a white man in a hard hat" is limiting new applicants, says Hayaatun Sillem
Almost two years late - and just as AMD is readying 7nm Zen 2 for early 2019
Eye-wateringly expensive smart speakers take just six per cent market share, claims Strategy Analytics