Another busy week in the tech world saw security dominate the headlines, with Trend Micro's report about a variant of the Bifrose malware using the Tor network to hide its communications of key concern.
The fact it was uncovered while hitting an unnamed device manufacturer will have made many firms sit up and take notice. Similarly, a report that the Syrian Malware Team were spewing out a new remote-access Trojan will have caused concern too.
Elsewhere, in more physical hardware worries, HP had to issue a recall for six million chargers, which posed a potential fire risk. In other hardware-related news, Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 device arrived in the UK, starting at a hefty £640.
Finally, Google unveiled its own drone-focused Project Wing, which sees the search giant joining the likes of Facebook and Amazon in working with this new form of technology, although the firm admitted it is very much in the earliest stages.
Evolved Bifrose Tor malware caught hitting ‘device manufacturer'
Trend Micro reports on nasty attack
Seagate targets data centres with first 8TB hard disk drives
Firm touts market-leading offering
Syrian Malware Team found spewing 'Dark Edition' BlackWorm RAT
More terrors from cyber crooks
HP recalls six million laptop power cords over fire risk
Mostly US buyers affected
Surface Pro 3 laptop-tablet hybrid arrives in the UK from £640
Microsoft's latest tablet offerings arrives
Google fills Australian sky with Project Wing drones
Joins Amazon, Facebook with sky-high plans
iPhone 6, iWatch, iOS 8: What to expect from Apple event on 9 September
The wait is nearly over for Apple's next reveals
Royal Caribbean buys 40,000 Windows 8.1 tablets for cruise staff
Major deal touted by Microsoft
HP looks to reimagine the server for compute era with ProLiant Gen 9 systems
Intel Xeon E5v3 processor chips used in new systems
Russian software bug blamed for EU's Galileo satellite orbit error
Still not clear if the satellites can serve a purpose
Apple's flagship iPhone X goes head-to-head against Samsung's freshly launched Galaxy S9 and S9+
And, yep, it'll run Android rather than RiscOS
US engineering giant's cost-cutting outsourcing plan is on the rocks, according to insiders
HP Envy X2 laptop only affordable if you've got loadsamoney