Device launches are coming thick and fast at present and V3 readers are clearly keen to find out more about new hardware on its way to market.
Dell unveiling a 13in laptop-tablet hybrid to rival the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 was the most popular story of the week, as readers were interested to see if the device could stack up against Microsoft’s new offering.
Meanwhile Acer’s Iconia Tab 8W device hands-on from the IFA trade show was also popular, as the company expands its hardware portfolio.
Security issues centred on Ireland making its unhappiness with the US known regarding the latter’s attempts to seize data on Microsoft servers stored on Irish soil. The case could have huge implications for the cloud sector.
Another major cloud issue that dominated the headlines was the hack on celebrity users of Apple’s iCloud service, which led to nude photos of Hollywood actresses such as Jennifer Lawrence being leaked.
In other news, Royal Caribbean Cruises CIO Bill Martin chatted with V3 about new investments the company has made in satellite broadband and Windows tablets, to help bring high tech to the high seas.
Dell unveils Latitude 13 laptop-tablet hybrid to rival Surface Pro 3
Detacable device heads portfolio of new hardware
Ireland voices concern with ‘objectionable’ US cloud data demands
Nation unhappy with US measures to gain access to data on its soil
Acer Iconia Tab 8W hands-on review
We check-out 8in Windows 8.1 tablet
Internet of Things Definitive Guide for iOS, Android goes live
Available on Android, iOS and the web
Legal right to flexible working spells the end of the office
Savvy businesses seeing benefits from mobile working era
De-evolved Gameover Zeus malware found in spam messages
Not as nasty, but still a threat
Apple investigating iCloud hack reports after celebrity photo theft
Hollywood starlets explicit pics leaked
Salesforce teams with Accenture to strengthen wearable tech use in business
Business software giant looks to the future
Windows 8.1 tablets and satellite broadband provide high tech on the high seas
Royal Caribbean CIO talks to V3 about cruise-ship technology
Apple reveals top 10 reasons apps are rejected
Insight for developers on persistant problems
Apple, Samsung, Google and others rush to go ever-higher upmarket is putting off potential customers
Laser tech can charge mobile phones from across a room
AMD's Zen chip roll-out continues with the focus on high-power embedded applications
And becomes the team's executive chairman to boot