With Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launching on Friday it is perhaps no surprise that V3 readers were keen to find out as much as possible about the devices.
As such our guide to the release date, price and features of the iPhone 6, and the news that those after the 64GB and 128GB versions may face a long wait, were both of interest.
News of the release of iOS 8 was also widely read as those moving to the new system read through our top 10 tips and tricks to learn about some of the new features on their iPhone and iPad.
It wasn’t all Apple, though, with IBM announcing its Watson analytics engine is now open to all in the cloud, while Michael Dell admitted that the company is considering ARM chips for its servers, if the price is right.
Finally, Londoners can now pay for their tube journeys with contactless bank cards and phones after the network was upgraded to accept cashless payments.
iPhone 6 release date, price and specs
Apple's 2014 flagship smartphone is available now to preorder
iPhone 6 gold, 64GB and 128GB buyers face wait until mid-October
Preorders for 16GB silver and grey models will arrive by end of September
Apple iPhone 6 Plus better built than the Galaxy S5, shows teardown
Features ‘reworked, improved design' and sizeable 2915mAh, iFixit reveals
iOS 8: Top 10 tips, tricks and updates
V3 looks at some of the top new capabilities offered by the new Apple OS
London Underground contactless payments go live
Service to arrive on trains, tubes and trams from Tuesday morning
Apple iOS 8 arrives but bug causes HealthKit apps delay
Unspecified issue hampers launch of new services
Michael Dell says PCs are not dead, could use ARM chips in servers
Founder confirms the company’s commitment to desktop computers
IBM offers Watson supercomputer power to the world with cloud analytics tool
Natural language powers a business-led predictive analytics tool for desktop and mobile use
Microsoft confirms Trustworthy Computing security team job cuts
Anti-hacker division to 'work more closely' with other departments
V3 Security Summit: Skills gap puts the future of UK cyber security at risk
Manifestos, objectives, programs and apprentices all herald a demand for digital skills
Dr Kuan Hon criticises GDPR consent emails that will only eviscerate marketing databases and 'media misinformation'
Apple squashes Steam Link app on 'business conflicts' grounds
Philip Hammond wants to forget rules that the UK agreed with the EU to ban non-European companies from the satellites
Instapaper to 'go dark' in Europe until it can work out GDPR compliance