Last week saw the revelation that another open source security issue has come to light, with the Shellshock vulnerability in Bash software uncovered. The fallout was huge, with security experts warning of potentially massive repercussions.
As such V3 readers were clearly keen to keep abreast of the issue, with our initial story and subsequent follow-ups of interest, no doubt with IT managers and those charged with security of their company reading especially closely.
Elsewhere, Apple ran into problems with its new iOS 8 update. Many customers on its older iPhone 4S device were particularly annoyed, claiming the updates was too much for their phone to handle.
In more positive news, key technology industry players flocked to see if they had made the shortlist for the V3 Technology Awards 2014, hoping to secure the prestigious award at the event on 28 November, taking place at the glamarous May Fair Hotel.
Bash bug poses huge risk to Unix, Linux and Mac OS X systems
Another open source flaw poses major threat
iOS 8 slows iPhone 4S, incurring Apple forum fury
More problems for Apple owners
V3 reveals shortlist for its Technology Awards 2014
We reveal who's made the final cut
Hackers caught exploiting Shellshock Bash vulnerability
Cyber crooks rush to benefit from new issue
Bash Shellshock bug puts servers, SCADA and web world at risk
Worse than Heartbleed, say security experts
Microsoft tells cloud developers to check services for malware or risk blacklisting
Simple advice, but worth heeding
Apple iPhone 6 Plus better built than the Galaxy S5, shows teardown
Apple scores a design point over rival
BT touts copper-boosting 1Gbps G.Fast broadband technology
Innovative tech could be used in future to boost networks
Oracle releases its OpenStack cloud-computing distribution on Oracle Linux
Available as a free download
Top 10 Apple blunders: bendy phones, iOS errors and unwanted U2 albums
Darling of the technology world does not always get things right
Citrix claims Workspot has 'continued to mislead the market' and use Citrix-patented features
Using proven technology from wireless, coax and ADSL/VDSL communication
Touts crowding genuine fans out of the market, claims government
Users complain they haven't been able to access their accounts or withdraw money