Samsung continues to try to match Apple in the smartphone market this week, its Note 4 phablet a clear rival to the iPhone 6 Plus, while the Galaxy S5 remains its flagship smartphone pitched against devices from LG and Sony.
However, for those already committed to Samsung, the two products pose a tough choice, each offering different benefits.
So, V3 put the two together to see which is best, and readers were clearly keen to find out which won. Find out for yourself from the link below.
Elsewhere, last week saw Apple's security credentials take a knock after malware was uncovered that was able to infect iOS devices via Mac machines, a first for the security market.
This could have major ramifications for firms that allow workers to use iPhones and iPads for corporate work.
Another popular story saw Cern explain how it is using OpenStack technology to help meet its ever-growing storage and data requirements as the Large Hadron Collider experiments continue to expand in scale.
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Apple blocks apps after WireLurker malware on iOS and Mac OS X uncovered in China
Company takes action after discovery in China
ATM malware thefts the 'modern day bank robbery' raking in millions for crooks
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FBI arrests alleged Silk Road 2.0 founder
Law enforcement swoops on copy-cat site
Microsoft calls time on Windows 7 and Windows 8 for consumers
Key Windows platforms reach end of life dates
Open source, dark web and Internet of Things spell disaster for business
Trend Micro warns of numerous threats for 2015
5G speeds will reach 10Gbps and power the Internet of Things
University of Surrey outlines future thoughts on next-gen mobile networks
Microsoft adds Cortana voice support to Dynamics CRM
Voice support for enterprise software
Battery development could help boost performance of smartphones
Topological photonic chips promise a more robust option for scalable quantum computers
In quantum physics both the chicken and the egg can come first, claim University of Queensland researchers
Cause-and-effect is not always straightforward in quantum physics
Mark Carney said that about 10 per cent of UK jobs would be replaced by automation: lower than earlier estimates