There are so many top-of-the-range smartphones on the market, and choosing which one is best for you is a tough call. So it's no surprise to see V3 readers flocking to another head-to-head review, as we pitted Samsung's and HTC's latest models against each other.
It was a hard-fought battle, but there was a clear winner so head over to the review to see which phone emerged victorious.
Elsewhere, there was success for the security community as the Simda botnet was taken down by a coordinated cross-industry effort, although warnings have already arrived proclaiming that it will return stronger than ever.
Meanwhile, more warnings were issued about the skills shortage looming in Europe. A shortfall of as high as 800,000 is expected by 2020, according to European Commission Digital Single Market chief Andrus Ansip, unless something is done.
One answer, according to security consortium ISC2, is for organisations to move more services to the cloud as it enables them to outsource the skills required for IT management to dedicated firms, rather than having to manage everything in-house.
Galaxy S6 vs HTC One M9
Samsung and HTC flagships go head-to-head
Simda botnet hackers will return with a vengeance
Interpol works with Microsoft, Kaspersky Lab and Trend Micro to smash botnet
Huawei P8 smartphone launches with 'iPhone-beating camera'
Chinese vendor offers another top-range smartphone
Microsoft and Salesforce funding helps Inside Sales land on UK shores
Sales acceleration firm to make London its HQ
Europe faces 800,000 shortfall in skilled ICT workers by 2020
Dire warnings from EC chief
Oracle issues 98 security fixes including 14 for Java
More fixes for troublesome tool
Cloud security is answer to IT skills shortage and technology sprawl
ISC2 says outsourcing to the cloud can solve skills shortage
Modern aircraft could be hacked via onboard WiFi systems
Worrying report from US government
Chinese APT30 hackers infiltrated air gapped systems for 10 years
Group appears to have targeted Southeast Asian organisations
Hackers hitting firms with malware five times a second
Verizon report underlines state of security threat landscape
British Airways blames 'global systems outage' for IT meltdown
Mark Zuckerberg mercilessly trolled by Harvard student newspaper after return to university he dropped out of 12 years ago
'Unauthorised user' blamed by Harvard for insulting Mark Zoinkerberg
Android under attack from 'Judy', Google Play Store malware that has infected up to 36.5 million users
Yet more Android malware discovered on the Google Play Store
Airport believes new system will be more reliable than GPS or Google Maps