The launch date for Windows 10 is just over a month away and interest in the final build versions being pushed to testers is clearly mounting, as coverage of the new release from Microsoft was the most popular content on V3 in the past week.
The OS launches on 29 July and Microsoft is now getting the final feedback from testers as it hopes to woo the market with the next versions of Windows, especially after the disappointing reaction to Windows 8.
Elsewhere, a study of UK broadband services found that many millions of people do not get the speeds they are promised, something that will be of no surprise to those who regularly see slow speeds hindering their web use.
Finally, more details on the next version of the Apple Watch 2 were leaked during the week. The device, expected to launch next year, will come with a video camera and a new wireless system for greater iPhone independence.
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15 million UK households do not get the broadband speeds they pay for
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Apple Watch 2 details leaked, reports show wearable straps sold at huge profit
Data suggests watch straps cost just $2 to make and are sold for over $40
IBM claims Power8 systems beat x86 for performance per dollar
Firm touts systems as better cost alternatives for HPC
Chinese spooks hit Tor and VPN users with watering hole cyber attacks
More concerns over hackers' actions in China
Lenovo ThinkPad Helix 2 review
Impressive device worthy of the ThinkPad brand
Secret Service agent will plead guilty to Silk Road bitcoin theft
Shaun Bridges to plead guilty in August hearing
Drupal plugs critical vulnerability leaving thousands of websites open to attack
Major fixes for popular CMS platform
Dell Secureworks uncovers trojan that hides in image files
Stegoloader banking trojan is spreading through malicious PNG files
IBM and London mayor launch Tech.London online startup community
Website provides a continuously updated hub of all key startup news
Q3 losses reverse Q2 gains
FBI briefing US companies to dump Kaspersky, claiming intelligence prove it a 'threat to national security'
Kaspersky rejects FBI accusations that its products are a 'threat to national security'
But breached contractor says that it simply didn't have that much data
EE follows Three in threatening legal action against Ofcom - but for entirely different reasons