While Windows 10 has arrived, the mobile version remains a way off its official launch just yet. But V3 readers are clearly keen to find out as much as they can about the platform, and our round-up proved immensely popular.
Elsewhere, news that the Ministry of Defence has signed a £1.5bn 10-year deal with Fujitsu and the Atlas Consortium was also of note, and no doubt many wondered whether this will be another government IT project doomed to failure.
Security concerns, as ever, dominated the headlines over the week. Imperva uncovered a 'man-in-the-cloud' threat that could affect major services such as Dropbox and Google Drive, although it remains mostly theoretical at present.
More real was the discovery by Dell of yet another Chinese hacking group, this one dubbed Emissary Panda, which appears to be targeting the websites of high-profile organisations, including the Russian embassy in Washington and defence manufacturers in the US and the UK.
Windows 10 Mobile release date, price, devices and features
All the key details about Microsoft's new mobile OS
MoD bypasses government IT spending limit with £1.5bn deals
Fujitsu and Atlas Consortium win deal
Major cloud services such as Google Drive and Dropbox at risk from 'man-in-the-cloud' attacks
Imperva uncovers potentially damaging flaw in cloud tools
Microsoft Edge review
We put Microsoft's new browser through its paces
Dell exposes Chinese cyber espionage group Emissary Panda
Another Chinese hacking group uncovered
Hackers use Yahoo ad network to spread malware to millions
Malwarebytes uncovers major attack
Smartphone and laptop user privacy at risk from 'silent' battery life API
Researchers chide W3C for permission-less API
Windows 10: How to get it, but be prepared for a long and slow installation
Beat the wait for Windows 10, sort of
US faces uphill battle over China retaliation following OPM hack
Options limited in ongoing cyber cold war
Windows 10 business features
The best features for business users in the new OS
A new RSA report urges coders to sign a 'Hippocratic Oath' before embarking on AI programmes.
IT security vendor believes APT33 is working for the Iranian government
Darktrace pushes machine learning to take some of the pressure off of IT and security teams
Google also gets its hands on HTC's IP in a non-exclusive deal