Security dominated the headlines on V3 last week, ranging from fixes for key software to bizarre rants against the great and the good of the security community.
Microsoft's first Patch Tuesday since the launch of Windows 10 was notable for the fact that the new platform, and its Edge browser, have already required patching.
Meanwhile, Adobe did little to convince those who see Flash as the problem child of the technology world when it rolled out 34 fixes for the tool, just a few weeks after having to patch zero-day flaws found in the Hacking Team data dump.
Finally, Oracle had to pull down a blog by its chief security officer, Mary Ann Davidson, that launched a tirade against those attempting to find flaws in its products, warning them they were breaking their licence agreements.
Away from the security world, there was also new hardware from Samsung in the form of the Galaxy S6 Edge+, which V3 had a little play with at the unveiling, and Motorola's Moto G phone was also put through its paces.
Adobe rolls out 34 security updates for Flash
More fixes for vulnerability-ridden tool
Motorola Moto G review
We put the latest Motorola device through its paces
Microsoft issues 14 Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 10, Office and IE
Windows 10 already getting security fixes two weeks after launch
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ hands-on review
Curved screen phone has plenty to offer
Oracle distances itself from CSO's anti-security blog rant
Bizarre tirade quickly taken down but comments spread far and wide
Lenovo caught installing bloatware again with Windows BIOS backdoor
Firm misuses tool to ensure its software is always on user devices
UK privacy watchdog ICO officially probing Carphone Warehouse hack
2.4 million customer records taken in cyber raid
Microsoft delivers Windows 10 for the Raspberry Pi 2
Mini-computer gets its own build of new Windows platform
Waitrose touts benefits of switch to Google Apps for Work for 65,000 staff
Project has helped drive collaboration across the company
Facebook mobile search feature branded a risk after discovery of security flaw
Firm downplays concerns
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
Microsoft, Google and Samsung all targeted as Avast admits to the scale of the CCleaner compromise
Not all loose ends tied yet, admits Bain backer SK Hynix