Another busy week in the technology market last week saw V3 readers flock to various articles.
Top of the pile was our hand-on test of the forthcoming Windows 10 Mobile platform as we saw how Microsoft's effort to improve its lot in the mobile world is taking shape.
Meanwhile, in security the Ashley Madison hackers made good on threats to release data from the hack, potentially ruining the lives of millions of cheaters across the planet.
Elsewhere, an Italian teenager left Apple with a red face after he uncovered a flaw in a fix the company had issued for the Mac OS X platform.
Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview: Hands-on with the upcoming smartphone OS
We test the soon-to-be-released mobile version of Windows 10
Ashley Madison hackers release huge second batch of data including CEO's email address
Second data dump after CEO questions validity of the first
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 review: Hands-on
Latest tablet from Samsung put through its paces
Zero-day flaw found in Mac OS X Yosemite security update
Italian teenager discovers fault with Apple's fix
Adobe settles hacking case that affected 38 million people and pays $1.2m legal bill
Undisclosed sum agreed by company and complainants
Dell to showcase Intel Rack Scale Architecture implementation at IDF
Dell showcases hardware implementing Intel's Rack Scale Architecture
UK government signs three-year licensing deal with Oracle
Government promises savings but doesn't put a price on deal
CIO Insight: British Gas IT boss on open source, smart meters, cloud and digital skills
We chat with David Cooper about tech use at the utility firm
Security flaw affecting Volkswagen, Fiat and Volvo cars revealed after two-year injunction
Researchers finally able to release findings
Mobile privacy open to global cyber snooping from 'SS7 protocol'
Bug could put almost all phone users at risk
Users are told that their non-existent 'iPhoneID' is expiring soon
Expansion of SDK intended to expand Amazon Alexa ecosystem
Locky returns from a prolonged rest with two new variants
AMD lambasted over Radeon RX Vega pricing that will add an extra £100 to RX Vega 56 and 64 graphics cards
Company accused of failing to tell anyone that the launch prices were only introductory offers