A busy week in the technology market saw a variety of stories hit the headlines, the most popular of which was BlackBerry gaining a small victory over Apple with news of an update to its mobile software.
The BlackBerry OS 10.3.2 update offers security and productivity enhancements, chiefly BlackBerry Protect, which can secure and track a lost or stolen device via the web. This now gains an anti-theft capability that prevents anyone else using the handset.
In other news, Mozilla admitted that its Bugzilla system had been hacked, exposing some information. It has promised to improve security to stop a similar incident in the future.
Meanwhile, Apple surprised no-one by unveiling the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus smartphones, boasting numerous enhancements such as better cameras and faster processors.
The devices are now available for pre-order, ahead of a launch on 25 September.
BlackBerry OS 10.3.2 update bolsters productivity and anti-theft features
Update brings several new features
HP unveils small business PCs based on Intel Skylake 6th generation Core chips
Firm aims to benefit from Windows 10 launch
Apple Watch has nothing to fear from Google's Android Wear for iOS infiltration attempt
App unlikely to sway many buyers
Mozilla admits Bugzilla account hack led to Firefox attacks
Organisation promises security improvements
Turla APT malware threat uses satellites to avoid detection
Kaspersky uncovers sophisticated threat group
Kaspersky issues emergency patch for flaw in antivirus tool
Firm forced into rapid fix
Vodafone WiFi Calling to go live across UK in coming weeks
Should boost call quality in remote areas and hard-to-reach buildings
iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus unveiled with 3D Touch and camera lens overhaul
Apple unveils its yearly iPhone overhaul
Microsoft issues 12 security fixes in Patch Tuesday release covering Edge, Office and IE
Edge browser gets second set of fixes in as many months
Girls in Tech UK Mentorship Programme launches with support from Google
Initiative aims to improve female representation in IT
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