Another busy week in the tech world last week saw numerous stories hitting the headlines, with V3 readers enjoying a wide array of content.
The week was notable for the launch of Mac OS X El Capitan, although those eager to get their hands on the update were left frustrated by the huge 6GB installation, which led to very long download times.
Apple also recently released several new hardware items, and V3 tested the latest iPad 4 tablet from the firm last week in our review to see what's changed in the latest version.
Meanwhile, Apple rival Google was busy unveiling new hardware, including the Nexus 6P and 5X smartphones, which we tested at the event to bring you our first impressions and consider how they may fare on the market.
V3 was also out in San Francisco for the BoxWorks event last week where we found time for a fascinating chat with the CIO of the World Bank, who has introduced a cloud-first policy using tools such as Box and Office 365 to improve operations.
OS X El Capitan out now, requires 6GB space and long download time
User complain of long delays in downloading the update
Google Nexus 5X review: Hands-on
We consider how phone could fare in crowded market
Raspberry Pi 2 features in Windows 10 IoT Core Starter Kit
Microsoft and Adafruit Industries deliver starter kit for popular single board computer
Google Nexus 6P review: Hands-on
We take a first look at Google's latest flagship smartphone
650,000 Chinese smartphones used to launch ad network DDoS attack
CloudFlare uncovers massive attack using smartphones in China to overwhelm servers
iPad Mini 4 review
We see how Apple's latest tiny tablet measures up
UK government uses Minecraft to track down cyber security experts
Aims to uncover talent with popular game
iOS 9 Wi-Fi Assist slammed for swallowing mobile data
Service could see users rapidly use up data allowances
World Bank turns to Box and Office 365 in 'cloud first' push
CIO tells V3 why organisation reaps numerous benefits from cloud tools
Apple fixes over 100 security vulnerabilities in El Capitan, iOS and Safari
More security fixes from iPhone maker
Are pinning down the exact rate of expansion of the Hubble constant
RISC OS 5 to form the basis of RISC OS Open after Castle Technology sells to RISC OS Developments
A smartphone maker fiddling its benchmarking scores? That's unusual, isn't it?
'We are making good progress on 10nm,' claims Intel