Microsoft caught the tech world by surprise last week when it unveiled a new laptop-tablet hybrid called the Surface Book as the firm continues its play in the hardware market.
V3 readers were clearly interested in the Surface Book, and our top 10 on the device and its specs and features was the most popular story last week, no doubt as potential buyers weigh up the benefits of such a purchase.
The hardware market is also especially busy in the smartphone arena. Our head-to-head specs comparison between the iPhone 6S Plus and Nexus 6P was also popular, as Apple and Google continue to vie for smartphone dominance.
Elsewhere, a major legal decision in Europe ruled the Safe Harbour data transfer agreement 'invalid', meaning that firms transferring data from the EU to the US will need to adhere to other agreements to move data.
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