Another busy week in the tech market saw V3 readers flock to articles on everything from security patches and biometrics, to feature run-downs of Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 and BT hitting 5Gbps in copper broadband tests.
Elsewhere, our review of the iPhone 6S Plus was of interest, no doubt as many people consider whether it's worth splashing out on the firm's giant phone.
Security was also in the headlines, as we considered whether the patching culture that plagues products from the likes of Microsoft and Adobe needs to be overhauled to lessen the risks to businesses.
Finally, HP announced plans to end its public cloud offering on Helion, something it had denied it would do earlier this year, as the firm continues last-minute streamlining ahead of its split at end of the week.
El Capitan 10.11.1 aims to improve Office 2016 compatibility on Macs
Latest update designed to solve ongoing problems
iPhone 6S Plus review
Apple's phablet put through its paces
Ubuntu 15.10 arrives with OpenStack Liberty and Autopilot management tool
Canonical unveils latest version of Ubuntu Linux platform
Security patch culture 'fundamentally flawed' as experts call for change
Build now, fix later mindset needs changing
Surface Pro 4 interactive guide
The key features of Microsoft's newest hardware
HP to shut Helion Public Cloud offering in strategy shift
Company changes mind on cloud plans ahead of split
Top 10 Surface Pro 4 features: Skylake chips, 1TB storage, Windows 10 Pro
Key features of tablet-laptop hybrid
BT hits 5Gbps copper broadband speeds with XG.fast trials
More epic speeds achieved with ageing copper network
China continues hacking operations against US despite cyber truce
Promise to end attacks appears hollow
FBI cyber experts deny Bourne-style biometric snooping exists, but it may one day
FBI spooks past and present consider future of biometrics
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