Another busy week in the technology market saw stories ranging from big data analytics and net neutrality to healthcare and hacks dominating the V3 coverage.
But it was our hands-on review of Dell's updated XPS 13 that topped the list, as readers were eager to find out what we thought of the new device that has Intel Skylake processors, more storage, extra memory and a Thunderbolt 3 connector.
Elsewhere, Oracle continued to ramp-up its cloud strategy with the notable launch of the Elastic Compute Cloud service. This will be a key rival to Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Oracle CTO and founder Larry Ellison said that prices will be the same as or lower than AWS.
In the security world, TalkTalk had some explaining to do after details on thousands of customers were stolen during a breach. Two teenagers were arrested during investigations into the case, underlining just how widespread the risks to businesses have become.
Finally, there was dismay among web advocates after European politicians approved internet laws that will effectively remove net neutrality from the region.
Dell XPS 13 review: Hands-on
Laptop put through its paces in hands-on review
Oracle goes after Amazon AWS with Elastic Compute Cloud of its own
Larry Ellison continues to push cloud
GE powers digital transformation with aggressive cloud computing push
CIO Jim Fowler shares his ambitious plans to digitise industrial giant
IBM's Watson spearheading a big data analytics 'information revolution'
Businesses waking up to benefits of mass data analytics
Cloud, digital data and the IoT: The next steps for health and social care
V3 finds out how NHS Trusts and councils are turning to technology to boost healthcare services
EU turns back on net neutrality with two-tier web plans, to widespread dismay
MEPs ignore concerns and vote in laws that risk undermining the open internet
Met Police arrests second teenager over TalkTalk hack
Arrests continue after telecoms firm was breached
Raspberry Pi custom manufacturing service to help startups bring devices to market
Move will allow people to bulk order custom devices
M&S suspends website activity in latest tech woe to befall a major brand
Customers able to see other people's details in latest blunder
ESET denies claims antivirus is dead as mobile malware threats rocket
Security vendor discusses past, present and future of cyber attacks
Morphisec discovered malware compromise first, claims Avast, not Cisco
Fabes has held senior IT positions for over 30 years
Can Alienware's latest and greatest topple the mighty ASUS ROG Zephyrus as the most powerful gaming ultrabook we've seen?
Jacky Wright takes over from interim CDIO Mike Potter