January may still be with us but V3 readers are clearly looking ahead as our round-up of the tablets that are likely to dominate the market in 2016 proved the most popular content over the past seven days.
Elsewhere, news that Microsoft has issued a recall of some Surface chargers was also of interest, especially to those who own one of the affected devices and were concerned that they could be at risk.
Our ongoing profiles of top CIOs also continue to be well read. Our latest in-depth piece profiled Volvo CIO Klas Bendrik as we discussed everything from the IoT and big data to connected cars.
Finally, it wouldn't be a top 10 most read without a security story or two, such as IBM's warning of a new Dridex trojan and a new bug in the Linux kernel that potentially poses a risk to millions of PCs, servers and Android smartphones.
Top 10 tablets for 2016: Surface Pro 5, iPad Air 3 and Acer Aspire Switch 12 S
V3 considers the key tablet devices for the year ahead
CIO Insight: Volvo tech chief talks connected cars, big data and the IoT
Chatting car tech with Klas Bendrik from Volvo
Microsoft issues Surface Pro charger recall owing to fire risk
Affects Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2 and Surface Pro 3
Ukraine power grid attacks continue but BlackEnergy malware ruled out
Attacks begin again
London explores smart city systems in €25m European tech programme
Project will aim to turn capital into tech super-hub
Microsoft warns new hardware will be supported only on Windows 10
Changes will stop downgrades to older Windows versions
Dridex trojan targeting UK banks with Dyre-like 'redirection' techniques
IBM warns of evolving threat
Linux kernel zero-day flaw puts 'tens of millions' of PCs, servers and Android devices at risk
Another major flaw uncovered
BBC micro:bit computer launch delayed again for 'fine tuning'
Devices delayed for teachers but students should still get them on time
US government urges cyber security sharing for connected car threats
Work together now to be better prepared for future threats
Infected apps have been downloaded more than 50 million times
Customers of regular price-raising ISP and cable operator claim nationwide outages started on Monday
Pixel 2 smartphones and a Pixel-branded laptop also planned by Google
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