It's tough to know which smartphone is worthy of your cash with so many high-quality devices on the market, which is no doubt why our head-to-head between the iPhone 6S and the Nexus 6P was so popular on V3 last week.
Elsewhere, security warnings, as ever, reared their ugly head with a particularly worrisome Skype malware dubbed T9000 that can evade security software, and then record everything you do on the service.
V3 also had a chat with the CIO for Transport for London, who gave us some interesting insights into the future IT plans at the organisation, including the use of Internet of Things (IoT) networks to help ease congestion in the capital.
Lastly, Microsoft issued some more Windows Phone preview updates, although it's anyone's guess when the final version will be released to those already with Windows Phones, beyond a few dedicated Lumias.
iPhone 6S vs Nexus 6P review
We pit giant smartphones against one another
Skype users warned of T9000 malware threat that records video and text chats
Users urged to be wary of dodgy-looking emails
Oracle issues emergency Java patch for Windows security flaw
Problems affect new installations only
Microsoft adds Release Preview Ring as it rolls out Build 10586.107 for Windows 10 Mobile
More updates for mobile platform
Sage and Apple partner to stuff iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch with SMB apps
Firm becomes latest Apple Mobility partner
TfL using IoT sensors to ease road, rail and Tube congestion
TfL CIO discusses plans for the future
LibreOffice 5.1 delivers support for cloud storage and greater file fidelity with Microsoft Office
Updates brings several new features and functions
TfL CIO now reports to marketing chief as role of IT leaders evolves
Role of CIO changing all the time
Dropbox to host EU business customer data in Germany using AWS infrastructure
Move aims to reassure EU customers data will be secure
VMware updates software-defined data centre and hybrid cloud offerings
New licensing options with vRealize 7, while VSAN 6.2 gets deduplication, compression and erasure coding
The new processors support Intel's Optane memory acceleration technology
Blockchain's killer app is bitcoin, the rest is mostly 'pure marketing', says MaidSafe's David Irvine
Blockchains are not suited to many of the data security purposes being put forward for them
Applications from some member states were down more than 40 per cent
A new RSA report urges coders to sign a 'Hippocratic Oath' before embarking on AI programmes.