A busy week saw the mobile sector descend on Barcelona, offering several interesting products and announcements that were of interest to V3 readers.
These ranged from the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, to Nokia confirming that it will return to the smartphone market at some point in the future. We also covered Mark Zuckerberg's thoughts on how he hopes to get the world online in the years to come, even as critics of his plans become more vocal.
However, the most popular story of the week was our in-depth piece on Ocado's plans to use Internet of Things (IoT) robots to pick shopping in new automated warehouses in an attempt to double its revenue generation potential.
Less positive technology innovation came from Microsoft, after the Office 365 service was again knocked offline, leaving users unable to access email for some time.
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