The Raspberry Pi dominated the headlines last week after the launch of the third version of the hugely popular computer. The device has several new features, but retains the £25 price.
V3 got hold of a Raspberry Pi 3 to put it through its paces and was very impressed by the improvements, awarding it a coveted five stars.
Elsewhere, we spoke to Phil Pavitt, global CIO of Specsavers and formerly CIO of HMRC, about the problems of licence renegotiations. Oracle, in particular, was criticised for its 'gun-to-the-head' approach.
V3 also chatted to the head of digital at RBS to hear more about a new artificial intelligence system the bank has built to answer staff questions, freeing up human advisors to focus on more complex projects.
The tool could one day be used for customer interactions, although RBS said there is still work to be done to get to that stage.
Specsavers global CIO bemoans trauma of Oracle relicensing deal
Phil Pavitt discusses problems dealing with vendor, but doesn't expect anything to change
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B review
V3 casts its critical eye over the latest Raspberry Pi offering
Raspberry Pi 3 goes 64-bit and adds WiFi and Bluetooth for IoT applications
Firm expands capabilities but cost remains the same
RBS builds human AI chat system called Luvo to handle staff questions
Tool could one day be used for customer-facing interactions
Windows 10 now second in OS league table but Windows 7 remains clear leader
Some way to go before newest OS leads the way
Microsoft adds support for more handsets in Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586.122
More mobile updates continue
Transport for London using SAP HANA for IoT and big data processing
Helps improve day-to-day planning and decision making, CIO explains
Drown bug in HTTPS puts 11 million websites at risk
Another major flaw uncovered by researchers
Snapchat hit by CEO email scam as 'whaling' attacks increase
Finance team tricked into sending email with payroll information
Firms turning to supercomputers to tackle big data deluge
Cray seeing growing commercial interest in systems
Intel wants to get inside your car, despite missing out on mobile
'We'll keep fighting to fight to keep the web free and open,' claim EFF
Breached in March by the same attackers, claim 'insiders'
And all for less than £150, according to Keith