Another busy week saw the Budget dominating the headlines, including the tech world with the news that George Osborne will crack down on IT contractor tax arrangements.
This will be a blow for those operating in this way, as the government looks to close a loophole that helped public service companies reduce the tax payable on their work. Around 100,000 people are likely to be affected.
At the other end of the scale, our head-to-head review of the new Galaxy S7 Edge against its older sibling, the S6 Edge, proved of interest, as readers flocked to see what's changed between the two devices.
Meanwhile, there was more drama over Windows 10 with claims that machines started updating to Windows 10 automatically, without user permission, after the latest Patch Tuesday update for Windows 7 changed permissions.
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