Another busy week saw several announcements dominating the headlines, showing the diversity of V3's audience through the popular content of the past seven days.
This ranged from Microsoft unveiling the latest Redstone preview of Windows 10, to Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) unveiling new servers with persistent memory to boost big data analytics and online transaction processing.
Elsewhere, Apple had a busy week, firstly by issuing a new fix for the recently released iOS 9.3 update. V3 put together a video round-up of some of the key new features included in the update. Apple also celebrated turning 40.
News that HMRC has finally brought its £10bn Aspire IT contract to an end was also popular, as yet another giant IT project brought to life under the former Labour government bit the dust.
Microsoft delivers Windows 10 Redstone preview Build 14295 for PC and phone
Another hint at things to come
HPE adds persistent memory to servers to speed data-intensive workloads
HPE looks to deliver a boost to mission-critical workloads such as online transaction processing and big data analytics
Galaxy S7 Edge vs iPhone 6S head-to-head
We pit the Samsung and Apple heavyweights against one another
Apple issues iOS 9.3.1 update to fix link crashing glitch
Minor update should solve problem
Ransomware that goes after entire networks prompts FBI to ask for security sector help
Level of threat forces US government's hand
Just Eat appoints new chief technology and product officer to continue digital focus
Fernando Fanton takes over from Carlos Morgado who spent seven years as CTO
US government ends Apple encryption case after cracking iPhone
Battle is over but war rumbles on
Apple at 40: Top 10 world-changing inventions - iPhone, iOS, iPad and iPod
Biggest devices from the firm
HMRC's £10bn Aspire IT contract finally set to end as it looks to leaner future
Another relic of the Labour government's IT ambitions perishes
iOS 9.3 update: Best new features
A quick video guide to the new features in iOS 9.3
A fast, gorgeous but expensive display
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'