Smartphone camera technology dominated the headlines last week after Huawei unveiled the P9 and P9 Plus devices. Our subsequent round-up of the best smartphone cameras proved popular with V3 readers, and no doubt many were keen to see where the devices fit in the market.
Elsewhere, John Lewis unveiled plans for a smart home section at its Oxford Street branch in London as consumer interest in Internet of Things (IoT) products grows. The 1,000 square foot space opens today and aims to "demystify the concept of the smart home", according to IT director Paul Coby.
Meanwhile on the topic of digital transformation the BBC has chosen IBM to supply key financial, accounting and payroll software that also sees the corporation ditch Steria as its financial software services provider.
The tools cover financial requirements such as purchasing and sales transactions, artist and contributor payments, project accounting and payroll and expenses management.
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