A variety of content proved of interest to V3 readers last week, ranging from rants about Windows 10 to reviews of new smartphones.
Microsoft's messy Windows 10 update strategy proved particularly popular, and V3's own Dan Robinson offered his view on the situation and why Microsoft needs to tread carefully.
Elsewhere we provided a list of the top 10 smartphone cameras on the market after Huawei's P9 arrived with dual-lenses that the firm said made it the best device on the market. Our review, putting said claims to the test, also proved popular.
There was also big news from Europe this week after the General Data Protection Regulation was finally voted through, although the new law is unlikely to be enforced until 2018.
Microsoft's blundering over Windows 10 may be its undoing
Forced updates and privacy issues putting users off
Top 10 best smartphone cameras: Huawei P9, Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6S
The best snapper for your money
Huawei P9 review
We put Chinese firm's latest handset through its paces
HPE and Zynstra deliver managed IT in a box for SMBs
Partnership aims to meet needs of smaller firms
EU votes through new data protection regime with big impact for businesses
Brexit wouldn't affect new law either
RBS adopts SAS big data analytics to boost customer service
Analytics push in banking space continues apace
US government warns Windows users to remove Apple QuickTime
Firm stops supporting video player software
Top 10 alternatives to the iPhone SE: HTC One M9, Xperia Z5 Compact and OnePlus X
V3 lists some of the best small screen rivals to Apple's new iPhone
Microsoft endorses Windows 10 November Update as the official current build for businesses
More updates on the way
US government allocates $3.1bn to bolster cyber security
Scourge of cyber crooks becoming major issue for government
A smartphone maker fiddling its benchmarking scores? That's unusual, isn't it?
'We are making good progress on 10nm,' claims Intel
Engineer calculates that Chengdu's plan to replace streetlights with artificial moonlight would cost $100bn
Research could also apply to other 'space weather' events involving hot, fast-moving plasma