Another busy week in the tech world ranged from tips and tricks to improve Android device battery life to a triple head-to-head between top laptops.
Many readers were also no doubt alarmed to read of the millions of emails hacked, including Gmail and Yahoo Mail accounts, despite the companies involved downplaying the extent of the incident.
In the world of enterprise IT, M&S become the latest big business to announce a move to the cloud in the form of Office 365, as the firm looks to boost staff productivity by allowing more mobile working.
Finally Apple made another notable enterprise partnership after striking a deal with SAP, following on from the likes of Cisco, IBM, Box and others, as the firm explores other areas to grow business.
Top 12 tips to improve Android battery life
How to keep your smartphone going
ZenBook Pro vs Surface Book vs MacBook Pro head-to-head review
We put three top devices against one another in a battle royal
Millions of hacked Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo Mail account details being traded in Russia
Firms downplay incident
Companies splurging money on data scientists without knowing how to use them, says Lenovo
Make sure you have a plan for new hires
Marks & Spencer adopts Microsoft Office 365 to embrace flexible working
Another big firm turns to the cloud
Firms need to stop overusing the term 'data scientist'
Better understanding needed when hiring for 'data' roles
Microsoft’s OS dominance drops to below 90 per cent
Redmond not having it all its own way
Dell to rebrand as Dell Technologies following closure of EMC acquisition
Rebrand required to make sure everyone knows how big new firm is
Apple and SAP join forces to develop business apps for iPhones and iPads
Another big partnership for Apple after IBM, Cisco and others
BBC hacks, misogynistic robots and how to send an email: The top 5 retro IT moments
Weird and wacky videos on YouTube
Mark Vartanyan was working for Norwegian e-healthcare firm Dignio when he was arrested
Samsung can't see a way to profitably compete against Amazon and Google
Fix being rushed out - but not quite as quickly as an ambulance to an emergency
Massive miner Rio Tinto claims 20 per cent of pit-to-port train kilometres in Australia are now driverless
Rio Tinto today, TfL tomorrow?