An interesting week in the technology world saw several notable stories hit the headlines and prove of interest to V3 readers.
Of particular note was the legal challenge by Mozilla to try to force the FBI to disclose how it hacked the Tor browser, claiming that the security of its users is at risk by not knowing about the flaw.
Elsewhere, the UK DVLA revealed that it is working on digital driving licences after a tweet by the CEO showed a prototype on an iPhone in the Wallet app.
Google announced that consumers can now get their hands on its Cardboard VR kit for just £15, which could prove enticing to businesses keen to see how they could use VR in their operations without having to spend big.
Lastly, V3 put together a bit of a wishlist for the iPhone 7 considering some of the key features we hope the device will include.
Mozilla files legal challenge to find out how FBI cracked Tor Browser
Firm needs to know backdoor so it can protect customers
DVLA reveals plans for digital driving licences on iPhones
CEO shows prototype on Twitter
iPhone 7: Top 10 features we want Apple to include on the next iPhone
A wishlist for Apple's next big thing
Salesforce fixes service outage but problems persist
Marc Benioff personally apologises to customers on Twitter
Microsoft removes controversial WiFi Sense in Windows 10 Build 14342
No-one uses it, surprisingly
BBC must take further action despite progress since Digital Media Initiative fiasco, says NAO
At least things are improving
Many organisations lack a coherent cloud strategy and underestimate private cloud costs
Survey finds numerous issues with cloud adoption
British Airways, Iberia and Aer Lingus to bring high-speed WiFi to long-haul flights
Superfast in-flight WiFi on its way
Microsoft details cloud integration and Internet of Things services
More updates from Redmond
AlphaBay users had flocked to Hansa after it was closed down - not realising it had already been taken over by Dutch police
Microsoft closes in on $100bn annual revenues with sales weighing-in at $23.3bn
Moves to take down cyber-squatted domains reveals Fancy Bear hacking network, claims Microsoft
Intel claims 'world first' in artificial intelligence that can be plugged-in almost anywhere