Another busy week saw Microsoft take most of the headlines, particularly with changes to how Windows 10 is offered to those yet to upgrade.
The 'Get Windows 10' notification app has been updated to give more information on the pending upgrade, allowing them to cancel it but also scheduling a time for when the upgrade will start, unless the user takes action.
Elsewhere, there was news that Microsoft is apparently offloading the rump of the Nokia phone business acquired in 2013 to China-based Foxconn, and may develop a Surface Phone to complement its tablet devices.
Security woes hit the headlines too after details of 167 million LinkedIn users acquired through a hack on the site in 2012 were apparently offered for sale on the web.
Microsoft changes tack on Windows 10 updates as free upgrade deadline nears
Ability to cancel the upgrade included, surprisingly
Nokia brand to emerge from Microsoft's shadow as Surface Phone rumours grow
Once beloved smartphone brand on its way back
Microsoft brings Windows 10 Mobile in line with PCs in Build 14342
Another week, another build
Hacker selling 167 million LinkedIn user details
Hack from 2012 still causing headaches for business site
Nokia claims breakthrough with demo of 10Gbps data over cable networks
Could have big impact for the wider network world - one day
Amazon unleashes X1 instances to support large in-memory databases on AWS
Aimed at big data and high-performance computing
Geoff Connell appointed IT director at Norfolk County Council
President of Socitm takes on key role
Dell updates enterprise storage with better support for flash and VMware VVols
Storage Centre Operating System 7 drives down the cost of flash support
Google Chrome will switch off Flash content by default
Another nail in the coffin for buggy software
Accenture and IPsoft create Amelia practice to boost AI in business
Aims to help firms make more sense of how they could use AI
93 per cent of UK homes and businesses can now use 24Mbps+ broadband
1.9 trillion yen offer by WD-led consortium falls short of Toshiba's demands - but may be accepted anyway
Banking Trojan that 'wreaked havoc' in Europe and the US in 2014 may have absorbed NSA exploits to spread via network security flaws, not just phishing
Leaks in the run-up to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch pretty much gave it all away