Another busy week on V3 saw all manner of stories hit the headlines and prove of interest to readers.
These included the unveiling of a tiny Internet of Things (IoT) device that contains five different sensors and can last for months on a single coin-sized battery, in a move that could help many firms start to experiment with the potential of the IoT.
Elsewhere, there were password concerns after LinkedIn admitted that millions of users had had their details stolen and offered for sale by a hacker. Our top six tips for the perfect passwords was of interest.
Finally, there was bad news for Microsoft after the firm as good as admitted defeat in the mobile market by announcing more job cuts and a $950m write-off of its Nokia assets, although the platform may survive for the time being if a Surface Phone is ever developed.
IoT device the size of a penny and loaded with five sensors unveiled
Netclearance device can measure temperature, vibration, acceleration, magnetic force and light
Six tips for the perfect password as Microsoft bans simple passwords
After LinkedIn breach, how to better protect yourself
Microsoft admits defeat in mobile market with Nokia write-off but Windows Mobile survives, for now
Write-off and layoffs come after lowly sales
EnterpriseDB wraps PostgreSQL into an enterprise-grade suite to challenge Oracle
Firms enhances enterprise credentials of its Postgres software
Cloud, big data and AI lead NHS digital transformation
How healthcare could be transformed by technology
Microsoft and Citrix expand partnership to power virtual Windows 10 with Azure cloud
Firms come together to help one another
Top 10 future technology jobs: VR developer, IoT specialist and AI expert
The posts businesses of the future will need to fill
Santander unveils first UK blockchain for international money transfers
Blockchain tech starts to make its mark in world of high finance
BT and Huawei achieve 5.6Tbps speed for single fibre connection
Speeds unlikely in real life but shows potential for fibre
Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition review
Lack of refinement puts a dampener on device
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?