Top 10 most read: Michael Dell talks EMC deal, HP splits and da Vinci Jr 3D printer review

It may be a few weeks since Dell announced its mega $67bn deal for EMC, but when Michael Dell rolled into town to discuss the deal V3 was there to hear from the man himself, and clearly readers were keen to know what he had to say.

Another story of note was from Coke CTO Alan Boehme, who explained why he’s looking to innovative startups to meet the firm’s cloud and IT needs, rather than turning to the old guard, who he said have struggled to innovate at pace.

One company hoping to shed this perception is HP, which has split into two entities – HP Inc and Hewlett Packard Enterprise – in a bid to be more agile and innovative.

On the review side, V3 had a lot of fun playing with the XYZ da Vinci Jr 3D printer, and we were (mostly) impressed with what it churned out, especially given its relatively small price tag.

Meanwhile, the V3 Big Data Summit generated numerous stories and other content, with news of the launch of the “big data observatory” at Imperial College London of particular interest.

Michael DellMichael Dell discusses $67bn EMC deal as firm looks to drive digital transformation
Dell founder on why huge deal makes perfect sense




Coca-ColaWeb Summit: Coke CTO shuns IBM, Dell and HP to go with tech startups
Coca-Cola CTO Alan Boehme also embracing the cloud in a big way




Vodafone shopNearly 2,000 Vodafone customers ‘open to fraud’ after cyber attack
Customers could be at risk after details leaked online




HP split logo with calendar showing 1 NovHP splits: Hewlett Packard Enterprise touts leaner, more agile focus
Company becomes two entities with separate focus areas




Oracle OpenWorld 2015Oracle OpenWorld and Salesforce Dreamforce: Perfect reflections of Larry Ellison and Marc Benioff
V3 editor Madeline Bennett offers insights on two tech giants’ trade shows



Epson Moverio BT-2000Epson looks to inkjet printers and augmented reality headset to fuel growth
Printer firm is branching out




House of Parliament at night on River ThamesInvestigatory Powers Bill: Government wants web browsing data stored for a year
Privacy activists up in arms but government, and opposition, on board




XYZprinting da Vinci Jr printsXYZprinting da Vinci Jr 3D printer review
We test out the £300 3D printer, with interesting results




HTC One A9HTC One A9 review
Not a bad effort but price will hinder sales





KPMG Data Observatory city transport heat map visual#BigDataSummit: Imperial university opens big data observatory to boost analytic insights
University creates “situation control room” for big data insights

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