Top IT stories this week: TalkTalk, Larry, and Microsoft's 'playful' Win 10 nag tactics

John Leonard

Our top seven stories from the past seven days. Now, what could be number one?

Truly it was a bad week for the unfortunate TalkTalk, with half of our most-read stories this week dedicated to the hacking of customers' details and the inept handling of its aftermath. 7. TalkTalk...

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