It's the 25th anniversary of Windows on Saturday, and our most popular story this week was a rundown of 25 things you didn't know about the Microsoft OS.
This was followed by our review of the impressive HTC Desire HD smartphone, a Nokia N8 video demo, and the news that Apple has delayed the iOS 4.2 update until 24 November.
Avaya, meanwhile, has added Linux support in the IP Office 6.1 update, and Dell has rolled out Android 2.2 to its Streak tablet.
Our Nokia C7 review was also popular, as was the news that the Sarah Palin email hacker has been jailed for a year, and that Adobe is shipping Acrobat X.
at 25: 25 things you didn't know about the Microsoft OS
V3.co.uk celebrates 25 years of Windows with 25 amazing facts covering the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Jerry Seinfeld and Brian Eno
Desire HD review
Google's Android has a new leader to take on the iPhone
Desire HD: First looks
First impressions of the Android 2.2 handset
Avaya adds Linux with IP Office 6.1 update
Communication platform moves away from Microsoft
delays iOS 4.2 update until 24 November
Reports suggest software suffering from Wi-Fi connection issues
N8 video demo
Handset maker gives an early look at its first Symbian^3 smartphone
rolls out Streak Android 2.2 update
Update boosts enterprise support for Microsoft Exchange
email hacker gets year in jail
Student sent down for guessing password
Nokia's latest Symbian^3 smartphone has impressive features, but is pricey
Acrobat X now shipping
New version makes it easier to create and distribute PDF documents
Engineer calculates that Chengdu's plan to replace streetlights with artificial moonlight would cost $100bn
Dark matter holds the Universe together - and gravitational waves could help identify it
Addison Lee is working on autonomous taxis for commuting and pleasure
IBM and Technical University of Munich team demonstrate how Shor's algorithm, which can't be cracked by conventional computers, can be solved quickly with quantum computing