Well, it's been a while, but Apple's iPhone 4 has been knocked off the top spot for V3.co.uk readers this week.
The number one article concerned leaked specifications for the much-anticipated HTC Desire HD smartphone, and the number two was our rundown of the top 10 alternatives to the iPhone.
The Apple handset did make it into the top 10 this week, but for all the wrong reasons. Users have experienced trouble with the iOS 4.0.1 update, and proud owners of the iPhone 4 are to be fobbed off with a free rubber band to help with the antenna problems.
Microsoft, meanwhile, has warned of yet another zero-day flaw, and announced the arrival of the Windows Phone 7 Technical Preview.
Also popular was the latest on the Motorola Droid X, the catastrophic decline in online readers of The Times, and the news that Chile has voted through a net neutrality bill.
Desire HD specs leaked
Device expected to ship with Android 2.2
10 alternatives to Apple's iPhone
Oranges are not the only fruit, Apple's is not the only smartphone
iPhone iOS 4.0.1 update causing problems
Users report installation problems and dropped calls
offers free bumpers for iPhone 4
Company gives away accessory to solve antenna issues
warns of zero-day Windows Shell flaw
XP SP2 users urged to upgrade as older versions will not get fix
Phone 7 hits Technical Preview
Prototype handsets soon to reach developers, according to Microsoft
Droid X sells out as Android demand grows
Reports point to strong initial sales in the US
over the iPhone 4 problems
Sneak may have found his favourite solution to the Apple antenna problem
leads to two-thirds drop in Times Online readership
Many readers have balked at the £2 per week or £1 per day charge
becomes first net neutrality nation
Bill passes through parliament unhindered
Voice assistants in smart homes will reach 275 million in five years' time, and Amazon is in pole position
Kicking Palantir off of AWS is among their demands, too
Rafaela Vasquez was watching The Voice at the time of the crash, new evidence shows
PUBG price slashed on Steam after selling more than 50 million copies - as daily player numbers plunge