Apple's iPhone 4 continued to dominate the headlines for V3.co.uk readers this week, after T-Mobile announced its price plans for the device, and Apple itself confirmed that the reception problems are likely to continue.
Supply problems continue to upset potential buyers, meanwhile, and the government has stopped all iPhone app development in a move to cut costs.
Our reviews of the HTC Wildfire and Samsung Galaxy S were popular, as was a web prank played on Justin Bieber, and the news that Brighton residents are none too happy about BT's 'monster' broadband boxes arriving on the streets.
On a more serious note, companies are having to consider their options as the Windows XP support deadline nears.
announces iPhone 4 pricing
Last UK network operator reveals its hand
iPhone 4 reception problems to continue
Software update will not correct hardware issue, says Apple support
Great choice for users on a budget wanting an Android 2.1 phone
iPhone 4 supplies remain limited
Three and T-Mobile yet to start selling the device as other networks continue to sell out
Bieber really off to North Korea?
It's not necessarily great to be Justin Bieber this week
freezes iPhone application development
Report reveals that up to £40,000 was spent on developing a single app
Galaxy S hands on review
First impressions of the high-end device are extremely positive
consider options as Windows XP support deadline nears
Only a week to go until end of support for SP2 of Microsoft's popular OS
on with iPhone 4's FaceTime
FaceTime is garnering a great deal of interest among iPhone 4 users
residents object to 'monster' broadband boxes
BT facing opposition to street cabinet rollout
Privilege escalation bug already being exploited in the wild
NASA's Voyager 2 probe set to reveal secrets of space beyond the heliosphere as it goes interstellar
The probe is now more than 18 billion kilometres from Earth, with equipment enabling it to reveal some of the secrets of interstellar space
Four glaciers located west of massive Totten glacier have lost almost three metres of ice in height since 2008
Ceres, located in the asteroid belt, has a carbonaceous-rich upper crust, SwRI study claims