The iPhone has been big news for readers this week, with excitement over a possible new model and disappointment over AT&T's service.
Reports of a major Flash memory order from Apple fuelled speculation that a new iPhone model might be on the way; while news that AT&T is hoping to extend its exclusive US carrier deal for the iPhone did not go down well with our stateside readers, who wrote in to try and persuade Apple to open up the contract to other operators.
Another popular article this week, which also generated lots of feedback from readers, was around problems with Microsoft's Hotmail service that left many users unable to access their accounts over the Easter weekend.
chip-hoarding stokes new iPhone speculation
Company said to be placing large Flash memory orders
log-in problems cause user panic
Outage leaves millions without access to webmail
Virgin Media is going to be relying on Gmail in future for its email services
&T said to be asking for iPhone extension
Company rumoured to be seeking new deal with Apple
Explorer 8 set for automatic rollout
New version of browser will be pushed out from next week
pegs Palm Pre for early launch
Report claims that staff are preparing for possible May release
denies role in US power grid hacks
Accusations of spying activity called 'groundless'
predicts bear market for Windows 7
Businesses in no hurry to migrate, claims survey
Search giant releases Android 1.5 to developers
makes its move in Phorm case
Commmision files suit against UK over privacy and data protection laws
French firm Blade offers a Windows 10 PC in the cloud, but is it good enough for high-end gaming?
Research into indium gallium phosphide could result in more powerful - and cheaper - electronic devices
Federal government to help US states improve their election infrastructure security
Acton's warnings come as Facebook is embroiled in one of the biggest data scandals in history