Most popular this week with V3.co.uk readers was Ofcom's report into actual broadband speeds compared to those advertised by ISPs. Ofcom revealed a large gap between the promised 7.1Mbit/s and the average speed most UK web users actually get.
BlackBerry fans can take advantage of a new cut-price device from Research In Motion. The Curve 8520 is set to go on sale in the UK early to mid-August, and offers all the expected features at a price point RIM hopes will appeal to a broader audience.
Our latest top 10, this time on the best features of the upcoming Windows 7 operating system, was also a hit with readers, and generated lots of debate around how the OS compares to older Windows versions and alternatives such as Mac OS and Linux. You can join the debate here.
slams ISPs over misleading speed claims
Actual broadband speeds are much slower than those advertised, says watchdog
unveils affordable BlackBerry Curve 8520
New smartphone model intended to appeal to a broader market
10 Windows 7 features
V3.co.uk nominates its list of the best things about Microsoft's latest OS
Look: Nokia N97
Nokia's flagship smartphone finally arrives
rushes out two emergency patches
Fixes for Internet Explorer and Visual Studio
Solutions suffers crippling data breach
Web hosting firm admits 570,000 credit card holders could be affected
tablet rumours gather pace
Mini tablet device said to be coming in Autumn with e-book functionality
to launch UK TV and movie service
Software giant stepping up its MSN video platform in the UK
er becomes a real-time search engine
Micro-blogging site gives itself a makeover with homepage revamp
unveils new Timeline laptops and business netbook
Three new ultra-thin laptops boast an all-day battery life
Should you link your data sets to add value, or leave them separate to reduce risk?
Can process camera images in real-time at up to 171 frames per second
Graphene and Kevlar used to make 'the world's toughest' shoes
Ecostress instrument will provide new insights into water usage and plant health on Earth