Here's the most popular vnunet.com articles over the past year. No surprises that Apple's iPhone makes a few appearances, including the top slot, as does the BlackBerry Bold.
Linux and Microsoft went head to head for second and third place, with news of Acer's big push for the open-source operating system just edging out the unveiling of the Windows 7 name.
Elsewhere, Cern scientists were too busy getting down with the kids to get the Large Hadron Collider up and running again, the Devil was in the detail for software programmers, and astronauts were left crossing their legs tightly and trying not to think of running water.
Apple iPhone 3G unlocked already
Brazillian video claims to show first hacked handset
Acer bets big on Linux
Vendor shifts towards open source 'because of Microsoft'
Microsoft settles on Windows 7 for new OS
'Keeping things simple' is anything but, say observers
Cern scientists rap is YouTube hit
50 Cent not worried by competition
Developers hunt for Satan in software code
Code search tool reveals what lies within
Apple unveils iPhone 3G
Jobs does not disappoint at WWDC
Google hands over user information in India
'Do no evil' motto looking increasingly strained
BlackBerry Bold takes on 3G iPhone
New models go head-to-head, says analyst
Will new Dell laptops tempt mobile workers?
Additions to Latitude and Precision families include first mini laptop from PC maker
Space Station inconvenienced as toilet fails
Plumber's call-out fees expected to be astronomical
Wikileaks Vault 7 suspect Joshua Schulte fingered by FBI after re-using smartphone passwords on his PCs
Joshua Schulte indicted on 13 counts relating to Vault 7 leaks and trading in images of child abuse
Alexa for Hospitality will link with existing systems so guests can order room service and control the air con
Massive volcanic eruptions could have warmed Mars' surface sufficiently for oceans to form
Examination of fruit flies' brains generated more than one billion data points for scientists to analyse