The most popular story with V3.co.uk readers this week was the news that Google is preparing to take on the iPad with a "reader tablet that will also perform computing functions", according to chief executive Eric Schmidt.
This was followed closely by the announcement of yet another Twitter revamp, under which developers will have to consider more radical innovation, and the creation of "killer apps".
Apple, meanwhile, has angered users with the news that it will no longer support the iPhone 2G, and drawn considerable flak for its "hostile and despicable move" in blocking Flash on Apple hardware. The firm has also outlined some of the features of iPhone OS 4.0, and is clearly hoping to conquer new markets with the operating system update.
Our latest Top 10 was also popular, offering a timely rundown of political blunders in the area of technology, as was our review of Opera Mini for iPhone, which Apple has surprisingly allowed on to the App Store.
Microsoft, meanwhile, has been busy with the release of Visual Studio 2010 and no fewer than 25 security fixes in a whopping Patch Tuesday update.
Google readying tablet to take on the iPad
Company talks of 'reader tablet' in production
Twitter leaks details of major redesign
'Global information network' preparing for radical overhaul
Apple confirms no future support for iPhone 2G
Steve Jobs replies personally to email from user to apologise for lack of future support
Top 10 technology blunders in politics
In the run-up to the general election, V3.co.uk counts down its picks of politicians not getting tech
Flash evangelist launches personal rant against Apple
Steve Jobs accused of 'hostile and despicable move'
Apple shows off iPhone OS 4.0
Multi-tasking and e-books highlight upcoming firmware refresh
Microsoft delivers 25 security fixes
Admins brace for busy Patch Tuesday
Opera Mini for iPhone review
A test drive of the Safari rival
Analysis: Apple hopes for new markets with iPhone 4.0
Company seeking to win over high-end business users
Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2010
Suite now lets developers build for Windows, Azure, Windows Phone 7 and SharePoint
And Apple IS working on virtual reality headset
Indian bank falls victim to suspected cyber attack from North Korea's Lazarus Group
Would you settle for door locks or invest in a burglar alarm too?
Australian government to require technology and communications companies to provide access to messages
New bill avoids demanding 'backdoors' in encryption, but includes measures to compel companies to provide access to encrypted communications