The hit for V3.co.uk readers this week was our latest Top 10 list, which looked at the best Apple products of all time. Don't forget to tune in next week for our list of Apple's top 10 howlers.
Another popular story concerned the breaking of a long tradition at Google of ignoring TV advertising. The firm ran a 53-second ad during The Superbowl to promote its search engine. Feeling the pinch from Microsoft's Bing, perhaps?
Also popular was a breakdown of the iPad hardware costs, and the launch of a possible rival in X2 Computing's iTablet, and the closure of a Chinese 'hacking school' in an apparent crackdown by the authorities.
Microsoft made the top 10 this week with the launch of a child-friendly version of IE8, and revealed its plans for Hyper-V, cloud computing and virtual desktops. The firm also denied any problems with its battery notification system in Windows 7.
Google, meanwhile, launched its Buzz social networking service this week, and readers were keen to see that it has already run into controversy.
10 best Apple products of all time
Welcome to the world of Apple
freezes over as Google advertises on TV
Google finally succumbs to TV advertising to promote its search engine
iPad teardown reveals hardware costs
Mid-range models bring best profits for Apple, says iSuppli
hacker school shut down
Authorities arrest three in raid on Black Hawk Safety Net
launches child-friendly version of IE8
Firm collaborates with Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
Microsoft UK virtualisation chief Neil Sanderson
Sanderson outlines Microsoft's plans for Hyper-V, cloud computing and virtual desktops
search results riddled with malware
Websense report warns of misplaced trust in search engine results
Google has stirred up some controversy with its social networking tool
denies Windows 7 battery problems
Replacement warning functioning normally, claims software giant
vendor launches iTablet
X2 Computing takes on Apple's iPad with Windows tablet device
Dr Kuan Hon criticises GDPR consent emails that will only eviscerate marketing databases and 'media misinformation'
Apple squashes Steam Link app on 'business conflicts' grounds
Philip Hammond wants to forget rules that the UK agreed with the EU to ban non-European companies from the satellites
Instapaper to 'go dark' in Europe until it can work out GDPR compliance