The top story with V3.co.uk readers this week was the news that Windows Phone 7 is expected to be the fastest growing mobile platform this year, followed by a first look at the Asus Eee Slate EP 121 tablet, and our run down of the top 10 bad habits to drop in 2011.
Leaked details of the BlackBerry Storm 3 was also popular, as was the news that Windows 7 SP1 has been sent to manufacturers, and fresh warnings about the security of cloud computing.
Google, meanwhile, has attacked the H.264 web video standard, and ARM has announced that it is working on what it says will be the world's largest and smallest computers.
Finally, readers were keen to learn that Apple chief Steve Jobs is back on medical leave, and that the HTC 7 Pro will launch in February.
Phone 7 set to be fastest growing platform in 2011
Upheaval predicted as telecoms market undergoes profound change this year, says Ovum
Eee Slate EP 121 first impressions
Hands on time with the Asus tablet announced at CES
10 bad habits to drop in 2011
Tips for what to stop doing with technology
Storm 3 details leaked
RIM's latest touch-screen smartphone appears online
sends Windows 7 SP1 to manufacturers
OEMs receiving copies of updated operating system
warns governments on cloud computing
Public clouds should be used only for non-critical apps, says security agency Enisa
Search firm goes on the offensive after dropping support for the HTML5 standard from Chrome
working on world's largest and smallest computers
Antarctic computing and wetware
Jobs back on medical leave
Apple chief hands over reins to Tim Cook for an unspecified period
7 Pro to launch in February
Long-awaited Windows Phone 7 business device finally gets release date
Dust storm on Titan only the third Solar System body where such storms have been observed
New technique could enable quantum computers to scale-up to millions of qubits
Systrom and Krieger taking time off "to explore our curiosity and creativity"
Comcast's £29.7bn winning bid more than twice the £13.7bn Rupert Murdoch valued Sky at just eight years ago