Apple’s much-hyped iPad 2 was the centre of attention for V3.co.uk readers this week, claiming three of the 10 places in our list of most popular articles.
Most read was our comprehensive top 10 reasons for and against buying the iPad 2, while close behind was our head-to-head review of the device and its predecessor. V3.co.uk readers were also keen to find out more on why demand for the device is outstripping supply.
Not to be outdone, Research In Motion nudged into the top 10 with a story on why its PlayBook tablet will kick start the enterprise market for these devices.
Security concerns were also popular this week, with Google patching five flaws in its Chrome browser, and a security researcher claiming he had found key-logging software on Samsung laptops - a claim that was subsequently debunked.
Smartphone-related content also made its regular appearance in the top 10, with Nokia reaffirming its commitment to Symbian and our HTC Desire S review.
Top 10 reasons for and against the iPad 2
Is the tablet really worth the hysteria?
Apple iPad 2 versus iPad - head to head review
Key upgrades make this the best tablet on the market, but original iPad owners shouldn't be in a rush to trade up
BlackBerry PlayBook set to kick start UK business tablet market
Majority of UK users still unsure where form factor will fit in
Security firm finds key-logger installed on new Samsung laptops
Software could open major security breach
IDC report finds Microsoft and partners generated $580bn in 2010
Ecosystem thriving amid cloud computing transition
HTC Desire S review
Android 2.3 device is a solid upgrade, but a tad pricey
Google patches five flaws with Chrome update
$8,500 paid out to vulnerability researchers
Oracle hits back over HP Itanium comments
Company disputes charge of abandoning customers
Apple iPad 2 demand exceeds supply
Cupertino mute on sales figures
Nokia confirms lasting Symbian relationship
Handset maker will produce more Symbian phones alongside Windows Phone 7 devices
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