Tablet news dominated the top 10 this week, with stories about products from Archos, Asus, Google and, of course, Apple all finding favour with V3.co.uk readers.
Most popular was news of the launch of Archos' 8.9in Windows 7 tablet, which will go up against the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
The device comes with an Intel Atom 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 32GB of SSD storage and an 8.9in LED backlit touch screen with 1,024x600 resolution. It also features a USB 2.0 port, Wi-Fi, 1.3-megapixel webcam, optical trackpad with mouse buttons and the firm's trademark kickstand.
Also popular this week was news from Context that Apple's 64GB 3G iPad 2 is the best-selling tablet, accounting for a third of all iPad 2 sales in western Europe.
Our reviews of the Asus Eee Pad Transformer and 2011 edition of the Apple iMac 27in also garnered interest, as did news that two key Ubuntu executives are to leave Canonical.
Security news was another popular area of interest for V3.co.uk readers this week, with the news of Baroness Neville-Jones's departure as security minister, and concerns over the new WebGL standard.
Finally, readers were keen to read about Google's plans to upgrade its Android operating system for smartphones and tablets to version 3.1, and of our take on the top ten technology marriages made in hell.
Archos battles Samsung Galaxy Tab with new 8.9in Windows 7 tablet
£400 device features Intel Atom 1.2GHz processor, 32GB SSD and optical trackpad
Top 10 technology marriages made in hell
Relationships the industry would have been better without
Apple's 64GB 3G iPad 2 continues to dominate tablet sales
However, iPad market share drops five per cent during Q1 2011
Asus Eee Pad Transformer review
Asus' attempt to make an Android-powered laptop replacement is a success in some ways but less so in others
IT managers told to turn off WebGL due to security concerns
Consultancy Context Information Security warns that new standard could enable denial-of-service or data stealing attacks
Apple iMac 27in (2011 edition) review
Apple's new 27in iMac is impressive, but we aren't sure who it's aimed at
Two key Ubuntu executives jump ship from Canonical
Ubuntu maker loses CTO and corporate services vice president
Neville-Jones quits as security minister
Champion of cyber security moves to 'special representative' role
Amazon tipped to launch a 'Super Kindle' Android tablet
Online retailer aims to capitalise on the runaway success of its e-book reader
Google upgrading to Android 3.1, and next release will unify tablets and phones
Firm adding cloud music systems to compete with Apple
BT wants to make the public switched telephone network history within eight years
Personal data being purloined by third parties via Facebook Login API
MacOS and iOS are better off apart, says CEO Tim Cook
Or they'll no longer be entitled to updates and bug patches