The most popular story with V3.co.uk readers this week was news that Apple is looking to incorporate a new type of smaller SIM card into the next iPhone.
According to analysts, this could give Apple greater control over the devices to issue updates over the air, and could let customers change networks without needing to replace their SIM.
There was bad news for Apple on the security front, however, as user forums showed a marked increase in reports of the Mac Defender malware spreading among Mac OS system. Security vendors also noted a recent surge in reports.
Readers were also keen to see our verdict on the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab, the 10.1in version of the Android tablet. We liked the fact that it was light and slim, and ran the latest Honeycomb operating system, but weren't so impressed with the Tab's battery recharge time and microphone.
Apple gearing up to launch iPhone 5 with smaller SIM
Reconfigurable SIM card could give Apple increased control over user activity
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review
Samsung's tablet is a worthy rival to the iPad 2, but falls short in many ways
Apple forums light up as Mac Defender malware spreads
AppleCare staff reportedly refusing to help
Top 10 technology takeover targets
Companies ripe for harvest as merger mania grips IT
HTC Flyer Android 2.3 tablet hits the streets
Gingerbread device starts at £479.99 SIM-free and comes with Magic pen stylus
O2 suffers massive network outage across the south east
Customers in London, Kent and Sussex cut off from 2G and 3G coverage after theft and vandalism
Sony denies second hack after password reset page goes offline
Firm took page down to fix 'URL exploit'
Facebook rolls out several security enhancements
Social networking firm improves malicious link scanning and clickjacking protection
UK flouting WEEE Directive as African e-waste dumping continues
Campaigners argue that Environment Agency needs more resources
Nvidia predicts Android tablets will outsell Apple's iPad within three years
Co-founder says Google platform will dominate by 2015
Spray-on antenna could enable seamless integration of antennas with everyday objects
Parker Solar Probe, TESS and GOLD missions will deliver exciting data, claims NASA
But deep learning pulls ahead for complex tasks
Geoengineering on the sea floor near glaciers would form a new ice shelf to prevent melting