Security concerns and Apple news dominated this week's top articles, with V3.co.uk readers keen to find out more on the government's Al Qaeda cyber threat and David Beckham's hacked web site.
Most popular, however, was news of Intel's claims that laptops, netbooks and tablets could be history in 10 years' time, as multi-purpose smart computing devices take over.
Rama Skukla, vice president of Intel's architecture group, said during his keynote at the SEMICON West conference in San Francisco this week that "tablets are disappearing", and that the devices of the future "could not be described".
Also popular were Apple stories highlighting the Assistive Touch feature in iOS 5 and the firm's infringement action against HTC over technology used in its Flyer tablet and Desire smartphone.
On the security front, V3.co.uk readers were also keen to find out more about Vodafone's Sure Signal flaw, while news that Microsoft is urging users to ditch Windows XP before 2014 was also popular.
Other picks of the week were our Fujitsu tablet review, and news that over 900 police officers have breached the Data Protection Act over the past year.
Intel predicts tablets, laptops and netbooks will be history in a decade
The future's not in form factor, SEMICON West delegates told, but in personal clouds
Government warns of Al Qaeda cyber jihad threat
Terrorist tools and techniques increasingly available online
Apple files infringement action against HTC Flyer tablet and Desire smartphone
HTC Evo and Wildfire devices also among 17 products named in patent case
Apple releases iOS 5 Beta 3 showcasing Assistive Touch
Company activates button-less interface
David Beckham's web site hacked as Posh gives birth
Official site defaced to coincide with birth of daughter Harper Seven
Over 900 police fingered for Data Protection Act breaches
Big Brother Watch reveals 243 officers and staff received criminal convictions for illegally accessing databases
Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 tablet review
Fujitsu's Windows tablet could prove more attractive to businesses than other consumer-focused devices
Top 10 iPhone apps for the daily commute
The best apps to pass the time during your journey
Microsoft urges business to ditch Windows XP before 2014 cut off
Windows 7 is a better option, argues Redmond
Vodafone Sure Signal femto flaws could enable widespread phone hacking
The Hacker's Choice releases information showing how device can be used to hack phones within 50 metres
Some parts of Atacama have not received rainfall for 500 years - but a sudden deluge of water upset the Desert's delicate biological balance
Spitzer Space Telescope could not spot Oumuamua, suggesting that it is actually pretty small
Greenland crater one of the 25 largest impact craters on Earth
This long-sought progenitor star was identified in an image captured by Hubble in 2007