The battle for the tablet market appears to be heating up, with our in-depth head-to-head review between the Apple iPad 2 and Asus Transformer Prime the most popular story of the week, underlining the increasing competition Apple is facing in this market.
The hybrid nature of the Asus Transformer Prime, and its improved specifications over the iPad 2, made it the clear winner in our review, really helping to ramp-up the expectations, and pressure, around the forthcoming iPad 3.
Still, Apple is still the undisputed top-dog in the technology world at present, with the announcement of its new Mountain Lion OS X operating system causing quite a buzz, with our top five features from the system proving popular.
Elsewhere the scientists at CERN were generating headlines by increasing the power of the Large Hadron Collider in an effort to final find the elusive Higgs Boson, a discovery which could have huge implications for our entire understanding of the universe.
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