After so much interest in the £22 Raspberry Pi computing system, it is perhaps not surprising that our in-depth review of the device was the most eagerly read story of the last seven days.
We were highly-impressed with the little device, calling it a "miniature marvel" that could well have an important impact on computer teaching in the UK, although the tiny memory and the need for additional hardware and software to function is a slight let down.
Continuing the fruity theme and Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) gave everyone plenty to talk about as it unveiled a huge raft of updates for its iOS 6 platform.
The most notable of these are its plans to drop native support for Google Maps and instead partner with TomTom while it also unveiled a slew of new MacBook products. Our handy quick guide to these devices was no doubt of use to those trying to work out which device they may want to buy next.
Away from the world of expensive, shiny computers the news that the creator of free open source software Linux, Linus Torvalds, was awarded the 2012 Millennium Technology Prize, was also of great interest to many readers.
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