Another week of mobile dominated news saw the best and worst side of the industry capture the interest of V3 readers this week.
First up, the good, with our head to head of the Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 4S the most read article of the week, underlining the market dominance and attention the two devices have among those considering a new handset.
Ultimately, we decided a draw was the only fair results, with both devices touting impressive specifications that saw them win numerous categories, but picking an overall winner just proved impossible.
On to the bad, and O2’s network outage, which affected millions of customers over a 24-hour period also attracted much interest, no doubt from disgruntled customers wondering when their service would resume.
Lastly, with just two weeks until the Olympics, our photo gallery of the technology that was used in 1948 was also widely read, as it helped underline just how far technology has come in the 50 or so years since London last played host to the greatest sporting event on earth.
Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Apple iPhone 4S head to head review
We pitch the world's biggest smartphone rivals head to head
O2 network outage affecting voice and data services
Firm coy on cause of issue and scope of affected area
Hackers claim to have stolen 450,000 Yahoo logins
Perpetrators claims attack designed as a wake-up call to firm
Yahoo confirms 400,000 passwords stolen
Company vows to change credentials and notify users
Amazon Kindle Fire hands on review
Ahead of its anticipated UK arrival, V3 gets a hands on with Amazon's budget tablet
Sony Xperia Go hands on review
V3 offers its first impressions of Sony's new waterproof smartphone
Apple nears release date for OS X Mountain Lion
Update being delivered to developers
Kindle Fire set for UK launch in tablet battle with Nexus 7
Companies pegs Amazon tablet with autumn release date
The 1948 London Olympics technology in pictures
BT shows how far it's come since providing services as the Post Office at the last UK Olympics
Raspberry Pi on track to build over one million units a year [Video]
Executive director Eben Upton outlines next steps for the bare bones computer
PUBG news and updates: November's Update #23 to bring new Skorpion pistol and changes to blue zone visibility
Genuinely useful side-arm coming to PUBG in Update #23
Asda, Morrisons and Tesco in the frame for checkout facial recognition technology
Research opens up new possibilities for structural batteries, where the carbon fibre forms part of the energy system
Another shape could have indicated hard-to-detect particles