After a manic week in which Apple released the iPhone 5 to huge success it is perhaps surprising that the most read article of the week was our hands-on review of the new Intel-powered Motorola Razr I smartphone.
Introduced last week, the device represents Intel's growing push into the mobile space having been left in the slow-lane by UK success story ARM. We were left with a positive impression of the device, which boasts impressive specs and a nice design feel.
There was less good news for Research in Motion (RIM), though, after it was hit by another network outage on Friday, which left some six percent of its worldwide user base without key data services for around six hours.
Apple, of course, generated plenty of headlines, as well, as V3 readers were keen to learn more about the iPhone 5 launch, its introduction of Gatekeeper for Mac OS Lion users, and Yahoo's move to offer all employees an iPhone 5, or other top-end device.
Motorola Razr I hands on review
Intel-powered handset seems to live up to performance claims
Research in Motion admits BlackBerry services down in latest network outage
Beleaguered handset maker causes more headaches for customers
Samsung ads belittling iPhone 5 miss the point
Korean firm's iPhone 5-attacking ad ignore importance of software to consumers
Apple introduces Gatekeeper for Mac OS Lion users
Firm extends security features to older OS
Motorola Razr I review
Motorola's latest handset shows that Intel can hold its own in the smartphone arena
Intel Israel chief predicts epic computer revolution on the horizon
Device revolution of next five years to utterly change world again, claims Mooly Eden
HTC WP8 S hands on review
HTC's answer to the Nokia Lumia 820 holds promise
Researchers warn of targeted Internet Explorer zero-day flaw
Windows XP flaw being exploited in the wild
Yahoo snubs BlackBerry to offer staff free iPhone 5 or Samsung Galaxy S3
Marissa Mayer to spend some £10m to offer all staff smartphone devices
Small Texas cable firm alleges foul play
Facebook will join fores with UK NGOs to tackle hate speech on the social network
A survey of local authorities has found that they face challenges in the areas of data, compliance and mobility.
More than 800,000 home users could be affected