It's no surprise that in the week in which Apple was forced into a rare public apology over its embarrassing Maps app, our review of the iOS 6 operating system upgrade was the most read, as readers wondered if it worth upgrading at all.
In our view, it is, although the Maps issues is undoubtedly a problem, but there are ways around this, as Tim Cook himself noted, through the use of rival services such as Google Maps pinned to your home page, or services such as Waze based on Google's tool.
Elsewhere Samsung underlined its popularity among V3 readers, with numerous reviews and news stories generating interest, including our Galaxy Tab 2 review, the promise of Jelly Bean for Galaxy S3 users and our revelations the S Duos smartphone will not arrive in the UK.
In a phone dominated week, the iPhone 5 and Motorola Razr I reviews also made it in to the top 10, while Nokia's European launch prices for the Lumia 920 and 820 devices also proved of interested.
However, it wouldn't be a most read without a security story, and the news the US bank Wells Fargo was hit by a cyber attack, despite warnings to the industry to expect such a threat, was of interest too.
Apple iOS 6 review
Worth the upgrade unless you rely on Google Maps
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 review
A small form factor tablet with no outstanding features
Samsung Galaxy S3 users promised Jelly Bean update soon
European roll out of latest Android version starts in Poland
Samsung admits Galaxy S Duos smartphone not hitting the UK
No reason given by South Korean firm
Apple iPhone 5 review
Hardware overhaul brings the thinnest, lightest iPhone yet
Motorola Razr I review
Motorola's latest handset shows that Intel can hold its own in the smartphone arena
Apple iPhone 5 queue in London [Video]
V3 reports from Apple's Regent Street store as excitement builds ahead of launch
US bank Wells Fargo hit by cyber attack despite industry warnings
Bank website suffers issues amid heightened security concerns
Samsung delivers Galaxy S3 remote-wipe bug fix
Remote wipe threat could affect many more handsets, researchers warn
Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 smartphones to hit Europe in November
Mobile firm refuses to divulge UK release or pricing
14nm Cavium ThunderX2 CPUs deployed in HPE Apollo 70 supercomputer for US National Nuclear Security Administration
MWR's Countercept platform and phishd technologies key to F-Secure acquisition
Brexit labour shortages will lead to higher adoption of robotics
Newbies will be thrown in with the big boys on Sanhok as Kar98 fodder