Having fully recovered from the madness that is CES in Las Vegas, V3 was pleased to see that our time at the event was well spent as our coverage from the week-long event was clearly of keen interest.
Numerous hands-on reviews and news stories from the event dominated the week's most read stories, including the waterproof Xperia Z smartphone and the Lenovo ThinkPad Helix. Elsewhere the news Lenovo will launch an Intel-powered smartphone was widely read.
Beyond the raft of news from the event, other stories that caught the eye including Barclays' move to open source technology for its in-house development plans, helping it reduce costs and improve deployment schedules for applications and software.
Finally, as ever, security concerns were present, with a new report claiming a quarter of all Android applications post a "high risk" threat to the security of users, due to prevalence of old versions of Android in use across the market.
CES: Sony Xperia Z hands-on review
V3 takes a look at Sony's waterproof smartphone
CES: Lenovo and Samsung bet big on Windows 8 touch capabilities
Companies expect touch and BYOD trends will convince business buyers to upgrade PCs
Barclays claims 90 percent software cost savings with open source drive
Internal cloud helps to reduce deployment times
Leaks shed new light on BlackBerry 10
Investors give thumbs-up to first sightings of RIM's new OS
CES: Lenovo ThinkPad Helix hands-on review
An interesting Windows 8 tablet-ultrabook hybrid
Kingston delivers 1TB USB flash drive
DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 offers huge capacity in a USB memory stick
CES: Lenovo unleashes K900 Intel superphone
PC maker bets big on Intel processing prowess
CES: LG Optimus G smartphone hands-on review
V3 got its hands on Korean firm's latest quad-core, 4G-enabled flagship handset
A quarter of Android apps pose "high risk" to security
TrustGo report finds growing number of risky app downloads
CES 2013 round-up: Paper tablets, eight-core chips and Ballmer surprises
We wrap up the best of the technology on show in Las Vegas
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