While last week may have been dominated by Apple’s launch of the iPhone 5S and 5C, and its new iOS 7 operating system, Sony managed to steal the headlines too.
Our review of the company's new Xperia Z1 was the most popular piece of the week, as readers were interested to see what we made of the device.
Apple, of course, was hugely popular too, with its new iOS 7 operating system arriving on iPhone and iPad devices, and many wanted to know if it was worth upgrading. This made our head-to-head review immensely popular.
Aside from devices, the world of cloud computing continued to generate debate after Amazon hit out at ‘old guard’ IT vendors who are too hung up on the private cloud.
Finally, the V3 Technology Awards shortlist was announced and is now open for voting, so make sure you have your say to help us celebrate the best of the tech community in 2013.
Sony Xperia Z1 review
Sony's best smartphone to date, with a top-notch camera
iOS 7 vs iOS 6 head-to-head review
We find out just what Apple has changed in the operating system refresh
Nokia Lumia 1020 review
We find out of the 41MP smartphone should have Samsung and Apple worried
V3 announces its Technology Awards 2013 shortlist
Vote for your favourite in our annual celebration of the industry
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