The clamour for tablets looks like it will last through 2014, as V3 readers were keen to find out about some of the new devices to hit the market in the year ahead.
Our top 10 tablets for 2014 – covering the next round of iPads, Nexus devices and Surface Pros – proved the most popular article of the past seven days.
Smartphones were also of interest, as many are no doubt considering buying a new device for the year ahead. Our interactive guides to the Sony Xperia Z1 and the Lenovo ThinkPad 8 also proved highly popular.
Elsewhere, security concerns hit the headlines with FireEye's report of six new Android-based malware threats being of interest, and concern, to the many Android devices owners in the market.
Perhaps even more worrying was the news of the 16 million German email accounts being hacked by unknown malware, which forced the German government to issue a warning to its citizens to keep an eye on accounts using the same passwords.
Top 10 tablets for 2014: iPad Air, Nexus 7s and Samsung Galaxy Note Pro
A tablet wishlist for the year ahead
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact interactive guide
Check out the key features of the latest device from Japanese giant
FireEye finds six Android malware variants with data-stealing powers
More issues raised for owners of devices powered by Google's platform
Unknown malware hijacks 16 million German email accounts
Government issues warning to citizens
Lenovo ThinkPad 8 interactive guide
Key features of the 8in tablet
Windows banking Trojan jumps to target Android
Cross-platform concerns in latest security warning
Russian ‘Energetic Bear' hackers caught ransacking energy companies
Security firm CrowdStrike issues latest warning
Fiesta hackers caught hitting Cisco customers with Java attack
Attack hits 300 companies in 30 days, claims network giant
EE admits Bright Box router security flaw
Security researcher slams company for ignoring concerns
Three quarters of world's email traffic is spam
Spammers slow down after Christmas, though
Microsoft receives a 30 per cent cut of all purchases on the Xbox digital store
Credit card thieves used Apple ID accounts to buy and sell virtual currency for Clash of Clans and Clash Royale and Marvel Contest of Champions
$5.1bn fine further evidence that the EU is anti-US, claims Trump
New cable will connect Virginia to France