The device market never slows down and V3 readers are clearly keen to stay on top of it all and see how the market-leading firms' efforts stack up.
So our head-to-head between two Samsung heavyweights – the Note 3 and Galaxy S5 – was immensely popular, as readers considered the benefits between the flagship smartphone and the bigger-screen phablet.
Elsewhere, Sony’s Xperia Z2 device arrived on the scene and V3 was quick to test it out, as we see how the Japanese firm has improved on its original phone. Our video review is embedded below.
In less top-end phone news, one creative Linux software engineer showed it is possible to get yourself a functioning unit without needing to hand over cash to the industry giants, after he built a Raspberry-based phone for just $158.
And in non-phone news, V3’s exclusive report on Microsoft's Word for iPad app receiving an unwanted 500 one-star reviews was also well-read, as users complained of high prices and key functions missing, such as printing.
Galaxy S5 vs Note 3 head to head review
Top Samsung devices tested together
Sony Xperia Z2 review
We test out the Japenese firm's latest device
Raspberry Pi-based PiPhone built by Linux developer for just $158
Mini-computer can do just about anything
Microsoft Word app for iPad flops with users after 500 one-star reviews
Need for full Office subscription main gripe with users
Welsh residents bemoan ‘ridiculous’ slow broadband speeds
Data from uSwitch has nation outraged
Samsung Galaxy S5 hit by major camera flaw
Firm acknowledges major issue with flagship phone
iPhone 6: Top 10 features Apple must release to combat Android assault
Better camera, improved screen and toughened glass
Apple iOS 7.1.1 update contains Touch ID fingerprint scanner and keyboard fixes
SSL security fix also included in latest update
Android users under siege as banking Trojan threat grows
Kaspersky data adds to woes for Google platform
Dell XPS 15 review
We test out the latest XPS business laptop unit from the firm
'Notorious' Australian child hacker thought he had executed 'flawless' hack
The former employee says that Tesla fired him for bringing the accusations to management internally
Insecticides based on sulfoxaflor might be as bad for bees as neonicotinoids
Intel teases forthcoming new graphics card accompanied by the text "We will set our graphics free"