Well Christmas is almost upon us, which means another year will soon be coming to an end.
As you pause to prepare yourself for the turkey, Christmas pudding and alcohol onslaught, lets take a quick look back at the posts that have got you clicking since we started this blog back in September.
Sony did its best to monopolise the top ten thanks to its DRM rootkit fiasco. With more twist and turns than your average low-grade soap opera, Sony’s inept handling of the controversy signalled a new corporate PR low.
Next on the list came the news that the much hyped ADSL2+ broadband technology might not deliver the promised speeds of up to 24Mb, unless you happen to live right on top of your nearest exchange.
The revelation that Intel’s hyperthreading chip technology, rather than actually improving performance, could be having the opposite effect also got you clicking in big numbers.
Ahhh, what would it be like to work for Google? Clearly this must be a dream for many of you given the number that clicked to find out to what lengths the search engine giant will go to in order to keep its staff happy.
The prospect of saving a few pennies by picking up a second-hand Microsoft software license or two also piqued your interest.
Completing your top ten were an innovative new use for wi-fi networks
The dual core desktop duel that saw AMD wipe the floor with rival Intel
And last, and by no means least, come the budding entrepreneurs from Turkey who came up with this stunning iPod imposter
Thanks for reading, have a great Christmas and we’ll back with more posts next week.
Best wishes from all of us at ITproPortal.