What a year it's been for Technology Spectator. In what seemed like a rather short 12 month's we've covered everything from NBN spats to social media gaffes.
But out of everything we've written what are were your favourite articles?
Below is a list of our top 10 articles for 2012. We’ve ranked them based on total page views and while they’re not all about the NBN, Malcolm Turnbull seems pretty popular.
10. Turnbull’s latest NBN fail – Supratim Adhikari
The shadow communications minister takes aim at the network's innovation promise and reckons we don't need the speeds on offer.
9. iiNet’s short-lived victory – Stilgherrian
iiNet won its copyright war against the forces of Hollywood in the high court, but its victory may not last long with the ruling hinting at the government to change the law.
Vodafone Australia may have managed to improve its network coverage, but winning back the hearts and minds of customers, who continue to leave in droves, is going to be a much tougher task.
The combination of Wi-Fi and apps could make a big difference to how organisations engage with people. It’s a good thing we are building the NBN.
Big is beautiful again, but is the Samsung Galaxy Note too much to handle?
The government's excuse that the NBN is 'nation building' doesn't excuse its exorbitant price tag.
Turnbull's not only tasked with talking down the NBN, but is also forced to stop his colleagues from making statements that defy tech common sense.
With airlines cramming in passengers like sardines, the promise of ‘wireless IFE’ may soon leave them too distracted to worry about the tight seats and the reheated meals.
Telstra had similar technology to that offered via Optus' TV Now in its research labs a decade ago, so why did it sign a $153m AFL contract?
There's no shortage of analysts willing to predict our tech future, but here's a few gutsy predictions that could have happened in the past year.
If you have an article that hooked you this year that’s not in the list let us know in the comments below.