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It's Friday and you're likely winding down for the weekend, which means it's time to give yourself a work break – it's on us – and have a sift through ME's top ten hottest stories of the week.
High on the list was news that Facebook has begun pushing mobile ads to users' Notifications, which could either be a stroke of genius or a sure way to annoy customers, while the surge of content and app revenue increasing secured eyeballs.
Additionally, readers were keen to discover the best ways to destroy an iPhone, how EE has moved into NFC payments and why most iOS downloads are free.
Check out the full rundown below.
Currently testing the scheme with games.
Mobile gaming to shoot up by 266 per cent by 2017.
Average user breaks their beloved Apple smartphone in just ten weeks.
Smartphones can now be used for contactless payments.
To pay or not to pay, that is the question.
Player community brought together in worldwide event.
Newest version of the OS becomes top dog for the first time.
Tim Green finds out exactly how users spend £71 via Pingit each month, and how Barclays plans to make the app work for retailers and brands.
Pause for a timeout to make calls, send texts and read emails while making sweet love.
All the features expected from a 4G Lumia without the price tag.