The ten most popular stories on Mobile Entertainment, the week ending August 31st 2012.
Stories started circulating that Samsung paid off their patent-violation fine to Apple by delivering billions of coins in a series of trucks.
That story was, of course, bullshit, and we said as much.
After winning their lawsuit against Samsung, Apple revealed the eight Samsung phones it wants to banish from the US.
For some reason a video of a pornstar dancing and touching herself proved popular with readers.
Announced a couple of weeks ago, our list of the Top 50 Mobile Innovators of 2012 is still getting a lot of attention from people eager to know which firms to watch in the future.
Arguably the biggest tech story of the year, Apple's legal battle with Samsung ended with the South Korean firm being handed a fine of $1.05bn. This has huge ramifications for the mobile industry, something that Apple and Google seem to have realised.
Namco Bandai promote the new Tekken video game with content asking fans to take Tekken-based images using Instagram.
Taxi apps are super cool right now, but figures show the public hasn't caught on just yet.
The iPad is the world's most popular tablet, but what's the make-up of the people who have bought the Apple slate? Did you know that two thirds of users are male?
Apple devices account for 58 per cent of in-app ad impressions, but iPhone's share has fallen from 31 per cent to 27 per cent, while iPod Touch has dipped from 22 per cent to 19 per cent.
Stats reveal that Android users spend ever so slightly less on average than iPhone users and 37 per cent of users take photos of what they're buying.