Amazingly, it's been two whole years since CNET.co.uk launched -- how the time flies, eh, readers? -- so we thought we'd have a nice party with some cake and all the trimmings. The trimmings being exciting lists of your favourite stories.
Much has changed on the site in that time -- we've launched a Downloads section, to help you find the best free programs around. We've created an archive of all our lovely videos, so you can see how all these brilliant products work. We've been to Las Vegas, Hannover, and many other European tech hotspots in pursuit of gadgety goodness. And like any two-year-old, we've doubled in size since birth: the team has grown from just five people at launch to a bouncy ten now -- we had to move offices to fit them all in.
In that time we've produced an ear-shattering 33 episodes of the stonking Crave Podcast, and three episodes of the mind-bendingest tech show on the Web, Space Bubble. We've published a staggering 1,191 reviews and written Crave stories till they're coming out of our ears -- 1,717 of them.
And to celebrate all that, we thought we'd show you what have been the most popular stories on the site -- ever.
Our most popular reviews ever:
1. , possibly the best LCD TV ever.
2. , a 3G phone with serious pizzazz.
3. , a beautiful touch-sensitive phone.
4. , one of the best-value TVs in history.
5. , a fantastic 1080p LCD.
Our top-ranking features on Digital Living:
1. , an ultraportable fight to the death.
2. , duking it out Shakespeare-style to win the hand of a bloke in a dress.
3. -- go from stupid to Spielberg in ten easy steps.
4. -- fed up with your noisy desktop? Here's how to shhh it.
5. Monitor your home with a Wi-Fi Webcam. We don't know why this is so popular. Perverts, probably.
And the one you've all been waiting for, the most-viewed Crave stories:
1. Top ten girl geeks, where a few people took objection to Paris Hilton.
2. , where a few people thought we were saying camera phones were as good as dSLRs.
3. , where we frightened commuters with the size of our PC.
4. , where we showed you a funny-looking mobile. Maybe you liked it because it's not the Razr again.
5. , where we showed off a prototype using the OS's cool-but-not-that-useful-really SideShow feature.
Thanks for the memories, it's been emotional. Here's to more tech stroking, gadget licking and fanboy baiting in the years to come. -Nick Hide