The big hit with V3.co.uk readers this week was our run down of the top 10 best and worst things about Facebook, one of which has to be the fact that it was 'easy' for a hacker to expose details on 100 million Facebook accounts.
This was followed by the news that IPv4 addresses will run out in under a year, Apple's rollout of the iPhone 4 to a further 17 countries, and HMV's aggressive move into the digital download market.
News from the Black Hat conference was also popular, particularly an ATM hack and the introduction of DNS Security Extensions.
Meanwhile, T-Mobile and Vodafone have started promoting Nokia's N8 smartphone, and Apple's share of the smartphone market has dipped slightly.
10 best and worst things about Facebook
What we like and loathe about the site
addresses to run out in 12 months
Stark warning for the IT industry
sets out plans for iPhone 4 expansion
Handset will debut in a further 17 countries
goes digital in competition with iTunes
High-street store offering Top 40 singles for 40p each
operators begin Nokia N8 push
T-Mobile and Vodafone offering sign-up for Nokia's make or break smartphone
Hat: Hacker makes ATMs spew money
Barnaby Jacks demonstrates 'easy' attacks on cash machines
Crime Agency could replace Soca
Cyber crime, child online protection and internet surveillance could all be under one roof
million Facebook accounts exposed
'Hack' highlights users' lax approach to privacy
Hat: Internet gets 'biggest upgrade since World Wide Web'
DNS Security Extensions could cripple man-in-the-middle attacks
loses ground in the smartphone market
Overall sales are buoyant, says analyst, but Apple's share dips
Initiative aims to use the power of quantum systems for modeling and simulation apps
Google will keep its eyes on users in other ways
Tesco wrangling with FCA over size of fine
Equinox's Dave Millett explores how phone, mobile and broadband could be affected by a no-deal Brexit