So which articles have proved the most popular with vnunet.com readers this week?
The big hitter was undoubtedly Microsoft's next operating system release, Windows 7, which we covered as a First Look review and a picture gallery; while an article debating some of the more memorable technology references in films has also proved popular with readers, perhaps as a useful guide to movies not to rush out to see.
1. First Look: Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft has allowed an early peek at the next version of its platform, and it promises to fix many of the flaws of Vista.
2. Top 10 technology flaws in films
A useful guide to movies for the easily-annoyed geek to steer clear of (or not, if you want a good laugh).
3. IBM sues Apple-bound exec
IBM has filed suit in a US district court to prevent Mark Papermaster from taking up a position with Apple.
4. Intel's Core i7 shines in benchmarks
Intel's forthcoming Nehalem chips are set to be the fastest processors yet, according to the latest benchmark results.
5. Asus plans £120 Eee PC for 2009
Asus president Jerry Shen has revealed that the firm will offer an entry-level version of its Eee PC mini notebook for under $200 (£123).
6. Windows 7 in pictures
Windows 7 introduces a number of user interface changes to make life easier for users. This article highlights just a few of them in visual form.
7. Worm emerges for latest Microsoft flaw
A number of security research groups are reporting the emergence of a worm targeting a flaw in the Windows Server Service.
8. Microsoft refreshes Windows Live Hotmail
Microsoft is adding improvements to Windows Live Hotmail that should, among other things, make it easer for users to access their contacts.
9. Ubuntu Linux updates released
New client and server versions include enhanced connectivity, security and virtualisation tools.
Imminent attack will target a single bank with cloned cards used to fraudulently withdraw millions over one weekend
Using photocatalysts to convert carbon dioxide into usable energy such as methane or ethane
Trained on curated data from Moorfields Eye Hospital, the neural network also shows clinicians how it reached its judgement
Yokohama National University demonstrate technology that could lead to a fault-tolerant universal quantum computer