Our review of the new MacBook Air was the most popular story with V3.co.uk readers this week, followed by news that Microsoft Lync 2010 has been released to manufacturing, and the latest zero-day flaw to hit Firefox.
Ubuntu promoting the Unity interface in the next version of its Linux OS was also a big hit, as was Sneak's review of The Commuter, a short film made entirely on a Nokia N8, and our interview with Sun Microsystems co-founder Andy Bechtolsheim.
The latest Top 10 generated a lot of interest, this time looking at scientific educators, as did Microsoft's cloud plans post-Ray Ozzie, Adobe's latest jibe at Apple, and the conviction of a British botnet herder.
MacBook Air review
A strong upgrade for Apple's ultra-portable laptop, but it's still expensive
Lync 2010 released to manufacturing
Update for comms platform due in November
Firefox flaw exploited by criminals
Hole in latest version of the Mozilla browser could lead to Trojan download
to push Unity in next release
Version 11.04 of Linux OS will favour latest user interface over Gnome
previews N8-shot The Commuter (much to Sneak's disappointment)
Sneak has just sat through The Commuter, a short film shot entirely on an N8 mobile phone
Sun Microsystems co-founder Andy Bechtolsheim
Bechtolsheim talks about his former company, and the impact smartphones and cloud will have on the industry
10 scientific educators
Those who blinded us with science
talks up the cloud in wake of Ray Ozzie departure
Azure chief Zane Adam says firm wants to offer hosted software along with Google and Amazon type services
boss slams Apple's Flash concerns as 'ridiculous'
Only Apple has a problem with Flash, says Shantanu Narayen
m00p botnet herder pleads guilty
Metropolitan Police and Finnish Pori Police get their man
Geoengineering on the sea floor near glaciers would form a new ice shelf to prevent melting
Alterations in capillary blood flow can be caused by body position change
Curiosity rover is in 'normal mode' but not transmitting scientific data back to base
NatWest outage comes a day after Barclays' IT systems shut out customers and staff