So what has drawn the attention of vnunet.com readers this week? Taking the top slot is the British National Party's membership list being leaked online, which has left more than a few red faces around, while we've clearly got a few Firefox fans amongst our readership.
Elsewhere, the latest top 10 article from our intrepid US reporters has proved another success. This week, they give the lowdown on those IT chief executives who have helped put technology at the heart of business today.
membership details leaked online
An extensive membership list of the far-right British National Party has been stolen and leaked online.
launches Fashion Your Firefox tool
Mozilla has introduced a new way for Firefox users to pick add-ons for the open-source browser.
claims fastest processor on the planet
Intel has officially launched the Core i7 processor, formerly codenamed Nehalem, which it claims is the fastest on the planet.
&A: Richard Stallman
In an exclusive interview with vnunet.com, the founder of the GNU Project and the Free Software Foundation discusses his views on free versus proprietary and open-source software, social networking sites and privacy issues
shooting stuns Silicon Valley
Silicon Valley left reeling following the murder of three people at a semiconductor startup.
10 greatest IT chief executives
This week, vnunet.com examines the executives who pushed technology into becoming the basis of some of the largest businesses in the world.
puts the boot into Yahoo
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer sent Yahoo's share price plummeting when he denied any chance of new acquisition talks.
edges closer to victory against Psystar
Apple has moved a step closer to victory in its case against Psystar, after a US judge on Tuesday threw out the Mac clone vendor's anti-trust claim.
getting better at online protection
Internet users are getting better at protecting themselves, but are still not doing enough to keep PCs and identities secure when surfing, according to the fourth annual UK Internet Security State of the Nation report from Get Safe Online.
Microsystems to lay off 6,000
Sun Microsystems has added its name to the growing list of tech firms making major job cuts, announcing that 6,000 employees will go as part of a major restructuring of its software operation.
Some parts of Atacama have not received rainfall for 500 years - but a sudden deluge of water upset the Desert's delicate biological balance
Spitzer Space Telescope could not spot Oumuamua, suggesting that it is actually pretty small
Greenland crater one of the 25 largest impact craters on Earth
This long-sought progenitor star was identified in an image captured by Hubble in 2007