This week's top story with V3.co.uk readers was our rundown of the best Android phones, reflecting the unstoppable march of Google's mobile platform. But it was not all good news for the search firm, after complaints started flooding in about problems with the operating system's fonts.
Next up was the data breach at ACS:Law after a denial-of-service attack, and Virgin Media's self-proclaimed 'disruptive' Big Red Internet deal for businesses.
The news that handsets running Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 will arrive on 11 October was also popular, as was a LinkedIn malware outbreak and the latest attack by the Stuxnet worm.
In other news, several arrests have been made concerning the Zeus botnet, OpenOffice.org has declared an intention to break ties with Oracle, and RIM has unveiled its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC.
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facing legal action over data breach
Much-maligned law firm suffers hack resulting in sensitive information appearing online
unveils 'disruptive' Big Red Internet deal
Firm to offer 100Mbit/s and 1Gbit/s speeds to give businesses more capacity than they need
Phone 7 coming 11 October?
Rumour mill already working overtime
Cisco IronPort uncovers Zeus-based malicious spam threat
confirms Stuxnet worm hit nuclear plant
Employee PCs hit but power plant not disrupted, say sources
users complain of font size problems
Visually impaired users having difficulty reading text
Police cracks Zeus crime ring
Police Central e-crime Unit arrests 19 in dawn raids
to break away from Oracle
Open source community abandons Sun owner to launch LibreOffice
unveils BlackBerry PlayBook tablet PC
7in device runs embedded QNX operating system
Kicking Palantir off of AWS is among their demands, too
Rafaela Vasquez was watching The Voice at the time of the crash, new evidence shows
PUBG price slashed on Steam after selling more than 50 million copies - as daily player numbers plunge
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