The big hit with V3.co.uk readers this week was our rundown of the worst Microsoft products of all time, but the software giant also made the top 10 with the news of a further 800 redundancies. Let's just hope that Microsoft read our article on its historic mistakes, and has got rid of the right 800 workers.
Security news was popular this week, particularly a serious USB stick flaw that could threaten sensitive information, and a new report from McAfee warning of a dramatic increase in threats.
Readers were also keen to hear of a Twitter-only mobile device, and the imminent arrival of the much-anticipated HTC HD2 handset.
There was potentially bad news for illegal file sharers, however, after the EU sanctioned a 'three strikes' rule that could mean web blackouts for persistent offenders. Also popular was an article by one of our US correspondents suggesting that the closure of The Pirate Bay could be the inspiration behind a series of attacks on government web sites.
And finally - readers were intrigued to hear of Google's plans for its Voice service, and to read our review of the brand new Apple iMac.
10 worst Microsoft products of all time
Historic mistakes from Redmond's workshops
stick security flaw puts data at risk
Security firm warns of imminent threat to sensitive information
launches Twitter-only handset
Device offers on-the-go tweeting - and nothing else
makes fresh round of job cuts
800 more workers dropped as layoff campaign comes to a close
Bay shutdown could be inspiring online militancy
Recent Swedish attacks raise worrying possibility
sanctions three strikes rule for illegal file sharers
Conciliation delegation agrees final details on Telecom Reform Package
HD2 handset due in the UK this week
Big-screen phone with Windows Mobile 6.5 coming to T-Mobile
Leaked PDF reveals search giant's plans
McAfee report paints grim picture
Companies under concerted attack from all sides
Apple iMac (late 2009 edition)
Apple gives the iMac a makeover and finally adds quad-core processors
Comcast's £29.7bn winning bid more than twice the £13.7bn Rupert Murdoch valued Sky at just eight years ago
A nuclear strike has been considered, but Bruce Willis is nowhere in sight
Spray-on antenna could enable seamless integration of antennas with everyday objects
Parker Solar Probe, TESS and GOLD missions will deliver exciting data, claims NASA