This week's most popular article has been our look at the top 10 bad guys of the technology world, with entries ranging from Steve Jobs to SCO, and a few surprises thrown in. We've also had some novel readers' nominations for additions to the list, so be sure to read through the comments at the end of the article, and we'd love to hear more of your suggestions.
Research In Motion launched its BlackBerry App World application store this week, letting BlackBerry users get their hands on a broad array of free and paid-for apps - $2.99 for a create-your-own Paper Airplane game, anyone?
Elsewhere, HP is evaluating Google's Android operating system for possible use in some of its PCs and mobile devices, while Skype joined the iPhone party with the launch of an application for the popular Apple smartphone.
10 IT villains
Technology industry players we love to hate
opens doors on BlackBerry App World
Available applications to include a Skype client for BlackBerry handsets
considering Google Android for PC use
Vendor confirms reports, but declines to give details
set for Apple iPhone launch
Deal promises free calls between iPhone-owning Skype users
Chinese cyber hack revealed
Reports claim over 1,000 computers were hacked
slip-up reveals Windows 7 date
Accidental posting pegs May for Release Candidate
to turn five with major new feature?
Popular webmail service could get upgrade on fifth birthday this week
threat fails to materialise
Botnet 'deadline' passes without incident, as expected
Wales confirms demise of Wikia Search
Founder kills off search engine project after disappointing uptake
rolls out Windows Embedded Server
Management tool will use software-plus-services model
So-called ghost galaxies aren't necessarily small but can be difficult to detect due to their very low star power
Ironically, solar panels installed in the colder north are the most affected by hot spots
The Mars Opportunity rover captured the images on its 5,000th day on the Red Planet
The galaxy is losing its hydrogen and the ability to form new stars