Legal issues were clearly top of V3.co.uk readers' minds this week, no doubt owing to the continued fallout from Ryan Giggs's super-injunction and his attempts to sue Twitter.
The micro-blogging site was in the headlines for other reasons this week, after a South Tyneside council paid £75,000 in legal fees to force the company to pass on the details of an anonymous poster accused of defamation.
Samsung, meanwhile, made bold demands of Apple, asking to see designs for its iPhone 5 and iPad 3 prototypes as the two leading firms in the smartphone and tablet spaces continued to trade blows over alleged patent and design infringements.
Apple, though, was busy announcing that it will unveil the iOS 5 and iCloud platforms on 6 June, while RIM confirmed that the BlackBerry Bold Torch will have a new operating system and NFC capabilities.
The HTC Sensation also got a thorough going over by our reviewer, ending up with a solid four-star rating.
Major security issues cropped up after servers at aviation firm Lockheed Martin were hit by what looked like the same criminals that infiltrated RSA's systems earlier in the year.
Also on the security front, the government announced the launch of a cyber offensive to prevent attacks on the nation's digital infrastructure.
Satellite broadband remained on the agenda, after Eutelsat promised speeds of 50Mbit/s for the first time, something the government may be interested to hear as it works to close the digital divide.
Samsung asks to see Apple iPhone 5 and iPad 3 prototypes
Samples of future Apple devices will help build infringement defence, says Korean manufacturer
RIM confirms BlackBerry Bold Touch with NFC and revamped OS
BlackBerry 7 OS Beta SDK now available to download
South Tyneside Council spends up to £75,000 to get Twitter user details
Local authority takes case to US courts to expose identity of 'Mr Monkey'
Eutelsat to offer 50Mbit/s satellite broadband for firms across the UK
Satellite service enables high-speed internet access even in rural areas
Experts suggest Lockheed hack attack down to RSA thieves
Company shuts down remote access and reissues SecureID tokens
UK to launch cyber offence strategy to prevent attacks
Government will reveal its full cyber security programme later this year, says MoD
HTC Sensation review
HTC's flagship phone has a lot to offer all users, although it has few advantages for businesses over other Android handsets
Lockheed Martin hacking highlights the failings of security monoculture
RSA may have been a victim of its own success
Huawei Vision high-end Android smartphone coming to UK this year
Windows Phone and cloud-based handsets on the horizon, manufacturer says
Apple to take wraps off iOS 5 and iCloud service on 6 June
Steve Jobs to attend WWDC in San Francisco next week
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