The top news stories on V3 this week were dominated by the aftermath of the phone hacking scandal which has engulfed News International, as well as the latest smartphone developments and more malware woes.
Most popular was our report that Jonnie Marbles, the man who attacked Rupert Murdoch with a foam pie during a parliamentary select committee, had announced his intention prior to doing so via Twitter.
V3 readers were also keen on our News International inspired top 10 list of resignations we'd like to see in the technology world, and our breaking story that LulzSec was set to release a dump of emails it obtained after hacking the media giant.
As always, smartphone news also featured strongly in the top 10, including Stephen Elop's claims that Nokia's Windows Phone handsets will challenge Android and iOS once Microsoft launches Windows 8.
Other smartphone content included our BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7 head-to-head, and news that HTC could face a US import ban after a court ruling in favour of Apple in a patent dispute.
Finally, Google has been hitting the headlines again, warning users of a malware epidemic which has infected two million machines already, and fixing a major flaw in its URL removal tool.
Rupert Murdoch pie attacker Jonnie Marbles pre-announced move on Twitter
Self-styled comedian launches attack outside phone hacking inquiry and is promptly arrested
BlackBerry vs Windows Phone 7 head-to-head
We put RIM's platform up against Microsoft's revamped mobile OS to see which is better for business users
Google warns new malware epidemic has infected two million PCs
Hundreds of thousands already notified via Google search pages
Top 10 resignations we'd like to see in the technology world
News Corporation isn't the only company with dead weight
LulzSec set to release hacked News of the World and Sun emails
Tweets reveal more discomfort is on its way for News International
HTC facing US import ban after Apple patent infringement decision
Taiwanese handset maker infringed two Apple patents with its Android-based technology
Over 100 arrested as US and Romanian police swoop on internet fraudsters
Auction scams may have cost consumers $20m
Google fixes major flaw in URL removal tool
Company also set to 'wind down' Google Labs
Windows 8 launch to help Nokia battle Android in smartphone wars
Nokia will drive down the price of Windows Phone devices to regain initiative, says Stephen Elop
US military admits to biggest ever data breach after March hacking attack
Attacks coming from nation states, not hacking groups, says Department of Defense
Dust storm on Titan only the third Solar System body where such storms have been observed
New technique could enable quantum computers to scale-up to millions of qubits
Systrom and Krieger taking time off "to explore our curiosity and creativity"
Comcast's £29.7bn winning bid more than twice the £13.7bn Rupert Murdoch valued Sky at just eight years ago