V3's review of Apple's latest operating system, Mac OS X Lion, beat all-comers to prove our most popular article of the week, while our top 10 Twitter lists also garnered high levels of interest.
The much-hyped Lion got an impressive four stars from our reviewer, who rated the Auto-Save and Versions features as "genuine time-savers" for the busy professional user.
Also featuring in the top 10 was our story about the no-nonsense response of hacking groups LulzSec and Anonymous to FBI comments branding hacktivism "unacceptable".
V3 readers also flocked to catch up on Dell's latest server plans, the first anniversary of the OpenStack initiative and the 30th anniversary of MS-DOS, while our HP TouchPad review and news of web site attacks were also popular.
The top 10 this week was rounded out by several installments of V3's new guide on who to follow on Twitter, covering politicians, CIOs and technology executives.
Apple Mac OS X Lion review
We give our verdict on Apple's newest version of OS X
LulzSec and Anonymous dig heels in after FBI comments
Hacktivists won't be swayed after FBI brands their activities 'unacceptable'
Dell considering ARM-based servers
Customers interested, but the window of opportunity for ARM servers is narrowing
OpenStack aims for Linux model to challenge VMware in the cloud
Open source cloud platform reaches one-year milestone
MS-DOS turns 30 this week
The platform that powered the first PCs was developed three decades ago
Top 10 technology executives to follow on Twitter
The first in V3's guide to the top 100 tech tweeters
HP TouchPad review
We take a look at HP's new tablet and assess its usefulness
Web sites under attack 25,000 times per hour
Cyber gangs fire out automated attacks via botnets
Top 10 technology politicians to follow on Twitter
We continue our round-up of the top 100 tech-related feeds to follow on Twitter with 10 of the best from the murky world of politics
Top 10 CIOs to follow on Twitter
V3's guide to the top 100 tech tweeters
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Greenland crater one of the 25 largest impact craters on Earth
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