Megaupload has been at eye of a file-sharing storm, after US law enforcement shuttered the site and had its owners arrested. The latest twists and turns have revealed that police may have used the wrong warrants when seizing properties. Whatever one thinks of the controversial founder, Kim Dotcom, he looks likely to be making the headlines for months to come.
Meanwhile, interest in mobile gadgets remains at fever pitch. Whether it is overheating iPads or details of the lastest update for Samsung's Galaxy range, mobile stories continue to attract the eyeballs of V3's discerning readers. They also flocked to pore over the details of our in-depth review of the new iPad.
Other mobile stories making waves were the news that Symbian's demise is all but complete. There are now more phones sold that feature Microsoft Phone than Symbian.
The news wasn't all good for Microsoft, however. For the first time ever, the number of people using Chrome to browse the web surpassed those using Microsoft's Internet Explorer. It may have been a short-lived phenomenon - lasting a measly day - but readers were keen to get the lowdown on this landmark event.
Police blunder could see Megaupload founder's $200m fortune returned
New Zealand police made procedural errors when seizing property
Samsung Galaxy Note Ice Cream Sandwich update confirmed
Premium Suite upgrade promises improved video and S Pen features too
Dell delivers one-stop cloud computing service based on OpenStack
Reference platform is based on Dell hardware and backed by Dell services and support
Apple users complain new iPad prone to overheating
Disgruntled owners take to forums to vent frustration
Apple new iPad review
V3 tests out the Retina display, AX5 processor and 5-megapixel camera
Nokia Lumia 800 helps Windows Phone 7 to outsell Symbian in UK
Microsoft's smartphone platform grows, but market still dominated by Android and Apple
Chrome topples Internet Explorer use with weekend surge
For one day Chrome became the world's most popular internet browser
LulzSec hacking return planned for April Fools' Day
Anonymous affiliates warn LulzSec has survived Sabu's arrest
Microsoft tries to lure Apple developers to Windows 8
Software giant reaches out to developers to build up ecosystem ahead of Windows 8 launch
Crowdsourcing helps Kaspersky crack Duqu code
Researchers identify obscure C dialect used to compile sophisticated command and control modules of industrial malware
Latest Tesla news: Tesla stock price tanks amid reports of 'widening probe' by SEC and claims the base Model 3 loses money
SEC 'probe' takes its toll on Tesla as new research suggests that Tesla loses $6,000 on every $35,000 Model 3
10nm Cannon Lake Core i3-8121U CPUs make a rare outing with Intel's NUC mini PC
'Notorious' Australian child hacker thought he had executed 'flawless' hack
The former employee says that Tesla fired him for bringing the accusations to management internally