The V3 Hot Seat has been going strong now for over six months and continues to attract the great and the good of the IT world including the likes of the chief executive of Bletchley Park, Trend Micro's Rik Ferguson and Canonical chief executive Jane Silber
As such the fact our interview with UK chief executive Duncan Tait was the most read of the week underlines the interest among readers in hearing what those at the top of the IT world think of the market.
Elsewhere Samsung was in the headlines again, with our interactive guide of the new Galaxy Note 2 super-sized smartphone well read as users flocked to see the key features in the device.
Samsung fans were also no doubt pleased that a challenge from rival Apple in the UK courts over a case relating to design patent was rejected.
Elsewhere, with the official release of Windows 8 just a few days away our hands-on review of the Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 laptop/tablet hybrid was eagerly read, as those interested in Microsoft's revolutionary new platform clamour to learn more about.
Lastly, it's only right that having jumped out of a balloon 23 miles above earth and reaching speeds of over 800 miles per hour that Felix Baumgartner achieved a place in our top 10 for the week. What a guy.
The V3 Hot Seat: Fujitsu UK chief executive Duncan Tait
Tait on the customer service lessons he accrued from his first job in a newsagents, his love for motorbikes and of course his fondness of everything Fujitsu
Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Interactive guide
Explore the features of Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 smartphone with our interactive picture guide
Apple loses UK high court design appeal against Samsung
Apology adverts must be placed in newspapers, magazines and on Apple's website, judges order
Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 laptop/tablet hybrid hands-on review
We test out one of the many Windows 8 devices set to hit the market
Pirate Bay ascends to the cloud to escape authorities
File-sharing website moves its operations to virtual machines in the cloud
George Osborne cites Facebook office move as another boost to London tech scene
Chancellor claims opening of office "vindicates" moves to make London top tech centre
Felix Baumgartner breaks sounds barrier and scientific boundaries
YouTube record also smashed after eight million views
Acer unveils Iconia W700P and W510P Windows 8 tablets
Devices designed for business use, claims gadget maker
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon review
The super-thin X1 Carbon offers the features of a ThinkPad in an ultrabook format
Raspberry Pi gets memory upgrade to 512MB at no extra cost
Model B version of the £22 ARM-based device now shipping with 512MB memory
And, yep, it'll run Android rather than RiscOS
US engineering giant's cost-cutting outsourcing plan is on the rocks, according to insiders
HP Envy X2 laptop only affordable if you've got loadsamoney
Counterfeit code-signing certificates enabling hackers to hide malware being sold by cyber criminals
Certificates can be used as part of layered obfuscation to evade detection by anti-virus software