The drama and intrigue caused by HP's announcement that it was taking action against former Autonomy management over alleged accounting improprieties shows no sign of abating as V3 readers lap up the latest in the saga.
Last week Mike Lynch renewed his public war of words with continued claims of a lack of evidence being cited by the tech giant, which had used its annual 10-K filing to confirm investigations by US federal agencies were underway.
The scandals around HP mean that chief executive Meg Whitman has her worked cut out for the year ahead, according to V3 contributor Gareth Morgan, in a widely read opinion piece dissecting the firm's difficulties too.
Away from HP's issues and the headline news of the week was from Canonical, with its announcement it's planning to bring its Ubuntu operating system to smartphones, although analysts said the firm would face a tough task to unseat Apple and Android.
Finally, security reared its head as ever with Microsoft forced to rush out a fix for Internet Explorer, while a UK developer came second in a major security competition in the US, giving hope to the government's desire to create a new breed of skilled cyber warriors.
HP and Mike Lynch renew war of words over Autonomy scandal
Former chief again calls for evidence to back up US giant's book cooking claims
The year 2013 promises to be make or break for Whitman' s HP
Hints that HP may sell off some units herald more changes at the ailing tech giant
Canonical brings Ubuntu to the smartphone
Linux-based OS gets touchscreen support, can be installed on existing handsets
Microsoft rushes out IE fix for watering hole exploit
Vulnerability in older browsers being used to attack users via compromised websites
Oracle plans for self-service BI and mobile analytics tools for 2013
We talk to Oracle's Nick Whitehead after the firm's success as Best Business Intelligence Vendor 2012 at the V3 Awards
Top 10 technology predictions for 2013
V3 dusts off its crystal ball and peers into the future
Apple' s Do Not Disturb glitch to persist until next week
Firm forced to deal with another software blunder
Ubuntu faces tough task to tackle Apple and Android smartphone dominance
Canonical will need more than technical excellence to succeed in the fiercely competitive mobile market
The year in security: Cybercrooks go head to head with state-sponsored hackers
Security experts warn of evolution in cyber criminals' techniques
UK software developer comes second in US government cyber security challenge
Chris Doman, 26 years old, beats professional security experts in a worldwide cyber crime challenge
Dr Kuan Hon criticises GDPR consent emails that will only eviscerate marketing databases and 'media misinformation'
Apple squashes Steam Link app on 'business conflicts' grounds
Philip Hammond wants to forget rules that the UK agreed with the EU to ban non-European companies from the satellites
Instapaper to 'go dark' in Europe until it can work out GDPR compliance