Morning roundup: pick of the comment, December 13 2010

WikiLeaks backlash: The first global cyber war has begun, claim hackers (The Guardian)
As Julian Assange is held in solitary confinement at Wandsworth prison, the anonymous community of hacktivists takes to the cyber battlefields.

The Wikileaks story is a classic disgruntled employee one (CBR Rolling Blog)
The Wikileaks saga, which seems to have a daily twist and which now brings us a whole range of denial of service and legitimacy of hosting stories as well as the core political story, is purely and simply a case of inadequate internal information security, says Gary Flood

How SAP River compares to Heroku – No cowbell included (ReadWriteWeb)
A group of bloggers sat at a long table eating lunch at the Marriott Santa Clara, listening to SAP’s Vishal Sikka. He commented on Heroku and compared it to SAP’s River, built on the "edge" of its Business by Demand platform.

The truth about Google’s Nexus S: It’s nothing special (Business Insider)
We’ve had a chance to play with the new Google Android-powered Samsung Nexus S. It’s a nice phone, but it’s nothing special. And given its weak distribution, it’s no threat to Apple or the iPhone.

Almost three quarters of Britons update social networks from bed (The Telegraph)
Web-obsessed Britons spend an average of 16 minutes surfing their social networks while laying in bed, a study shows.

Type: White Paper


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