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On today's show, it appears that the person who caused Apple's stock to drop like a stone on reports of a Steve Jobs heart attack was just "doing it for the lulz."
Australian Federal Police arrest man who reportedly called himself the leader of the hacking group, which has been the target of recent prosecution after a brief hacking run in 2011.
Intelligence agency's public site inaccessible after the hacking group tweeted that it had taken the site down.
Fast-food giant's home page was altered to appear the account had been sold to McDonald's "because the whopper flopped."
A series of tweets claim that Anonymous has hacked Stratfor's e-mail and client list, including snagging credit card numbers. Stratfor's site is "undergoing maintenance."
The Australian Federal Police has arrested a 24-year-old man who claims to be the leader of LulzSec.
The young hacker, who's real name is Jake Davis, opens up about his time in the cyberattack collective.
Ryan Ackroyd, Jake Davis, and Mustafa al-Bassam all admit to plotting to hack Sony, 20th Century Fox, Nintendo, and other organizations in 2011.
A no-holds-barred hands-on with the new flagship Galaxy phone has emerged -- and if this is the real thing, it looks absolutely ginormous.
The hacking group broke into the Senate's Web site over the weekend, prompting the government to order a security review.