Apple Richer Than US Government: World’s No.1 Smartphone Seller

Things are looking as good as ever for Apple, not only did they recently post record profits in their quarterly reports, they have also been dubbed the world's largest smartphone vendor by an analyst firm. The Cupertino based firm have been so profitable from sales of their products that they now … [Read more...]

CIA John, Bin Laden Tracker: Revealed on White House Flickr


Back in May the world first heard about the death of Osama Bin Laden and we told about immediate social media reactions, how the raid that found him was reported live on Twitter, Twitter stats about the death and much more. Today we have heard that C.I.A. John, a man integral to the hunt and … [Read more...]

WikiLeaks Activists and Twitter Data: Hearing set about dispute


If you are a regular reader here at OSM you’ll have noticed that we’ve been closely following the WikiLeaks saga including its founder Julian Assange’s fight against extradition to Sweden and also about WikiLeaks supporters hacking major company websites. … [Read more...]

WikiLeaks and Twitter: Four supporters’ accounts subpoenaed by US


We’ve been following the WikiLeaks saga for many months and of course covered the most recent round of leaks and the story of its founder Julian Assange’s fight not to be extradited to face questioning in Sweden over sex crime allegations. We also told readers about how organizations such as … [Read more...]

Apple App Store Put A Stop To “WikiLeaks” Software


For anyone who may have been watching the news over the last 2 or so weeks, will be aware of the controversial WikiLeaks scandal, in which illegal leaked classified information, such as private and top secret memos and documents have been placed on the internet for all and sundry to see. As well as … [Read more...]

Bank of America cuts ties with WikiLeaks


Here at OSM we’ve been covering all the news about the WikiLeaks Cyberwar and just a few of our recent posts included removeable media now being banned by the U.S. Military, European Amazon sites going down thought to be connected with pro-WikiLeaks hackers, and most recently the fact that Julian … [Read more...]

WikiLeaks: Removable media now banned by U.S. Military


We know how many of you are following all the news about WikiLeaks after the latest round of leaks and have posted many articles on this. Recent posts included telling how Facebook and also Twitter are still holding out against banning WikiLeaks despite pressure from the U.S. government which has … [Read more...]

Wikileaks website woes worsen: Now banned by PayPal

We’ve been bringing you news about Wikileaks, the whistle-blowing website for some time now and know that it’s a controversial subject. While some feel the site goes too far and threatens U.S. national security, others feel that it’s a good thing that many of the leaks so far should have … [Read more...]