Webwire: UK hits Al Qaeda with cake; US warns of cyber war

British intelligence agencies last week hacked into an online magazine published by Al Qaeda and replaced instructions on how to make a bomb with code from a web page full of cupcake recipes.
 
The US is prepared to respond with force against cyber attacks it considers acts of war, defense secretary Robert Gates says.
 
LG Electronics’ chief Koo Bon Joon says the firm is unlikely to record a profit in the current quarter, despite analyst predictions it would.
 
Android tablets will soon become more popular than the iPad in the same way Android smartphones overtook the iPhone, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen predicts.        
 
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has lauded Australia's NBN project, but expressed disappointment at his belief that the US will never follow suit with its own national high speed network.
 
Japanese games firm Nintendo says no personal or company information was lost in a recent hack attack by the group that took down Sony’s PlayStation network in April.

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