Most Viewed Articles from Technical Section of Washington Post

Interesting, but not surprising, that 3 of the top 10 most viewed articles in the Washington Post Technology section in this afternoon's Washington Post, are security related items.

1) Twitter Hack: Part Of Broader Iranian Strategy

Late last night the popular micro-messaging service Twitter was attacked and had its website defaced by a group calling itself the Iranian Cyber Army. The Twitter homepage and the main application service page were replaced with a bold pro-Iranian and anti-American message. The message was loud, and...

2) Holiday wishes aren't in the cards: Mailed greetings decline

It's the middle of December, and Peg Willingham wants to know: Where are all the Christmas cards?

3) Google Starts Pushing Chrome To All Mac Users On Its Homepage

As we all know by now, Google Chrome for Mac and Linux are now here , and despite the Mac version missing a few features at the moment, both are earning rave reviews around the web. Meanwhile,? a report a couple days ago from Net Applications suggested that the Mac and Linux builds helped push...

4) Etsy Buys Retail Product Ad Platform Adtuitive, Gains Five New Programmers

Handmade item marketplace and community website operator Etsy , which is backed by $31.6 million in venture capital funding, has acquired New York-based advertising startup Adtuitive for an undisclosed sum.

5) Intel sued by U.S. on antitrust grounds

The Obama administration sued chip giant Intel on Wednesday over a decade-long run of actions allegedly designed to stifle competition, opening a new front in the battle that big technology firms have been waging for years against antitrust challenges in Asia and Europe.

6) Rdio Launches iPhone App That You Can't Use Yet (Updated)

Rdio , the upcoming music streaming and download service backed by the founders of Skype, Kazaa and Joost, may not be taking public beta registrations just yet, but it already has a free iPhone application live on the App Store that you can download right now ( iTunes link ).

7) FCC proposes tapping phone subsidy to bring broadband to all

The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday unveiled a laundry list of proposals to meet a congressional mandate to give every U.S. home access to high-speed Internet service.

8) Google In Discussions To Acquire Yelp For A Half Billion Dollars Or More

Google and Yelp are in advanced acquisition negotiations, we've confirmed from multiple sources. And while the deal isn't done, we've heard that it's very likely to close. The price is supposedly at least $500 million.

9) Hackers steal SKorean-US military secrets

SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea's military said Friday it was investigating a hacking attack that netted secret defense plans with the United States and may have been carried out by North Korea.

10) House takes steps to boost cybersecurity

House leaders have asked the chamber's security officials to implement a new cybersecurity training regimen for aides and take additional measures to protect sensitive information from potential hackers.