Late News: LulzSec’s Teenage Member Arrested, Apple AirPort Extreme, 10 Million Users For Foursquare

A teenager suspected to be the head of the infamous hacker group LulzSec has been arrested during a house raid in Wickford, Essex. According to ZDNet LulzSec’s 19 year old suspected leader was arrested under an intelligence-led joint operation between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Scotland Yard.

Cisco announced at the recent Enterprise 2.0 summit that it had decided to offer its Quad enterprise social software as a hosted and managed service. Update to the service, i.e. Quad 2.5 was also announced during the summit. Cisco plans to launch this service with the help of ACS and Capgemini. It is believed that Companies with more than 1,000 employees will benefit more from the hosted Quad service.

The man sacked by PR agency, The Redner Group has spoken out about how one ill-advised Tweet lost him the Duke Nukem Forever account and possibly much more. Jim Redner spoke out as a guest columnist on Wired's web site and explained his unfortunate and expensive outburst. His fatal message of Twitter read: "too many went too far with their reviews... we r reviewing who gets games next time and who doesn't based on today's venom"

Rumours are doing rounds that Apple is planning to come up with the new version of AirPort Extreme Base Station. The rumours accelerated when a new test report was posted by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) today on the new version of Apple’s wireless hardware. The new device, dubbed model A1408 is a 3x3 wireless access point, operational on both the 5.8 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands.

Social networking start-up Foursquare announced that it had reached a new milestone of having over 10 million active users. The location based social networking service which started in New York City with just two employees and a few dozen users, has now managed to register its presence across the Americas, Asia, Europe and in Australia with ten million users and over 70 employees.