Late News: Anonymous Mulls Vengeance Day, Facebook Likes Spotify, Samsung Wave 578 Lands in UK

Hacker collective Anonymous has declared that it plans to avenge the execution of Troy Davis with a cyber attack on noon, September 24th. According to a tweet by Anonymous' affiliate People's Liberation Front 2012, the group is going to target the Atlanta Police Department in the cyber attack.

Online news site and digital media startup Business Insider has announced that its new round of funding campaign brought the company a hefty sum of $7 million. According to a revelation made by the founder of the site, Henry Blodget, this recent fund raising campaign was led by the company’s new investor IVP (Institutional Venture Partners).

Facebook users will be able to stream music via Spotify on the social networking platform, the company announced. The social networking giant revealed during its f8 developer conference that the platform will be getting a series of music and video sharing apps, allowing users to view media on the platform easier than even before.

Windows maker Microsoft Corp. announced on Thursday that it has successfully concluded the civil case against the Rustock botnet operators - almost six months after the infamous botnet attack - one of the worsts in the IT history, was finally mitigated.

Technology giant from South Korea, Samsung Electronics has unveiled its brand new Samsung Wave 578 to woo those UK consumers who have been eagerly waiting to experience the wonders that the NFC (Near Field Communication) technology has on offer.