Booting Up: The Syrian Electronic Army Disrupted Access to Twitter and the New York Times Yesterday

RIP. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons,by ScaredPoed)

RIP. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons,by ScaredPoed)

The Syrian Electronic Army had a busy day yesterday. It claimed it took control of Twitter and the New York Times‘ domains and made it impossible for some users to access the sites. [CNet]

Groupon is eying a network of warehouses as the daily deals website tries to take on Amazon. [WSJ]

“BlackBerry, as BlackBerry users know it, is finished.” [BuzzFeed]

Thousands signed a petition to retain Uber service in Dallas in response to the city council’s proposed regulation that would make the on-demand car service impossible to operate. [Fox 4 News]

So, this is happening! The Smithsonian has acquired an app’s code for a design collection. [The Verge]