Tripoli Was Brought Down By a Caterer With a Bunch of Flash Drives

In reporting on the Fall of Tripoli, Reuters tells the inside story of Abdel Majid Mlegta, a caterer who supplied the victuals for Gaddafi's regime. Putting key inside information on a series of memory sticks, this man was instrumental in bringing Gaddafi down. » 9/06/11 1:20pm 9/06/11 1:20pm

The Tech That Took Out Gadhafi

With rebel forces in Tripoli and Moammar Gadhafi on the run, the end could be near for the Libyan civil war. Sporadic fighting continues in the capital city of the oil-rich North African nation, NATO warplanes are still patrolling overhead, and there's always the danger of Gadhafi true-believers launching a fresh… » 8/27/11 1:00pm 8/27/11 1:00pm

Google Legitimizes Libya's New Government on Google Maps

As Muammar Gaddafi's 42-year reign comes to an end, Google Maps has followed the rebellion's lead by renaming Green Square, Tripoli back to its pre-Gaddafi name. The former seat of the regime now goes by Martyr's Square. This is change. » 8/22/11 3:40pm 8/22/11 3:40pm