Here's our weekend roundup of defense technology developments that we didn't get to write about last week:
Libyan rebels are using Twitter to give NATO information on Gadhafi's troop movements. We've all seen how the micro-blogging platform has been great at organizing protests but now it's even helping to organize close air support. Wild. Still, NATO officials are quick to point out that it takes a lot more than a simple tweet to get clearance for an airstrike.
In the wake of a very active week or so of cyber attacks, Scientific American has published this great article discussing how the cyber attack attribution -- detecting where an attack is coming from quickly -- is still an elusive target despite being the "holy grail" of defensive cyber warfare for years now.
Speaking of Libya, check out these Reuters images of the rebels taking RPGs from an camoflaged armored personnel carrier that was abandoned intact by Gadhafi's force outside the town of Zlitan.
Watch this video of Boeing's new version of the Little Bird attack/recon helo performing a private airshow in the Arizona desert. Man, I really need to reconnect with my friends at Boeing.