A troubling development in the expected victory of President Ilham Aliyev comes when new technology confirmed the old guard's win before anyone had voted.
After telecom giant TeliaSonera allegedly allowed authoritarian governments to snoop on their citizens, Mozilla contemplates whether or not to issue it a new root certificate.
Access to movies via the iTunes store is now available at more nations across Europe, Africa, and other regions, says AppleInsider.
Trojan with references to Islam, Farsi language, and Israel-Iran conflict is found on hundreds of PCs in the Middle East.
It might have taken five years to discover, but a government-snooping spying campaign dubbed Red October has been exposed by Kaspersky Lab.
Nearly two dozen apps are removed after they're found to be charging premium SMS rates while posing as wallpaper or popular game apps.
According to research by social network Badoo, Miami enjoys the most flirtatious online activity in the U.S. New York comes in a mere fourth. Tied with Tampa.
The International Olympic Committee issues guidelines for athletes who wish to tweet during the 2012 games. At the heart of this potential disaster is the definition of "first-person diary-type" tweeting.
Pure announces its Internet radio products for the U.S., along with pricing and a street date of July 1.
World's worst-polluted areas span seven countries and affect the health of roughly 12 million people, says environmental group.