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Why Google should move to Baghdad

New research from Pew suggests that 50 percent of Americans want to move elsewhere. As California is clearly facing ruin, we should be looking for a better home for Google and the Silicon Valley titans.

By Jan. 30, 2009


A virtual trip to Baghdad

This Web site and companion storefront travel agency take you to Iraq for free.

By Dec. 12, 2007


Iraq 2.0: Twitter, Google and YouTube head for Baghdad

Execs from Twitter, YouTube, Google and WordPress are in Baghdad to discuss how new media can help rebuild war-torn Iraq

By Apr. 22, 2009


Whatever happened to Bradley Manning? Soon we'll know

A military judge refuses to dismiss charges against the alleged Wikileaks whistle blower who recently marked his 1,000th day in confinement.

By Feb. 26, 2013


Microsoft to start selling its products in Iraq

The software giant has chosen a Baghdad-based company to act as its official distributor in a country hit by years of war and U.N. sanctions.

By May. 29, 2012


Iraqi journalist killed at home

On Friday, Ali Shafeya Al-Moussawi, a special correspondent for Alive in Baghdad was found dead in his home. He was born December 16, 1984 and was discovered by his cousin following a raid on his street by the Iraqi National Guard. According to a recent p

By Dec. 16, 2007


Hacking is NSA's 'growth area,' Times says in agency profile

Drawing on thousands of leaked documents, The New York Times and the UK's Guardian offer up lengthy looks at the beleaguered spy agency.

By Nov. 2, 2013


Congressman twitters secret trip to Iraq

Rep. Peter Hoekstra tweets upon landing in Baghdad with a congressional delegation, and we wonder: is somebody available to revoke his BlackBerry privileges ?

By Feb. 6, 2009


Hacker turns in soldier in Iraq airstrike video leak

While sympathetic, former "homeless hacker" Adrian Lamo says the Army intelligence analyst who confided in him crossed the line by exposing compromising data on U.S. foreign policy.

By Jun. 7, 2010


Kobe plays shooting guard in new Call Of Duty ad

The launch ad for "Call of Duty: Black Ops" sees people in their everyday clothes shooting people with everyday guns. Among them are Kobe Bryant and Jimmy Kimmel.

By Nov. 5, 2010