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.
In a string of attacks today, members of the digital activist group Anonymous apparently hacked into the Web site of defense lawyers for a U.S. Marine accused of leading a civilian massacre in Iraq, and have reportedly acquired e-mails exchanged by attorneys in the case.
Scientists hope to catch up with the great demand for treatments of battlefield limb injuries.
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.
Despite stern warnings from U.S. military and government officials, site releases a massive trove of secret documents from the Iraq war to the media.
The apparent security breach arose because the UAVs do not use encryption in the final link to their operators on the ground.
Anti-secrecy activists release video showing Reuters journalists being shot by Apache gunship, which may call into question the U.S. military's official account.
Rep. Peter Hoekstra tweets upon landing in Baghdad with a congressional delegation, and we wonder: is somebody available to revoke his BlackBerry privileges ?
The controversial tilt-rotor aircraft has defied its critics with its performance to date in its harsh new landscape.
The U.S. military and Iraqi government have logged thousands of fingerprints and iris scans, but the systems are a long way from being fully up-to-date.