Calling the Facebook CEO (and new owner of WhatsApp) an “American Zionist,” an Iranian censor blocks the popular messaging app.
Government-sanctioned site aims to promote Iranian culture, Iran's state TV says.
Gmail is back online for Iranian citizens, but the government aims to make sure YouTube stays off limits.
Last week, German tech site macerkopf.de stated that sources close to the development of iOS 5.0.2 claimed the update was coming this week to address battery performance issues that have been plaguing several iPhone 4S users since its release. Today, the site claims that the update will be delayed because of memory leaks in the code.
Iranian government says it is the target of ongoing cyberattacks. First it was Stuxnet, and now it's malware known as "Stars."
Speculation abounds about the worm, ostensibly designed to disrupt power grids and other such industrial facilities. Was it, in fact, aimed at Iran's nuclear industry? And if so, who's behind it? The U.S.? Israel? What's known and what's not? CNET takes a look.