Militants from the Jihadist group ISIS are hijacking several World Cup hashtags on Twitter to spread their message, including a call to Westerners to join their ranks.
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Officials in Iraq have reportedly blocked access to all social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, in an attempt to hinder Jihadist militants who are slowly moving towards Baghdad.
Kaspersky has identified a virus they identify as 'Gauss', which has been found to be focused on disrupting Middle Eastern computer systems and banking. The virus' sinister origins are questioned.
Microsoft has announced it has hired an official distributor to sell its products in Iraq, marking the first time that the company will have an official presence in the war-torn country.
For the next year, Wafaa Bilal plans to document the world from a different perspective - specifically, from the back of his head. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Iraqi assistant professor in the photography...
Evidence gathered from computer systems to be used in war crime cases Forensic technology enlisted by the British Army to fight global terrorism could help find war criminals in the wake of...
The war in Iraq is testing the ability of many websites to cope with record numbers of visitors. Net users eager for news of the conflict are turning to the web to...
Toppling Saddam Hussein is in the war simulation game "Gulf War 2" is the easy part. Coping with what comes next is more difficult. In "Gulf War 2", players assume the...