The Iranian suspicion of Western mapping systems is getting a little silly.
US president Barack Obama has promised to increase spending to protect US computer networks from internet based attacks.
The US Navy is going to deploy its first on ship laser next year and has been showing one in action on YouTube.
A company that runs a VPN service for Iranian customers said that attempts by the government to block the service over the weekend have failed.
Iran tried to block VPN ports all over the country to stop citizens seeing banned sites like Facebook and Skype.
But the owner of a Brazilian VPN says that it has been unaffected.
The Stuxnet worm, used to attack nuclear reprocessing plants in Iran, was targeting the country as early as 2005, say reseqarchers at security firm Symantec.
Iran's successfully given a live monkey a round trip into space, the country's Al-Alam television channel reports.
The wave of cyberattacks that hit US banks in September was the work of Iran, according to a US government official.
China's Huawei - the world's second largest telecoms firm, but certainly not its most trusted - has been accused of involvement in a plan to sell equipment to Iran.
Following blocks on YouTube earlier this year, Iran has launched its own video sharing alternative offering only 'appropriate' content.
Suspected Iranian hackers have targeted a number of US banks and financial institutions over the past few weeks in a sustained digital offensive.
Iran has lifted its block on Google services, imposed last week, but says it's planning extra censorship of YouTube.
Iran is in the process of blocking access to Google search, Gmail and YouTube, saying it plans to introduce its own 'domestic internet'.
Blizzard has cut off access to World of Warcraft in Iran, citing US trade sanctions.
A top Iranian official has denied that its controversial nuclear program was targeted by yet another cyber attack.
A high-ranking Iranian minister says his country is bracing for more damaging cyber attacks by the United States, Israel and Britain.
The Flame virus discovered last week targeting computers in Iran has been ordered to self-destruct, leaving no trace - and no indication of who created it.
The Obama administration reportedly ordered "increasingly sophisticated" cyber attacks against Iranian networks linked to nuclear enrichment facilities.
The Iranian government says it has a removal tool for the Flame malware targeting the country's oil industry, and says it will give it to any Iranian organization that's been affected.
Researchers have discovered what they say is the most sophisticated malware ever discovered running rampant in the Middle East.
An enigmatic virus has reportedly infected various computer networks administering key aspects of Iran's lucrative oil sector.