Facebook is being used to sell weapons in the Middle East
Facebook Groups in Libya, Syria, Iraq and more are being used to negotiate sales.
How seismographs can track battlefield bombings
A sensor array that kept tabs on Iran's nuke tests also documented a decade of war.
America's drone strike program needs a low-tech fix
The drone program was supposed to be a "scalpel" that could cleanly excise terrorists with minimal collateral damage. What we got was mosquito hunting with a shotgun.
Pentagon confirms Iraq drone crash that surfaced online
The images of a crashed drone in the middle of an Iraqi desert started circulating online on Monday, prompting the Pentagon to admit that yes, the military owns it and is working to bring it back to its base.
Snowden documents reveal how the NSA searches voice calls
The Intercept has released a new document from Edward Snowden's cache of government files describing...
Iraq blocks Twitter, Google, YouTube and Facebook in effort to stifle insurgency
The Iraqi government has essentially shut off all social networking in the country in an effort to...
Microsoft lands an official software outlet in Iraq
Believe it or not, there hasn't been an official distributor for Microsoft software in Iraq in the...
Web Marketplace for Windows Phone gets 22 more stamps in its passport
If you've been holed up in Thailand, waiting to browse the latest and greatest apps for your Windo...
Iraq war veteran's iPod found 6,000 miles away, returned to him
You always hear about a lost cat or a dog traveling hundreds of miles to find its owner. Here's a...