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Iran's minister of communications and information technology says Iranians are turning off their iPhone mobile phones as many applications originally developed in the country no longer work on the devices.
The suspicious votes cast in favour of an Iranian quiz show in a public opinion poll have been declared null and void, putting a widely watched sports program on top of the list of popular broadcasts again.
Reports indicate that Iranian users of iOS -- a mobile operating system created by Apple Inc. -- have been unable to access the installed applications originating in Iran, fueling speculation of yet another hostile move by the American tech giant targeting the Iranian users of its gear.
They say every dream begins with a dreamer. But dreams cannot be realized through miracles and magic. They take hard work, determination, and lots of sweat. This is the current state of Iran. What started as a dream in the summer of 2018 seems to have become a reality as the country just unveiled a state-backed cryptocurrency.
President of Iran's Space Research Centre Hossein Samimi says the Islamic Republic has established a new system to send space cargos to the orbit.
The head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organisation (ICHTO) says Iran seeks to use the activities of youths and their startups in the field of tourism to promote its tourism industry in the country.
Iran has been elected to the ITU Council, the governing body of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), with a vote higher than those of some leading members l0ike Russia, South Africa and Poland.
Apple’s latest flagship iPhone series, XR and XS, have been put up for pre-order in Iran, but the prices are so astronomical that only the super rich can afford them!
Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi says his ministry has not issued any permission for blocking satellite signals, and is installing equipment in cities to show people which areas are influenced by jamming.
Six Iranian ministers as well as two lawmakers, all of whom are members of the council in charge of filtering, have called for removing the 9-year ban on people’s access to Twitter.