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The head of the Iranian National Cyberspace Centre says permission has been issued to hold dialogue with Google, Instagram and Whatsapp over their adherence to the Iranian regulations.
The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) will soon unveil a project whereby customers will use their mobile phones for shopping at stores instead of making payments via POS machines.
Highest-ranking diplomats from Iran and Russia signed an information security agreement that entails closer interaction between Tehran and Moscow in cyber-security activities.
Iran is to carry out the third experiment on the safe quantum transmission of photons from the International Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) to the Milad Tower, a landmark in the capital, Tehran.
The Iranian Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) says its cyber-security division has detected and foiled more than 412 cyberattacks over the past year.
While millions of Iranian students do not go to schools and attend their classes remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic, a huge number of kids in the remote areas have to travel along hard paths to find a place where there is celluar coverage.
For the first time in Iran, a prison in the southern city of Bandar Abbas has made it possible for inmates to contact their families and loved ones online.
A senior Iranian official says the idea of an “innovative city” can help tap into the existing potentialities to further boost innovative practices.
An Iranian official has assured the domestic and foreign digital platforms that they are allowed to provide services in the Iranian National Information Network without restrictions as long as they abide by the Islamic Republic's regulations and do not pose a threat to the country.
Researchers and experts at an Iranian knowledge-based company have managed to produce seven practical products in the domain of communications and information technology.
Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri has called for plans to develop the infrastructures for digital economy in the country, highlighting the role that the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology plays in working towards that goal.
While the coronavirus pandemic has shut down schools for weeks and has forced people to stay home to prevent the spread of the disease, the Iranian Ministry of Education has launched a homegrown mobile application, dubbed SHAD (HAPPY), providing students with distance learning programs.
Famous Iranian director Ebrahim Hatamikia has decided to premier his long-awaited film “Exodus” through Video-On-Demand system as all cinemas are closed over the spread of coronavirus.
Iran’s Information and Communications Technology minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi has ordered mobile operators in the country to give 20 gigabytes of free internet to teachers who are teaching students online amid the spread of the coronavirus.
Arrangements have now been made to make it possible for Iranians to have a virtual tour of museums in the capital, Tehran, which are closed over the outbreak of Coronavirus.
Iran’s minister of information and communications technology says the country’s Internet Service Providers will provide their clients with 100 Gigabytes of internet in the face of the novel Coronavirus outbreak in the country.
Senior officials from Iran and Turkey have agreed to promote cooperation between the two neighbours in the field of new technologies, particularly the artificial intelligence.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has visited the pavilions of Iranian exhibitors at the Bakutel, an international telecommunications show in Baku.
An Iranian company has produced more than 100 products in the field of communications and information technology, making the country self-sufficient in various areas.