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Iranian Scholar Encourages Universities and Schools to Use the Latest Technologies

Mojtaba Mohandespour, an Iranian scholar at Tehran University, says the new technologies can dramatically increase the quality of education. He believes that schools and universities should start taking advantage of the latest gadgets to achieve their educational goals. “As a matter of fact, the new gadgets and smart phones can significantly improve the educational methods in universities and schools,” Moha ...

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Mobile Services Should be Improved in Iran

Mahmoud Vaezi, Iran’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology, said on Saturday that the Iranian mobile operators need to improve the quality of their services. Irancell and Hamrah-e-Avval are currently the leading mobile operators in the country. “Unfortunately the Iranian mobile operators are not offering high quality services to subscribers. Citizens are extremely suffering from poor networ ...

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Iranian Ayatollahs Allow Rightel to Offer Video-Call Service

Rightel, the only 3G mobile operator of Iran, is currently banned from offering the video-call service to subscribers. The company was forced to suspend this on-demand service following a fatwa (religious decree) issued by Iranian Ayatollahs. Gholam Reza Ghasemi, the managing director of Rightel, announced on Saturday that Rightel will restart offering the video-call service by the end of this year. “We are ...

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Vardestani: Iran’s Technology Ministry Should Improve Communications Infrastructure

In recent years, many analysts have warned against the poor communications infrastructure of Iran. According to experts, Iran is not taking advantage of ‘valid’ structures in this regard. As the country is extremely suffering from sanctions, the government cannot import the necessary hard wares to improve the communications infrastructures. Ahmad Vardestani, an Iranian analyst, says the government must take ...

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Facebook Becomes More Popular in Iran despite Being Blocked

Facebook, the most popular social networking website in the world, played an important role in Iran’s 2009 election protests. In that time, Facebook was mainly utilized by Iranian demonstrators to organize protests against the ruling government. As a result, the Iranian government officially blocked the website at the same time. Although it is still blocked in Iran, a large number of Iranian Internet users ...

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Analysts: Apple’s Products to Dominate Iranian Markets

In recent years, Apple was banned from delivering its products to Iranian markets because of international embargoes on Iran’s economy. However, the U.S. government has recently revoked restrictions for Apple. The new order enables Apple to sell its products on Iranian markets directly. For a long time, Samsung was enjoying Iran’s technology markets. Subsequently the South Korean company has reduced its act ...

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Hamrah-e-Avval Set to Offer ‘Blue Line’ to Esteghlal Fans

The managing director of Mobile Telecommunication Company of Iran Vahid Sadoughi announced on Wednesday that Hamrah-e-Avval will start providing Blue Line service to Esteghlal fans by the end of August. Accordingly Esteghlal fans can take advantage of different types of services using Blue Line. “As the leading mobile network in Iran, MCI holds a great market share in the country. By offering the new genera ...

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Iranian ISPs to Start Offering Quality Web Hosting Services

According to the statistics released on July by Iran’s Ministry of Science and Technology, the number of websites hosted in local datacenters has increased significantly. Analysts say the huge demand for web hosting services in Iran can offer great opportunities to local IT companies. “Providing the necessary Internet bandwidth to local websites is the main problem of hosting websites and blogs in Iranian d ...

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Kamal Hadianfar Orders Iranian Banks to Resolve Security Holes

Head of the Information Production and Exchange Department of the Law Enforcement Police General Seyed Kamal Hadianfar says Iran’s Cyber Police have detected a large number of security holes in the websites of Iranian banks. “In recent months, we have managed to detect many critical security holes in the sites of Iranian banks. These vulnerabilities allow hackers to transfer moneys between accounts. Accordi ...

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.IR Domains Becoming More Popular in Iran

Iranians have registered more than 400,000 .IR domains according to the statistics released on July by IRNIC. There are reportedly more than 45 million Internet users in Iran. In recent years, many companies and individuals have started registering and utilizing .IR domain names for various purposes. Alireza Khaleghi, an Iranian analyst, believes there are several factors encouraging Iranians to use .IR dom ...

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