Reports that Iranian electronic warfare experts may have succeeded in intercepting and capturing a sophisticated U.S. <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9222728/Iran_tricked_U.S._spy_drone_into_landing_in_country_report_says">spy drone</a> was received with some skepticism by security analysts.
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The U.S. RQ-170 Sentinel spy drone that was recently captured and displayed by Iranian authorities may have been tricked into landing in that country after being electronically ambushed.
NASA's newest robotic rover has already begun its work although it's only a few weeks into its eight-month-long journey to Mars.
The FBI has denied a request for the release of information regarding its use of Carrier IQ's software, saying that releasing the information could interfere with ongoing law enforcement operations.
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