Witnesses describe the unauthorized rally in Tehran Sunday that was ultimately broken up by police and militia.
Small, no-frills device is the point-and-shoot of video cameras.
Web and social media are helping protesters, but government censors are catching up.
They want the story of their homeland told, but they worry about reprisals against relatives in Iran, as well as from pro-regime groups here in the US.
New website rolls pictures, stories, even YouTube clips into customized slideshows.
The government's tight control of the Internet has spawned a generation adept at circumventing cyber roadblocks, making the country ripe for a technology–driven protest movement.