The popular Russian maps app, Yandex.Maps has just received a massive update which further optimizes it for Windows 10 devices. Here are all of its features added to the new version: Use the app on any device with Windows 10: ... Read more
Windows 10 recently has been raising a number of flags for people due to privacy concerns that is leading to more and more paranoia. Recently, we reported on Ars Technica’s investigation of Windows 10 sending data even when information sharing ... Read more
Windows 10 is only out of the gate a little over a week and it has already surpassed Mac OSX in Russian browsing data statistics. That’s according to LiveInternet which is a popular Russian Webportal and Social Networking site that ... Read more
Just over a week after the announcement of Halo Online, an upcoming Russia-only online version of the popular Halo videogame franchise, modders have already obtained a leaked copy of the game and created their own tools to allow access for ... Read more
At the IFA 2014 trade show last week, Microsoft unveiled the Lumia 730, the Lumia 735, and the Lumia 830. The handsets will soon start selling in Europe, and 'soon' arrive in the United States. Now, Microsoft is prepping for ... Read more
Addressing the Russian government, Microsoft who owns the voice-over-IP and instant messaging service Skype, said that it will provide law enforcement officials with the information about Russian Skype users if required. The software giant will keep data of users during a six month ... Read more
The Russian state plans to revamp its computer services with a Windows rival to reduce its dependenc
Microsoft on Wednesday said it would supply free software to Russian nongovernmental organisations a
Microsoft's top lawyer said on Monday that the company is taking action in the wake of a report that its antipiracy efforts have been used by the Russian government as a means to monitor computers of dissident groups in that country.
In a blog post, general counsel Brad Smith said that the company is hiring an outside law firm to investigate a report in The New York Times that the Russian government has used Microsoft's antipiracy efforts as a pretext to search computers of potential dissidents and, separately, that some lawyers hired by Microsoft have worked with corrupt police to shake down businesses over the piracy issue...