Moscow could build a separate district to attract IT specialists from across the country. If enacted, the project would be the first-ever ‘science district’ within a Russian city, in a country already known for its ‘science cities.’
A look at Apple’s finances suggests the company that revolutionized the music, computer, smart phone and tablet industries is thriving. Its more than $40 billion in profits for fiscal 2012 were more than any non-oil company has earned ever.
Russia's Airborne Forces (VDV) have begun using its new Tsivik digital telecommmunications system which uses IT-Phone software, VDV spokesman Alexander Kucherenko said on Thursday.
An average of 60% of vulnerabilities in computing systems used by exploit kits are over two years old and majority of its development takes place in Russia, according to the study conducted by the Solutionary's Security Engineering Research Team (SERT).
Retired satellites that continue to orbit the Earth will soon be reused after the Department of Defense (DoD) sends robotic devices to space to bring the retirees back to life.