With the recently discovered hacking of 1 billion accounts on Yahoo, there is no saying that webmail sites are still safe. However affected sites speak up on how they would avoid the hacking to spread more.
The U.S. Air Force has awarded $160 million worth of contracts to two companies on Monday. These two firms are engaged in the development of the latest rocket engines and will help the United States end its dependence on Russian-made rocket motors for the country’s space launches.
63 units iPhone 6S Putin limited edition will be sold in celebration of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s birthday. What made this special is, first, it was made by Caviar and second, Putin’s profile is embossed at the rear of the titanium cover, coated in gold.
The Kremlin favors the Iran deal, and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin hugged the credit. The Russian Foreign Ministry tweeted on Tuesday that the Iran nuclear program is based on the approach articulated by Putin.
Brent crude oil dropped towards $55 a barrel on Tuesday as Iran and six world powers entered a final day of talks over a nuclear deal that could see the energy-rich country increase oil exports to world markets.
Russia's economy shrank sharply in November and the rouble resumed its slide on Monday as Western sanctions and a slump in oil prices combined to inflict the first contraction in GDP since the global financial crisis.
Russia's ruble rose on Friday to its strongest levels in more than three weeks, in a sharp rebound from its recent all-time lows, after the government ordered exporters to sell some of their hard currency revenues.
Russia's Gazprom has moved a deadline for Ukraine to start paying in advance for natural gas supplies to next Monday, as EU-brokered talks continue over the price, the gas company's chief executive told Russian media.
China's biggest energy firm PetroChina (0857.HK) will join Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) in developing Iraq's giant West Qurna oilfield and is in talks with Russia's Lukoil (LKOH.MM) to buy into a second project at the field, industry sources said.
The two Russians arrested in what prosecutors call the largest online fraud case brought in the United States were caught through a combination of high-tech tools, dogged detective work and sheer luck.