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Be Careful Not to Buy a Fake Fragment of Russian Meteorite on eBay

I would have been immensely surprised if Russian people have not managed to find a way to make some unexpected profit off online casino New Zealand or the meteorite event on Friday in Chelyabinsk. So it is no wonder that today we are already seeing reports that locals attempt to sell fragments of meteorite via social networks.

The interesting part is that while such fragments have already been available for sale online for a while now, only today scientists have confirmed actually finding some meteorite fragments. Until that they claimed no such fragments could be found at all. So while the scientists are only beginning their research of the rocks they have discovered on the ice of Lake Chebarkul, some people are already making quick cash off it.

So it is no wonder that publications such as The Guardian are already beginning to warn their readers and provide various signs for how to tell a genuine meteorite fragment from some regular rock…I would have been immensely surprised if Russian people have not managed to find a way to make some unexpected profit off the meteorite event on Friday in Chelyabinsk. So it is no wonder that today we are already seeing reports that locals attempt to sell fragments of meteorite via social networks.

The interesting part is that while such fragments have already been available for sale online for a while now, only today scientists have confirmed actually finding some meteorite fragments. Until that they claimed no such fragments could be found at all. So while the scientists are only beginning their research of the rocks they have discovered on the ice of Lake Chebarkul, some people are already making quick cash off it.

So it is no wonder that publications such as The Guardian are already beginning to warn their readers and provide various signs for how to tell a genuine meteorite fragment from some regular rock. To tell you the tru[…]

Are You 100% Happy with Any of Your Devices?

Yesterday I spent a couple of hours trying to sync my iPhone 5 with iTunes on a Windows-based laptop AND create a local backup copy. Really, a couple of hours is the time I could have used much better! For some unknown reason recently both my iPhone and my iPad have stopped to behave properly and in order to get them synced and backed up I need to connect them, restart the PC, sync in the fresh system (syncs but not backs up), restart again (syncs and backs up). This proves to work quite stably but I really don’t think this is user friendly…

Russian Railways File a Suit against Apple

Yet another claim against Apple arrives from a railroad company. Last time it was Switzerland because of iOS 6 clock design, now it is the Russian Railways, the monopoly that happens to be one of the largest transportation companies in the world.

The company has filed a suit in a Russian court for copyright infringement. The reason is an app in the Apple’s App Store which used the company’s logo in its icon while this usage has not been authorized by the brand owner. The claim amount is approximately $66,000 (2 million Russian rubles that is so in Russia the amount does not look this ridiculous)…

Google Celebrates Orthodox Christmas

Today Google is celebrating Orthodox Christmas with a special doodle: exactly the same doodle as the one that was displayed in mostly Catholic countries is now presented to users in Russia at google.ru and on other Google search websites in Eastern Europe, including Ukraine, Macedonia, and Serbia. The image even has an alt text in local languages (in Russia it is ‘С Рождеством Христовым!’ which is the translation for ‘Merry Christmas!’ obviously).

For those of you who are unaware, Orthodox Christians in some countries celebrate Christmas on the 7th of January…

Happy New iPhone 5 Owners Unable to Use Them in Siberia

If you ask me, I am not really a huge Apple fan. I use their devices and there’s a ton of things that I can’t do without them at all but I try to be reasonable. And this is particularly true when I consider getting yet another Apple gadget – I did not even want to have an iPad when it was first introduced and almost persuaded my husband to return the one he bought for me as a gift. That was first generation iPad bought on the very first day they started selling officially in Russia and I still have not replaced it with any of the newer models as it still meets all my needs perfectly well…

Google Play Used to Attack the Largest Russian Bank

Earlier this week one of the largest Russian banks Sberbank was faced with a large-scale virus attack via Google Play. A malware app was distributed via Google’s store that enabled attackers to capture one-time passwords generated for internet banking users when they attempted to confirm payments in the online system.

The app was supported by desktop software that infiltrated user computer simultaneously with the mobile app getting to the Android mobile device. And while the desktop tool cracked user accounts with Sberbank’s mobile banking, the mobile app confirmed payments…

Russian Mail.ru Preparing International Expansion as My.com

Yesterday Russian Mail.ru Group announced intentions to expand its business to international markets instead of sticking to the Russian-speaking audience only. The company is one of the best-known brands in the Russian internet segment: in addition to providing web mail services, they also do web search, social networking, instant messaging and run a successful portal with a huge number of accompanying services.

The company claims that its services are used by more than 90% of Russian internet users and the only significant growth opportunity for them is going international…