Articles By Erik Pineda

The Apple Logo Is Pictured Inside The Newly Opened Omotesando Apple Store.

From Tech Dec 08

iPhone 6, iPhone 7 on Release Date Will Banner 280M iOS Device Sales in 2015 – Analyst

By the end of 2014, Apple is projected to pocket total revenues of $192 billion, which according to a new report will further balloon in 2015 thanks to the upcoming iPhone 7 release date and other iOS-powered devices such as the Apple Watch and next-generation iPads.

Russian President Putin Delivers a Speech during a Meeting at Kremlin in Moscow

From Politics & Policy Dec 07

Malaysia Airlines MH17 Shot Down by Ukrainian Jet Fighter to Assassinate Russian Leader Vladimir Putin – Reports

The ill-fated Malaysia Airlines MH17 was accidentally shot down July this year by the Ukrainian air force and the tragedy according to new reports was the direct result of Kiev’s failed bid to assassinate Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Bacteria

From Science Dec 06

Apocalypse Alert: Scientists Warned of Rising Superbugs that Potentially Could Wipe-out Humanity

Apocalypse or the end of days will not come in the form of a nuclear showdown between Russia and the U.S or an alien attack. Extinction of the human race could start anytime soon as scientists point to the alarming rise of superbugs.

Vladimir Putin

From Politics & Policy Dec 05

3 Ways U.S. Can Effectively Engage Russia on Ukraine as Vladimir Putin Reaffirms Claim on Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed his countrymen this week and parts of his hour-long speech touched on Crimea and Ukraine – offering explanation on why Moscow is treating the sensitive issue as it is.

The Apple logo is pictured at a retail store in the Marina neighborhood in San Francisco, California

From Tech Dec 05

Expect 3 iPhone 7 Models on Sept 2015 Release Date Bearing 5.5-Inch, 4.7-Inch and 4-Inch Screen Profiles

Apple is set to unpack three different smartphone models in time for the iPhone 7 release date in the second half of 2015, that is if the latest round of rumours are to be believed.

Russian President Putin and US President Obama/Reuters File

From Politics & Policy Dec 04

Russian Recession Will Not Stop Vladimir Putin from Invading Ukraine, Analysts Say and Barack Obama Agrees

No thanks to the combination of record low oil prices and economic sanctions by the West, Russia is officially in recession by Russian president Vladimir Putin is not expected to tone down his nationalistic stance, including the feared invasion of Ukraine.

A woman looks at the screen of her mobile phone in front of an Apple logo outside its store in downtown Shanghai September 10, 2013.

From Tech Dec 04

Before iPhone 7 Release Date on Sept 2015 Apple Plans to Rollout iPhone 6S – Reports

Apple’s release date plans for 2015 reportedly involves two smartphone models – the iPhone 6S that will materialise spring time of the same year and the iPhone 7 that will take the flagship status of the iPhone 6 the following September.

Valdimur Putin

From Books Dec 03

Vladimir Putin Depicted a Thief as New Book Claims KGB, Mafia Personalities Rule Russia

Before Russian President Vladimir Putin became a dominant political figure, he reportedly oversaw the theft of $4 billion starting in 1991. The state-owned money was spirited out of Russia and made its way back a decade later to fund Putin’s rise to power.

The Apple logo.

From Tech Dec 03

iPhone 7 on Release Date Will Have Shatter-Proof Display as Described in New Apple Patent

The next iPhone, rumoured as the iPhone 7 on release date next year, will sport a glass panel that likely will not suffer from a cracked screen notwithstanding a nasty fall.

Russian President Putin and US President Obama/Reuters File

From Politics & Policy Dec 02

Russia Secret Weapon Revealed: Stealth Train for Mobile Nuclear Missile Launch Set for Deployment Soon

Russian President Vladimir Putin will reportedly soon outpace the quick-strike capabilities of the United States with his radar-beating trains that can launch nuclear missiles from any location without fear of detection.