Articles By Erik Pineda
From Tech Dec 02
What will it take to make the Galaxy S6 sell a whole lot better than the Galaxy S5 on the former’s rumoured release date in the first quarter of 2015?
From Tech Dec 01
Buyers torn between the gigantic iPhone 6 Plus and the regular iPhone 6 will do better picking up the 5.5-inch variant over its 4.7-inch sibling this Cyber Monday and well into the 2014 Christmas shopping season.
From Politics & Policy Dec 01
It is highly likely that at anytime soon Russian leader Vladimir Putin could order the full-scale invasion of Ukraine and the West - the United States and NATO specifically - will offer little or no resistance at all.
From Politics & Policy Nov 29
Reports and speculations are rife that Russia is positioning to invade and annex Ukraine then move forward to select European territories that were formerly members of the Soviet Union and now allied with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
From Tech Nov 28
If life indeed once existed and thrived on Mars scientists do figure that some form of ‘bio-signatures’ were left behind, prompting a mission to look for clues here on Earth with Australia making the short list of possible Martian life indicators.
From Tech Nov 28
In time for the iPhone 7 release date in the second half of 2015, Samsung will reportedly become a close Apple manufacturing partner anew with the South Korean tech giant set to supply the bulk of A9 chips for the next iPhone.
From Politics & Policy Nov 27
Recent posturing by Russia particularly its president, Vladimir Putin, appears to suggest that the nation is ready to engage in a full-scale conflict with the United States in the event World War 3, likely involving nuclear weapons, breaks out.
From Tech Nov 27
Sapphire glass cover will finally become a reality in time for the rumoured iPhone 7 release date in 2015 and Apple will reportedly source the material from its long-time manufacturing partner in China – Foxconn.
From Politics & Policy Nov 26
A mysterious satellite, known as Object 2014-28E, that Russia secretly sent into orbit last May 2014 is drawing concerns from scientists. It could prove as Moscow’s deadliest weapon in case of shooting war with the United States, reports say.
From Politics & Policy Nov 25
Preparedness for a nuclear conflict could prove as the foremost tactical advantage of Russia over the United States, likely positioning Moscow to score a win in case a shooting World War III with Washington as nemesis erupts.