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Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks during the Presidential Council on Science and Education at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, December 8, 2014. Putin said on Monday that Russia should make a leap in developing its fundamental sci

From Politics & Policy Dec 20

Russia Fights a "Holy War" in Ukraine But US Finds an Excuse to Engage in Nuclear Warfare

Russia's actions in Ukraine compared to "Holy War" while United States finds a way to engage in war.

Android Mascots At The Google I/O Developers Conference

From Tech Dec 20

Android 5.1 Release in February 2015: Killer Features and Devices to Receive

After Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google wants users to update to 5.1 around February 2015.

A customer holds an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus after the phones went on sale

From Tech Dec 20

Apple iPhone 7 Release to Feature Next Generation TouchID Sensor According to New Patent

New patent sighting reveals Apple’s plans on introducing an upgraded TouchID sensor possibly on the next iPhone 7.

Android Mascots At The Google I/O Developers Conference

From Tech Dec 19

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 And Note Edge Android 5.0.1 Update Schedule And Installation With 5.1 Details

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge are next in line to receive the Android 5.0.1, skipping the 5.0 version.

Canadarm2, The International Space Station's Robotic Arm, Grapples The Orbital Sciences' Cygnus Cargo Craft

From Tech Dec 19

Russia and US Take War to Space, NASA and SpaceX Launching Cargo for ISS

Russia and the United States have been engaged in a frosty conflict over the Ukrainian region. Now, it appears the two countries may take their competition to the next level as Russia may create its own space station. Unlike the International Space Station (ISS) which is a collaborative effort from Europe, US and Russia, the latter's plans may purely be a Putin affair.

Craig Federighi, Apple Inc. Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Speaks on Stage During an Apple Event in San Francisco

From Tech Dec 18

Apple Watch will Be the Killer in 2015 with New Retina MacBook Air

As the New Year approaches, hype increases over upcoming releases of tech giants like Apple. According to recent forecasts, despite the success of the iPhone 6 series, the biggest killer for Apple in 2015 will be the Apple Watch along with the Retina MacBook Air.

The Google signage is seen at the company's offices in New York January 8, 2013. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

From Tech Dec 18

End-To-End Email Encryption Tool Under Google Launching Soon, Secure Your Emails Better

Google's next big project appears to be securing emails further with an end-to-end encryption tool. The upcoming tool will allow people to encrypt their emails either through Google or a plug in. Yahoo has reportedly taken part in it already with other vendors expected to join soon for more collaborative concept.

Android Mascots At The Google I/O Developers Conference

From Tech Dec 18

Google Android 5.1 Lollipop Update Release Possible with More Bugs Surfacing: Killer Features to Expect

Google may be working on a new Lollipop follow up through the Android 5.1 update. The original version has been plagued with a number of issues which will make another Lollipop version only natural. According to reports, the new Android 5.1 will come with a variety of enhancements including improved stability, RAM management feature and resolution for abrupt app closures.

Russia's President Vladimir Putin, accompanied by his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan (not pictured), attends a news conference in Ankara, December 1, 2014. Putin said on Monday Russia could not carry on with the South Stream gas pipeline project

From Tech Dec 18

Vladimir Putin Testing Russia’s ‘Battle-Readiness’ Through Snap Military Drills, To Retaliate Against Enemies

World officials warned previously that degrading international relations can result to more dangerous scenarios with majority of them involving military powers. At the center of the tensions is Russia which reportedly ordered sudden military drills over the Baltic region.

Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks during the Presidential Council on Science and Education at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, December 8, 2014. Putin said on Monday that Russia should make a leap in developing its fundamental sci

From Tech Dec 18

Vladimir Putin Orders Rapid Mass Military Drill Possibly Provoking NATO on Its Borders

Russia's Vladimir Putin does not seem to be discouraged as he ordered rapid military drills over the Baltic region. The drills were meant to test the country's "battle readiness" despite rising international tensions. The test involved 9,000 troops including 642 vehicles on NATO’s borders.