Samsung returns to Russia? This information has been circulating on the web for some time, while Samsung does not openly deny it.
The end of Windows in Russia – it’s official
In Russia, Windows 10 and 11 are not downloadable, and the old windows have been updateable for some time. And although Microsoft has not taken an official position on this matter, we already know that this is not a bug. The company wants to completely leave Russia and leave no trace of its services in it.
Russia completely bans Facebook and Instagram – court found them “extremist”
From now on, Russia completely bans Facebook and Instagram. This is the result of a Russian court decision that became effective immediately after its announcement. Interestingly, WhatsApp remains legal in Russia.
Google Maps will help refugees from Ukraine – this feature can change their situation
Google Maps gained a function that will help refugees from Ukraine. People fleeing from war-torn areas and looking for shelter will have a tool that will make it easier for them. For everything to work as it should, however, the commitment of entrepreneurs is needed.
ESA ends cooperation with Russia – ExoMars mission under threat
Life on Mars – this topic ignites the imagination of not only scientists and SciFi writers, but also ordinary science enthusiasts for many years. This year, the ExoMars mission was to be sent to the red planet to search for its traces. It did because the European Space Agency (ESA) gave it up. All because the entire project was based on cooperation between Europe and Russia.
Ukraine wants to delete Russian domains from the Internet – the regulator refuses
Ukrainian officials, and more specifically ICANN’s representative for Ukraine, Andriy Nabok, and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Digital Transformation, Mykhail Fedorov, submitted an application to ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) and to Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Center (RIPE NCC) to block the most popular Russian domains, i.e. .ru, .рф and .su.
Russia refuses to launch OneWeb – Starlink’s competitors will be forced to ask SpaceX for help
OneWeb was to be the British answer to Starlink, an international provider of high-speed satellite internet. It turns out, however, that this entire initiative may depend on the goodwill of Elon Musk. All because Roscosmos, the Russian Space Agency, refused to honor the contract and place the swarm of satellites in orbit around the Earth.
Cryptocurrency exchanges reject Ukraine’s request – Cryptocurrencies with Russian
Coinbase, Binance and Kraken, the three largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, are joining the others in rejecting Ukraine’s requests to freeze the accounts of all Russian users. Although companies have frozen the accounts of those targeted by sanctions, they will not implement a universal lock on Russian accounts.