Chinese search engine Baidu has inked a deal with Edinburgh-based flight search company Skyscanner, posing a challenge to Google’s advantage in the lucrative online travel sector.
Hotmail remains the most used web-based email service across Europe, but Gmail, Yahoo and Mail.ru are catching fast, according to new research.
A botnet called “Grum”, which was responsible for over 18% of all the world’s spam email, has officially been shut down, according to a new report. Online security firm FireEye worked with local internet service providers and spam-tracking service SpamHaus, they were able to locate the “Grum”-net command and control servers in Panama, Russia, and … [Read more…]
Wikipedia has shut down its Russian-language site for 24 hours to protest against a Bill that would give the Russian government sweeping powers to blacklist certain sites.
Ahead of the launch of the new smartphone Samsung Galaxy S3 Hi-Tech@Mail.Ru conducted a survey of its readers revealing that Russians are looking forward to the Galaxy S3 ahead of the iPhone 5.
RBK Money, one of the top payment platforms in Russia, have chosen London to base its new European operations.
Russian search giant Yandex has struck a deal with Twitter, giving searchers immediate access to as many as 250 million daily tweets.
Yandex has become the default search engine on Windows Phone-based handsets in Russia.
Russia has a total internet population of 46 million, 82% of which are is gaming, according to new data.
In June 2011, a total of 167.2 million unique visitors went to Newspaper properties in Europe, up 11% from a year ago, with the UK’s Daily Mail leading the way, according to new research.