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Akado plans expansion in South Africa
Russian ISP Akado plans to launch its broadband services in South Africa and Mozambique. Russian company Renova, the controlling shareholder of Akado, signed a letter of intent on the issue with the operator Afritel.
--01-04-2013--
50 million people in Russia use the Internet daily
The number of daily Internet users in Russia has amounted 43% or 50.1 million people, reports the Public Opinion Fund, based on its research for the period of winter 2012-2013.
--18-03-2013--
OS Microsoft Windows 8 started speaking Tatar
March 14 the company Microsoft has presented a language pack in the Tatar language for its last operation system Windows 8 in Kazan, Tatar Republic, announced the company.
--15-03-2013--
Avito.ru, Slando.ru and OLX.ru are to merge
Russian free classified ads website Avito.ru is to merge with Slando.ru and OLX.ru, reports Avito Holding.
--14-03-2013--
Sharp smartphones are in retail in Russia
Sharp smartphones have come to the Russian market. MTS, the largest mobile operator and retail network in Russia, has become the first to announce the sales start of Japanese smartphones, is reported in MTS press-release.
--11-03-2013--
Yandex.Store offers 50 000 programs for Android
Yandex, a large Russian Internet company, launches Yandex.Store, an app store for devices on the platform Android. The application offers more than 50 000 programs and a convenient search for its users.
--25-02-2013--
Lenovo brings its smartphones into Russia
Leading personal computer maker Lenovo has announced its entry into the Russian smartphone market. Russia has become the first European country, where Lenovo launches its smartphones.
--14-11-2012--
Mail.ru Group to expand worldwide under brand my.com
Russian Internet company Mail.ru Group has claimed about its intention to expand in the international Internet markets, using its new global name my.com
--31-10-2012--
Yandex net income amounted $74.2 million in Q3
Yandex, the leading internet company in Russia, operating the country's most popular search engine and most visited website, today announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2012.
--30-10-2012--
Windows 8 sales have started in Russia
New Microsoft operation system Windows 8 has come to Russia. The start of sales was done simultaneously with the whole world on October 26.
--28-10-2012--
Mail.ru Group reduced its share in Facebook to 0.75%
In October Mail.ru Group has sold a part of its shares in the social net Facebook. According to the companys financial report for the third quarter, its share has reduced from 1.34% to 0.75%.
--28-10-2012--
Largest Search Engine in Russia Marks Its 15th Anniversary
Yandex, the largest search engine in Russia, marks its 15 th anniversary. The company has grown from a search engine into the largest Russian Internet resource with a wide verity of additional services
--24-09-2012--
Yandex to launch its own web browser
Yandex, a Russian Internet company which operates the largest search engine in Russia, plans to work out its own web and mobile browser.
--13-09-2012--





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