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After a year of education through computer screens and the internet, one Russian school looks to bring the screens back into the physical classroom with a robotic teacher.
“I think we're close to establishing Tesla's presence in Russia, and that would be great. And more broadly, also in Kazakhstan and neighboring regions.”
Don your fingerless gloves, put on your dark sunglasses, and grab your trusty black Anonymous hoodie: a new study reveals Russians are just as sloppy with their internet security as the rest of us.
It's not very often that you see the mayor of a city get punished by a group of school-age children, but that's exactly what happened in Krasnoyarsk when mayor Sergei Eryomin lost a challenge.
Grab your glowsticks: the Moscow region city of Khimki is lit! And unlit... and then lit again.
Russian authorities are planning to make laws that computers can understand and, by extension, adjudicate.
For all your zombie apocalypse / Texas boar hunting / frontier bank-robbing needs, we present the Russian revolver shotgun.
A dying Soviet "monotown" in the Arctic is saved by cryptocurrency mining and online pie stores.
Russia is a land of many mysteries. The greatest of all, of course, is this: What's the deal with Russians and their hovercraft?
When the Russian city of Salekhard tried to upgrade its pedestrian crosswalks, crisscrossed chaos ensued.
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