What is the difference between SQL Server 2012 R2 & SQL Server 2014

Hi all,
 I am using SQL Server from last 3 years. I started SQL Server 2008 R2. Now I am using SQL Server 2012. I want to change my development environment to SQL Server 2012 R2. But suddenly I saw that SQL Server 2014 is released. I want to know what are the
differences between SQL Server 2012 R2 & SQL Server 2014. Are both those are the same or different products?
I searched through the Internet but I didn't find any article regarding that. So could someone help me to solve this matter?
Thanks,
Regards,
Chiranthaka

differences between SQL Server 2012 R2 & SQL Server 2014.
We don't have a Version "SQL Server 2012 R2", only 2005, 2008, 2008R2, 2012 and 2014.
See MSDN What's New in SQL Server 2014
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