How mobile devices have changed the world of online gambling

If we go back a decade ago, mobile gambling hardly contributed anything to the revenue of online operators. However, the sector has exploded phenomenally over the past few years. As per a report, people spending money on mobile iOS casino games have been rising significantly year after year. The mobile gambling market will grow even more rapidly going forward as the United States Supreme Court gave a go-ahead to the legalisation of sports betting in the country, in May this year. Mobile gambling market is particularly robust in Australia and UK where a large majority of online gamblers choose their[…]

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Cell Phone Spyware Software

To keep the modern generation within their control parents are actively using cell phone spyware software to monitor and control the mobile phone usage of their children. Through these apps, the end user call log, test message details, application usage history and so on, can be easily accessed and monitored with just a click and not being around the device. The usability of these software has made it gain the popularity so much so that, today, in the market there are plethora of the companies that are introducing the software with the new added features. Here, we list down few[…]

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HomePod speaker

HomePod smart speaker has only 4 percent of the market

Apple‘s smart speaker is not selling as much as expected. Apple’s newly released HomePod speaker costs $349 which is a bit higher than competing products like Google Home and Amazon Echo. There isn’t much of a momentum for Apple in this market, as the company has not managed to capitalize on HomePod. The product has now around 4% of the whole market, even though in the first 10 weeks alone HomePod had a 10% market share. The company has reportedly lowered the orders with suppliers. Bloomberg is reporting that Apple has not managed to maintain momentum: During the HomePod’s first[…]

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microLED

Apple’s investment in microLED aims to make iPhone less power-consuming

The new display tech will debut with small screen devices in two year’s time. Every manufacturer tries to make its devices to last longer, but this is a hard task given the limited space for the battery in the trendy and very thin smartphones. And while the battery tech has not improved much in the past 10 years, the display manufacturers try to compensate with less power-hungry panels. OLED, used for most of the premium smartphones today, has a clear advantage in power consumption over LCD, but soon a new technology could become dominant. MicroLED, a fairly new tech, in[…]

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Apple Watch trio

The brand new Apple Watch to have a larger display, bigger battery

Apple set to announce a new smartwatch this Autumn. This Autumn, Apple will unveil the fourth generation of its popular smartwatch, and the new model will bring some important improvements, according to analyst Ming Chi Kuo. The report claims that Apple Watch (2018) will have a larger display and a better battery. It’s said that Apple Watch Series 4 will have a 15% bigger battery, but the impact on the physical size is yet unclear. The company may be reducing the bezels to accommodate the bigger screen into the same size body. The battery capacity will be increased too, which[…]

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spudger tool

What is a Spudger? The tool you never knew existed!

How these little tools can help you repair electronic devices at home. A spudger is a tool largely used in both the professional electronic repair industry, and by hobbyists who prefer to fix their cell phones and other devices at home. As the gadgets we use become more complicated in terms of design, the repair process requires sophisticated tools allowing removing and reinstalling components without risk of damaging the device. Is the spudger tool mandatory for a home or professional repair? Of course, you can get away with not using such a tool, but it makes significantly easier to get[…]

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Cardiogram app for iOS

Apple Watch is 97% accurate in measuring heart rate

Heart Rhythm measuring by Apple Watch could be helpful to detect health problems. The wearable health and fitness market keeps gaining traction, as gadgets like the Apple Watch are becoming more and more popular among the users. Some of them even come with built-in heart rate sensors, so they could be used to detect early health problems. A new research, conducted by the Cardiogram app for iOS, finds that Apple Watch is pretty accurate in detecting abnormal hearth rhythm. Millions of heart rate measurements have been collected and analyzed for the purposes of the research, directly coming from the Cardiogram[…]

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Meltdown and Spectre

Intel’s new processors will include built-in protection against Meltdown and Spectre

8th generation Intel Core won’t have the security holes. While software patches already protected computer configurations with Intel Core chips against Meltdown variant 1, upcoming generations of processors will include higher protection built-in. They will be protected not only against Meltdown v1, but also against v2 & v.3. Intel’s CEO has commented: We have redesigned parts of the processor to introduce new levels of protection through partitioning that will protect against both Variants 2 and 3. Think of this partitioning as additional “protective walls” between applications and user privilege levels to create an obstacle for bad actors. Intel is preparing[…]

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Soundgine Review 2018

Soundgine is a no hype, no nonsense, and a no compromise beat selling platform. In short, it’s the best decision in any producers game plan to sell beats online. It’s not an easy feat and there is plenty of competition with its legions of followers. What’s special about Soundgine is it’s sense of design, purpose and achieve selling beats effectively a priority. Not only is Hydra (beat store) a thing of beauty, but has a toolset that promotes sales including its popular subscription mode where beatmakers can make recurring sales along with one-off beat sales. It’s mobile player looks gorgeous[…]

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