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Dec 10
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Why do politicians always seem to hold back new technology?

Published in News, Other News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

There are very few technologies which have not encountered some form of political meddling or regulatory distress in their early days. There seems to be a general pattern with regards to politicians and new technology in that initially they ignore the new technology, then they embrace it, then they try to control it and in […]

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Dec 04
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Gaming on iPad and iPhone

Published in Gaming News, News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With so many new gaming websites and applications popping up for iPad and iPhone, it’s difficult to know which ones to play…

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Dec 02
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5 Steps to building an online web shop on a budget: from domain names to SSL certs

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

Building an Internet shop is often much simpler and inexpensive than most people initially think. While 5+ years ago you would have needed to hire a web development agency to develop a completely custom site for you, in today’s works of plugins and open source software, you can actually build and launch a web shop with a very limited knowledge and a surprisingly low budget.

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Nov 27
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Which Laptop Is Right For Your Business?

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

If you’re setting up your own business, the technology you choose could be crucial to your success. For example, whether or not you use a PC or a laptop (or both).

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Nov 27
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Horse racing apps

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

Fans of horse racing are spoilt for choice in the apps world these days as all the major bookmakers and others line up to get business – providing free apps that usually come with tempting introductory bonus offers to boot. This means that fans of horse racing can get free bets on races (for a […]

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Nov 12
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Vodafone launches high definition calling across the UK

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

Mobile phone service providers are consistently trying to add technology to their networks to outshine themselves against rival companies. This time it is Vodafone with their recently launched technological enhancement, ‘high definition voice calls’. As its name implies, this brand new technology allows for HD quality calls to be transmitted for clearer and more vivid […]

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Nov 03
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No Consolation For Consoles: Why PC Gaming Will Never Die Out

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

It’s no secret that some people prefer consoles over PCs for gaming and vice-versa. Games consoles are often seen in most people’s homes. But is it rare to spot a gaming PC somewhere in a friend or family member’s household? It turns out that PC gaming isn’t as rare as you might think. In fact, […]

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Oct 27
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How Online Slots Took New Jersey By Storm

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

New Jersey players can now enjoy online casino slots from the comforts of anywhere they go!

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Sep 26
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How technology has pushed the casino industry to the top

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

You don’t have to venture out far nowadays to notice just how prevalent the gambling and sports betting industry is. Whether it’s having a cheeky flutter on the latest football match or trying to make some cash on the gender of the Royal Baby, gambling has come a long way since the days of strolling […]

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Sep 12
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Computer games on the stock market

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Rhys

By Jon Johnson Interested in learning more about trading the stock markets online? See if financial spread betting is for you here. The recent successes of the PS4 and GTA V have shown that video games are no longer a niche product, and can be a huge profit generator for companies. So how can investors […]

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