Why Mobile iGaming is Here to Stay

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The days of stationary internet are quickly becoming a distant memory. Smartphones and tablets are now an integral part of our everyday lives, giving people the ability to stay connected on the move, browse the internet, send emails and play games wherever they are. Well, anywhere with a decent WiFi or 3G connection, at least. Continue reading

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Technology Advancements In Online Gaming

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Technology Advancements In Online Gaming

Technology has already made such a difference to the way that people play at online casinos, in particular with the move away from playing on computers to using mobile devices. As technology continues to develop then so will online gaming. Some of the ways that this could happen are discussed below. Continue reading

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Pop On – Effective Language Learning For Mobile

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The language education industry has embraced the use of digital technology in recent years in order to seamlessly connect tutor and student. Household name services such as Skype and Google Hangouts have enabled many tutors to work location independently while students no longer have to rely on a attending a physical language school. But developers have more recently looked to mobile applications as an aid to remote learning. Continue reading

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Save Paper With Digital Alternatives

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We are living in a time when it is more and more important for us to be eco-conscious. So much damage has already been done that we now have to take decisive action to take care of our planet. One of the big things that you can do in order to make a difference is to start using less paper. Here are some digital alternatives that you can try so as to avoid cutting down more trees. Continue reading

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Super Mario Run Review

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A dark cloud is gathering over the colourful land of Nintendo. The gaming giant has been steadily losing ground to Sony and Microsoft with a long decline in revenue and earnings. The Wii aside, every Nintendo machine since the Gamecube suffered poor sales and an abysmal lack of 3rd party support. If it wasn’t for the fact they make money on each console sold (unlike Sony and MS) and have die-hard fans that religiously lap up each new release, they could have gone out of business by now. Continue reading

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