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2015 saw a frenzy of mergers and acquisitions in the UK gambling sector: a 2.3 billion pound tie in between Ladbrokes and Gala Coral, a six billion pound merger between Betfair and Paddy Power and the 1.1 billion pound acquisition of Bwin by GVC Holdings, which also run partypoker. Most

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Google Photos could see internal adjustment tools for exposure and contrast.
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According to a post on the Google blog, within a year of its launch, Google Photos has created 1.6 billion collages, animations, and movies from your snapshot. Other than that, there have been some 2 trillion labels, with 24 billion of them categorizing selfies. Wow!! The Search Giant said that

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There are many different advantages towards utilizing HTML forms in web pages. While they offer a lot of advantages, they do come with their fair share of limitations as well. These forms are typically used in order to gather all kinds of information online from users. These kinds of forms

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it was all done under fair use given copyright law
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On Thursday, a jury in San Francisco cleared Google of copyright infringement in a 6 year legal saga brought by Oracle over Google’s use of Java in Android. The jury of 11 members took 3 days of deliberation to reach its verdict. It is a huge victory for Google and

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Back Up Your Business On The Cloud
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Cloud computing allows companies such as Salesforce, Amazon and Microsoft, among many others, to deliver software(SAAS), platforms(PAAS) and infrastructure (IAAS) as a service to their clients from remote locations. Improvements in networking technology, quality and bandwidth of internet connectivity mean that cloud computing is mainstream today and soon will be the

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Google’s Plan to Password-Free Login is Moving Forward
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If Google’s password-free login – Project Abacus becomes successful this summer, then the conventional passwords will soon be a thing of the past on the Android devices. The project stems from the idea that humans are not very good at remembering passwords, but they’re quite good at simply being themselves.

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Netflix launches Fast.com, its own speed test website
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Netflix is obsessed with speed (for obvious reasons) and quality of your internet connection.To help you check how your connection is doing, it has launched Fast.com on Wednesday, a trademarked web page that loads and runs a speed test without user intervention. And yes, this isn’t any old website. The

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Dropbox Heads Back to School with Dropbox Education
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After making its way to Windows 10 tablets and PC’s and launching new cloud security features, Dropbox is now heading back to school with Dropbox Education. While it has offered Business and Pro plans for their users, the educational field has been left out of its plans. But this announcement

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The app blocks ad-tracking cookies and has a built-in ad-blocker.
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Opera has launched free and unlimited VPN service to iOS on Monday, just a few weeks after introducing the same for its browser. Officially called Opera VPN, the app allows users to browse securely and view content that may otherwise be restricted, due to their location or other restrictions. Just

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How will Adblock Plus and Flattr benefit from Flattr Plus?
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Adblock Plus and Flattr has announced Flattr Plus, a payment tool for users to automatically contribute real money in exchange for what they listen to, read, and watch on the Web. You can sign up for it now, but the beta will start rolling out early in the summer with

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