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What VR Casino Games Can You Play?

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Casino Games That Make Use of Virtual Reality Technology Virtual reality (VR) has been deployed by all sorts of technology companies to make a more immersive experience. Sometimes, VR is used for pure entertainment and sometimes for much more serious applications, such as training people to experience potentially dangerous situations in a consequence-free virtual environment. In the past, VR equipment was expensive and you needed to wear rather large stereoscopic headsets that were hooked up to local servers providing the images in front of the wearer's eyes. Today, the technology is much lighter, easier to use and much less expensive. You can even make use of the positioning technology in conventional smart devices rather than rely on specialist VR headsets. What's even more impressive is that the data that needs to flow back and forth from the display equipment and the server can be ...Continue reading

America Gets the Go Ahead on Sports Betting

America Gets the Go Ahead on Sports Betting

The Supreme Court has given the go-ahead on sports betting on a state-by-state level. In other words, each state will be able to decide whether or not it will allow sports betting. Naturally there will be a divided opinion. There will be those who rejoice and those who see it as a step in the wrong direction. Quite frankly, I’m not surprised. Sports betting has brought the integrity of sport into question, which is why there is dissent around this topic. On the other hand, now that the ban has been lifted, it means that something that’s been in the dark can now be exposed to the light and be fully regulated, and that’s good news for everyone. It’s not going to happen overnight either. Yes, stock in certain gaming corporations has risen, and a couple of states already have laws in place and are ready to move ahead. But from the looks of things, many states don’t have ...Continue reading

Will Apple Fix Siri’s Blabbing Bug?

Bugged Siri may blab your secrets

Extra-marital affairs, haemorrhoids, surprise party plans, or financial information – Siri does not care. According to reports and rumours online, if you have secrets, the Apple voice assistant might blab them to all and sundry. No longer are your casino online wins a private affair, your medical conditions something that only you, your doctor and , and your weird searches kept mum. According to reports published in Mac Magazine, 9to5Mac, and on other sites, the bug appears to be limited to Beta versions of iOS 11.3. It was claimed that Siri can read lock screen app notifications, even if content previews have been disabled, and that it does so without confirming the identity of the listener. While the potential for embarrassment, if not disaster, is great, it appears that not many users have been affected by the possible bug. There are also reports that allege the stories of Siri’s blabbermouth bug are nothing more than rumours based on a simple ...Continue reading

Hublot’s New Wear OS Watch Makes A Bang

The 2018 Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup

Swiss watch brand Hublot has launched its very first smart watch, and we can hardly think of a better marketing campaign more prone to hit that ever-elusive sweet spot than, you guessed it, the 2018 FIFA World Cup! Hublot has officially been appointed time keeper for the upcoming World Cup and the watchmaker has elected to design its signature virgin smart watch to run on, surprise-surprise, Android technology. Or, more correctly, as the technology has recently been re-branded, Wear OS. The Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia watch is powered by the Intel Atom Z34XX processor, which happens to be the same (master)piece of technology that drives the 2017 Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45. This is no happy accident either, as Hublot and Tag Heuer are both owned by parent conglomerate LVMH. Timepieces To Live By Quite befittingly, only 2,018 Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup signature timepieces have been manufactured and being one of the cool kids who owns one of these ...Continue reading

Sydney Biomedical Experts Changing The Game

New glue set to be a medical game changer

Biomedical engineers from the University of Sydney may just have come up with technology that is about to make a huge impact in the worldwide medical industry as a whole. Engineers have developed a high-elasticity surgical glue that is proving effective in sealing up even the most toughest and hard-to-close wounds. Best of all? The glue eliminates the need for staples or stitches. The full impact of the new technology only really hits home when one considers that wounds are not always on the surface of the body. Wounds are often suffered to internal organs like lungs, arteries and hearts. Wounds to internal organs are particularly difficult to seal, and the tissues found in these organs are continuously expanding and relaxing, so there is constant movement present. That having been said, the use of tissue adhesive is nothing new in the medical field, but up until recently, these have ...Continue reading

The Age of the Superfood

The Age of the Superfood

Better eating or healthy eating is nothing new. Dieting and the need to maintain a healthy frame has become more prominent in the last 50 years and mainly because the way food gets produced has changed. Our food has changed and thus so have we. The science is quite simple. Eat more and you’ll weigh more. Eat less and you’ll weigh less. The problem is that as a species we’ve complicated our pellets through our increased consumption of processed foods and in turn created a host of problems to face off against. Processed foods and refined foods all undergo an industrial process which involves various levels of artificialness. The end products – cold meats, canned goods, biscuits, chocolates, cereals – are all a mixed bag of good and bad things.  Is it any wonder then that as people we find our bodies enduring something of a similar nature? For as long as I can remember, there’s always been a diet fad, a specific diet that becomes part of the ...Continue reading

The Happiest Countries in the World

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2018’s list of the happiest countries right down to the not very happy at all countries has been released.  As many of you have correctly guessed, the Central African Republic did not make the top 5. This initiative was kicked off in 2012 and submitted the year before by the country that came 97th on the list – Bhutan. If this proves anything, it’s that just because you invented something, doesn’t mean you’re the best at it. Jokes aside, Bhutan came up with the concept of measuring the happiness of its citizens and its prime minister proposed a World Happiness Day to the UN in 2011. A year later the UN had set aside March 20 as World Happiness Day. How is Happiness Measured? Fast-forward to 2018 and we have the pleasure of perusing the latest list.  Before we go any further, I’d like to alleviate any fears of this being a long and dreary read. In fact, I’ll touch on the top 10, no wait, even better, the top 5! In total 156 ...Continue reading

Video Games in The Fight Against Dementia

Video games fighting dementia

Recent studies have shown that people who play video games can potentially reduce the risk of getting Alzheimer’s disease as gaming stimulates parts of the brain that may otherwise lie dormant and become prone to degeneration. New research shows the connection between playing 3D games and the growth of brain cells in critical areas of older people’s brains. This research was done in two separate studies, with similar results: Study 1 A study that was published in The Journal of Neuroscience, has found that the grey matter located in the hippocampus, which is the main area of the brain used for memory building and the first to illustrate the effects of Alzheimer’s, has shown growth when playing 3D video games. Interestingly enough, 2D games do not have the same effect on the brain as 3D games and researchers found that a 3D game like Super Mario could boost memory up to 12%, the amount that memory decreases between the age of 45 and 70. This brain ...Continue reading

Global Gambling Trends

Gambling Worldwide Infographic

Which nation has a habit of offering lottery tickets to minors as part of their birthday or Christmas gifts? Have you ever wondered which nation in the world enjoys gambling the most? These are only two of the fun facts you’ll learn about in the following infographic from Spin Palace. Expand your borders and explore the world of casinos and betting with some cool visuals, and learn some interesting facts about the world’s top gambling destinations. ...Continue reading

The Role Of Atari In The Gaming World

There are many important software and hardware companies in the gaming world, such as Electronic Arts, and Blizzard, that have contributed an enormous amount to the gaming industry. Without Blizzard, after all, we would not have had Warcraft, and so perhaps never had real time strategy games as they exist today. And World of Warcraft would never have existed, a game that has dominated the MMO scene for over a decade. There are a few companies, however, that all but shaped the gaming industry as a whole, pushing innovation and design in ways that defined gaming entirely. One such company is Atari. Had it not been for Atari, the gaming world as we know it would have been entirely different. Let’s take a look at the enormous role played by this one company, which guided the world of games to where it is today, and landed up being a big player in the casino gaming industry. Early Atari ...Continue reading

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