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Slots Million Announces The Launch Of Casino Oculus

SlotsMillion announced that they are launching a new online casino by name Casino Oculus, the first one to make use of Oculus Rift technology. Gamers can visit the SlotsMillion’s Oculus Casino, the first step towards the virtual reality online casino games at the convenience and comfort of their home and play casino games as they would do in real casinos. SlotsMillion, online casino to release a virtual casino for the first time for Oculus devices, allows gaming enthusiasts to play more than 40 different slot machines designed by developers such as Microgaming and Netent. The casino consists of three spaces:…

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Toyota Mirai

Toyota Mirai -The Hydrogen Fuel Car by Toyota

The Hydrogen vehicle is a car that makes use of hydrogen as its fuel. Hydrogen cars are the solution for eco-friendly driving since they are zero emission vehicles that run on hydrogen that has been compressed and fed into the fuel cell. The Toyota Mirai is among the first hydrogen fuelled vehicles to be available commercially for sale. In November 2014, Toyota launched the Toyota Mirai which was its first ever production of a hydrogen fuel cell car. The sales of the vehicle however began in 2015 mainly in Los Angeles. The Toyota Mirai has a range of 502 km…


UMi-Iron-Pro

Could A Budget Android Smartphone Be The World’s Most Secure Mobile Device?

Meet the All-New UMI Iron Pro Smartphone UMI, one of China’s fastest growing tech corporations has taken security to the next level with the much-anticipated launch of the revolutionary UMI IRON PRO, advertised as the world’s most secure smartphone. The Chinese tech manufacturer may not be a household name in the global high-tech market, but in recent years, UMI’s dedication to carefully design and produce premium quality mobile devices that are distinctively affordable for any pocket has come to be widely appreciated. UMI recognizes the unanimous need of virtually all smartphone users to leverage the best security (money can buy)…


Apple Pay

Apple Pay Gains Popularity

Apple’s mobile-payments service is quickly expanding to more banks, merchants and countries, as it faces several challenges and an increasing competition. Apple Pay arrives to Australia and Canada this week. Those are the only two places where “tap” payments are more common than in the U.S. Apple Pay will be limited to American Express in those countries for the time being, though. Apple Pay started in the U.S. in October 2014. This week alone, the service will expand to over 100 extra card issuers. Apple Pay currently accepts MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express and many more. TSB banks and Tesco…


iPhone 7

Is iPhone 6 now ‘old’?

Apple already making plans for iPhone 7 Will you believe it when we say that iPhone 6S is now old? It’s true, and you need to stop jubilations about it now as Apple is planning on releasing the new iPhone 7. Most of the customers have reported some complaints that the current 4.7 and 5.5 inch iPhones are too large to operate with a single hand leave alone fitting them into the pockets. In fact, most of them prefer the previous 4-inch versions of 2012 and 2013. iPhone 7 is expected to offer an option of 4-inch size for those…


Self driving car

Google’s New Self Driving Car: Is This The Car Of The Future?

It turns out that human beings are deplorable drivers! Car accidents are the number one cause of death among people aged 15 to 24. A staggering 33,000 people die every year in car crashes – in the USA alone! Statistics also suggest that at any given time of the day, an average of 666,000 people is checking their mobile phones while driving. Humans are too drunk, too callous and too distracted to be efficient drivers! The solution: Google’s new self-driving car!   Google has been involved in self driving cars since 2008 – it fitted an apache helicopter style scanner…