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  • Mrebaup
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    By the way, what about online casinos? Who here likes gambling and what winnings have you had?
    If talk about me, I had big win online casino 700$. It was my biggest win. I won such a large sum only once. But I was very risky. Better not to play like that.
    Nevertheless, what casinos can you recommend?

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  • Doloit
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    good tutorial

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  • Gregzs
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    The Wall

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  • Josemarino4
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    I have already seen this tutorial on the YouTube. However, glad to find it here. Thank you!

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  • Gregzs
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    The ‘Apple of China’ just unveiled a phone that’s more powerful and better looking than the iPhone

    http://www.businessinsider.com/xiaom...aign=buffer-ti

    http://www.androidcentral.com/xiaomi...2-mi-mix-china

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  • Mrebaup
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    yes, there are useful devices

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  • Doloit
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    yes, its interesting))

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  • Gregzs
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    Noria - Cool Redefined

    http://www.techinsider.io/noria-kick...aign=buffer-ti

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  • Gregzs
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    Samsung with World's Largest 170" SUHDTV - Abt CES 2016

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  • Gregzs
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    Samsung Introduces the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Featuring New Designs, Wireless Charging, and Mobile Payment

    http://laughingsquid.com/samsung-int...obile-payment/

    Samsung is marking the Mobile World Congress consumer electronics show in Barcelona, Spain this week by announcing the latest two additions to its Galaxy S Android handset line (previously), the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. Both smartphones feature 5.1-inch displays, wireless charging, a brighter and faster 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a new design-focused glass body that ditches the plastic backing of previous models. As the name implies, the biggest difference between the two phones is the side of the display, which is curved in the case of the Edge, both making for a thinner and sleeker phone and adding some additional features like the ability to quickly access contacts. The phones also arrive with a new mobile payment system in-tow.


    Samsung Pay, a new, easy-to-use mobile payment service that will be compatible with more locations than any competing offering in a single application, will launch on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the United States during the second half of this year. Protected by Samsung KNOX, fingerprint scanning, and advanced tokenization, Samsung Pay works with both Near Field Communication (NFC) and Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) technology to make it device, merchant and card issuer agnostic.

    Both Android 5.0 phones are scheduled to be available globally starting April 10, 2015.

    http://www.nerdist.com/2015/03/samsu...e-smartphones/

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  • Gregzs
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    The competition:

    NEW iPhones and Apple Watches BREAKDOWN

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  • Gregzs
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    NEW Samsung TECH - 33 Things You Need to Know!

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  • Gregzs
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    http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/futur...hooooooooooooa

    22 Pictures That Prove We’re Living In The Damn Future

    22. Just keep this in mind. 1994 vs. 2014:

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  • Gregzs
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    Oculus Rift at San Diego Comic Con:

    Pacific Rim: Jaeger Pilot at SDCC 2014

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  • Gregzs
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    http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13970_7...tag=CAD9f89b0c

    HTC chairwoman: Our smartwatch will be ready by Christmas

    Here's one more potential item for your holiday wish list: a smartwatch that HTC promises will be fashionable. Another project for HTC: Tablets

    BARCELONA, Spain -- HTC's smartwatch is indeed real, and it'll be here in time for the Christmas shopping season.

    That's according to HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang, who confirmed to CNET that the company is working on a smartwatch and that it will be ready for the holiday season.

    "It's natural for us to have wearables because we're a design company," Wang said.

    Wang agreed with this reporter's assessment that many of the current smartwatches in the market lack aesthetic appeal, and promised that HTC's offering will be fashionable.

    "People think watches are jewels," she said, making the point that any wearable would have to match that design standard.

    HTC knows a thing or two about design, and its metal-clad HTC One is considered one of the best-looking smartphones in the market, in some ways outdoing even the iPhone 5S's nearly all-metal body.

    In addition to aesthetics, Wang said that HTC will focus on battery efficiency, noting that people don't want to have to take off their watch to charge it all the time.

    Wang added that HTC's smartwatch will likely tether to a smartphone via Bluetooth, rather than work independently with its own cellular radio.

    Another area that HTC is looking at is tablets. She said it makes sense for the company to be in this area, and that it is something we could see this year.

    Wang and CEO Peter Chou held their Mobile World Congress press conference to unveil two new mid-tier phones, the Desire 610 and 816, which the company hopes will make it more competitive with consumers who are more budget-conscious.

    Many, of course, were hoping for the successor to the HTC One. But the company made it clear it will launch the phone at a separate event on March 25. Wang declined to give any details on the next phone, only asking for a little bit of patience.

    Another HTC executive did note that the next flagship will be significantly different than the HTC One, although the person noted that it won't be as big of a jump as between the HTC One X and HTC One.

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