Top Tips For Enjoying Casino Games On The Go

Casino games are extremely popular these days and there are now many more ways of enjoying a game than there were in times gone by. Back in the day, you’d have literally needed to make a trip to the casino to enjoy a spin of the roulette wheel.

Luckily, the millennium came and with it arrived the possibility of playing casino games through a website using your desktop or laptop computer which in turn, paved the way for the likes of mobile and tablet devices which have enriched our gaming experienced and improved accessibility beyond measure.

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Here, we’re going to give you some tips to help you enjoy the mobile gaming experience to the maximum. Stay with tuned.

Find A Mobile Site

If you want to enjoy your favourite casino games on the go, then you’re going to need to join a mobile casino, fortunately in 2019 that’s leaves you with the choice of the vast majority of sites! However, unbelievably, not every casino that you’ll find offers a mobile site with some still falling behind the times. To find out whether your casino of choice is fully mobile, just visit it using your mobile device – it should be pretty apparent if it isn’t compatible.. As a general rule: If it requires you to scroll, it’s poorly designed for mobile.

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Create A Live Podcast With Spreaker

Speaker takes away the hassle usually associated with creating podcasts, and puts everything you need into one simple app. Here’s how to use it… Speaker is one of the very few apps on the Android Market that allows you to create, broadcast and publish new podcasts wherever you are, as long as your Android device … Read moreCreate A Live Podcast With Spreaker

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Which Android Phone is best for Bingo?

There are so many different Android phones on the market, each from different developers. They all have their own individual specifications to be aware of, which can make them great or not so great to play bingo on. The following phones are the ones that we think are the very best for Android bingo.

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Samsung Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy series of smartphones are some of the best Android phones around. The Galaxy S8 is a powerful phone with a brilliant screen for all of your bingo needs. If you want to splash out then you can go for the Plus version, which has a rounded screen for extra versatility.

This is the closest competitor to the Apple iPhone series and many believe that these phones are actually better. There are lots of advantages to using these for bingo, including power saving modes which can keep you going at your favourite bingo sites for the longest possible amount of time.

The storage on these phones is also quite big, which means that if you’re a fan of using apps then you won’t have to worry about running out of space. There’s even a quick charge option that can have you playing at full charge in a flash.

OnePlus 5

This Chinese manufactured phone comes with a very affordable price and a range of great features. It’s a simple enough smartphone but still powerful for the gamers out there. It has a 1080p HD screen, which at its full brightness will make any bingo or slot game pop.

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Oracle 1z0-045 Database 10g DBA New Features for Oracle8i OCPs Certification Exam

Preparation for the 1Z0-045 Oracle Database 10g DBA New Features for Oracle 8i OCPs should begin with the exam guide itself. This is where a good grasp of the topics and objectives that will be covered in the seventy-eight questions will begin. The guide is where a breakdown of the topics such as Oracle Server … Read moreOracle 1z0-045 Database 10g DBA New Features for Oracle8i OCPs Certification Exam

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More Android Apps We Overlooked in 2012

2013 is here, but that doesn’t mean that we’re not already on the hunt for great Android apps. What you will find is that we have looked up the best Android applications for your needs, but these lists are subjective. We’re going to list what we think is a good fit, and then we’ll turn things over to you. Check it out below first, then sound off in the comments:

JuiceDefender:

JuiceDefender

When it comes to automation apps, Android is where it’s at. You can make your phone do a lot of really cool stuff — all without alerting you, if that’s what you want.

JuiceDefender tweaks your device settings to provide maximum battery life — how cool is that?

Viber:

viber android

This is a very popular VoIP app that runs circles round Skype. If you’re tired of the classic issues with Skype, then you need to look at Viber a little closer.

imo.im:

imo.im

This is our favorite IM client. It covers Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, MSN, ICQ/AIM, Yahoo, Jabber, and MySpace. Just about everything you need is included in this app.

AnkiDroid Flashcards:

AnkiDroid Flashcards

Need to memorize something for class? You should check out AnkiDroid. It’ll let you flip through virtual index cards faster than if you had them out on your own.

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It’s Time to Finally Cover the Nexus 10

We covered the Nexus 4, the 7, and now it’s time to go ahead and talk about the Nexus 10. In our traditional fashion, we staggered the review to catch any type of updates that might have come out. Bleeding edge tech definitely has its share of bugs, we have to admit — we’ve been dying to cover the Nexus 10. Google has really outdone themselves with this tablet, but we figured that we’d give you a full review. Catching technology after it’s had a chance to “age” also gives you a break on the price, but you’re still going to find that full retail value exists for the Nexus 10 in most cases.

Let’s go ahead and start with the obvious: this is a 10.1-inch panel with a stunning 2560×1600 resolution. You might remember that resolution first with the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. The tablet itself is manufactured by Samsung, which isn’t a bad partnership.

You’ll fight a 5MP camera that can handle 1080p recording, along with an LED flash. Sorry tech fans, we know you’re tired of LED flashes but it looks like they are definitely here to stay. Nothing we can really do about all of that. There’s two physical controls — the volume rocker and a power/lock button. However on the left of the tablet edge you’re going to find micro-USB and a headphone jack (3.5mm). There’s a pogo pin connector and micro-HDMI along the bottom. We really find ourselves excited about micro-HDMI, which means that we can beam our stuff to a bigger display — like that 60″ flat screen you picked up on Black Friday or as a totally sweet Christmas present.

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The speakers really carry this tablet, and there’s also another camera — this time 1.9MP that’s capable of 720p video recording.

As far as connectivity goes, it’s only Wi-Fi. There’s some talk about expanding this to actual cellular tech, but it’s not coming anytime soon. There’s support for b/g/n, but no ‘a’. I guess it’s time for the 802.11a people to upgrade already.

You have some power under here — a 1.7GHz chip, which has dual-core configuration even though it could easily go quad-core in the future. There’s a dedicated GPU along with 2GB of RAM. You can go with either 16GB or 32GB storage. It’s not expandable, so if you really get worried about space — go with the 32GB.

GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC also fill in for you, which isn’t a bad thing either.

The Display

We had to really jump back to the display. It really is a thing of beauty. There are a lot of pixels involved in a small 10.1-inch LCD panel. Certainly more than HDTV would have, and that’s at 1080p. The display is incredibly sharp — graphics pop, and text is very sharp. The user interface practically begs you to navigate it.

The brightness of the display doesn’t go as high as other devices, but it’s definitely good enough. The Nexus 10 is protected by Gorilla Glass 2, which makes it very durable.

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