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Bonfire night has officially been voted the second most magical time of year according to recent statistics, and to celebrate Fortune Frenzy is giving away a £1,000 fund towards a bonfire night of a lifetime.

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A new guideline by a UK Watchdog has been proposed for developers to make sure that games kids playing games aren’t misleading users about in-game charges.

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Fortune Frenzy continues to add to its extensive games portfolio with its brand new HD update of the popular Gold Rush slot.

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Fortune Frenzy is one of the first mobile gambling sites to offer its users an instant mobile payment option that links directly with their mobile account.

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Nearly 50% of the 5 million mobile gamblers across the UK gamble exclusively on their mobile phones, according to Colin Burrows at last week’s Mobile Gaming and Gambling Summit. 2.2 million people in the UK access mobile gambling sites purely on their smartphones, having never used a betting shop or even their desktop to place a bet.

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Using a location based social network and online street map, a new app designed in Helsinki has been developed for blind people that can tell them where they are and how to get back on the road in case they get lost.

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The world’s best-selling smart phone maker Samsung has revealed its brand new smartwatch, which boasts a colour screen, the ability to run apps and record voicemails.

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Nokia, the Finnish mobile brand that has been dominant in the technological field for just under a decade, has been bought out by Microsoft for £4.6bn.

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An increasing amount of British workers aren’t taking advantage of their holiday days due to the pressures of work and various financial strains. Fortune Frenzy is giving away a £1,500 holiday fund so its players have the chance to treat themselves before the summer ends.

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Fortune Frenzy has announced the launch of yet another high quality, HD slot called Mayan Moolah, taking their sum of mobile games to a total of twenty.

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