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The mobile phone industry is so fast, it’s difficult to keep track of it. That’s why we decided to give you a hand and help you choose your next mobile device. If you’re a player of an online casino like Fortune Frenzy, you should choose your phone accordingly, because the newest one doesn’t mean it’s the best one for playing slots. Based on our own experience of playing online slots, here are the best three mobile devices that you can buy today to play mobile slots on the go.
Samsung released its Galaxy Note 7 this week, and as a mobile casino player, I couldn’t me more excited about it. I think it’s safe to say the new Galaxy Note has instantly become the best phone on which to play at phone casinos.
Oculus and Microsoft have teamed up to create a virtual headset that will also come packaged with an Xbox One controller.
The CFO of Twitter: Anthony Noto, made a classic gaffe by tweeting a message which should have been a private message...
With Samsung and HTC unveiling their powerful flagship devices at the end of the first quarter in 2015, LG will arrive late to the party with the 28th of April penned in for their reveal of the LG G4. But, will it be good enough giving the competition?
It’s a recurring theme familiar to many of us in modern life. We buy a brand new shiny smartphone with the power-to-weight ratio of a Saturn 5 Rocket. It has the fine lines and the sleek looks that would make a Porsche car designer dribble into his sauerkraut. It has intelligence and foresight.
BlueTooth 4.2 is expected to shake up the existing technology by introducing new, robust security measures that have otherwise hampered this seemingly incredibly popular communication tool.
In five years time the fifth generation of the mobile network will be very much upon us according to industry experts and with it will be the networks largest overhaul - ever.
Android 5.O, otherwise known as Lollipop, will be the biggest update to Android's software since, well ever. As reported in one of our previous posts Lollipop will bring a complete change to the inner workings of the user interface as well as a much needed visual overhaul.
For us humans it’s very easy to describe the content of a photograph, second nature if you will. However, for computers this task just a few years ago was almost impossible. Until now.