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Tech Milestones in the Online Gambling Sector


The online gambling sector sprung up in October 1994, when the Liechtenstein International Lottery began selling tickets to their lotto draws over the internet. That same month, the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda passed into law its Free Trade and Processing Act, becoming the world’s initial licensor of betting sites. Following that occurrence, the Isle of Man company Microgaming ...

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Top Tech Headlines From This Week That You Need to Read

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Here at Gearfuse we do our best to cover the hottest news in technology and general gadget news but sometimes that means a whole lot of articles for you to read. We know that you're just as pushed for time as we are these days so allow us to recap the week in headlines here at Gearfuse!

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It’s Hard Being The Tech Savvy Friend

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If you are the tech savvy friend in your circle of friends then you already know exactly what I'm talking about. As the "one with knowledge" you become the instant go to guy. Sure, other friends have this problem as real estate agents and doctors but people tend to break their computers and want tech advice far more often than they want to buy a new house or has a mysterious rash seen to.

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Timex Fingernail Watches…Not So Much

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Do you have trouble seeing your watch? Do you want more trouble seeing your watch? In 2009 the Timex fingernail watch won Timex's 2154 The Future of Time competition and lately the image of this futuristic watch has been making its rounds again.

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6 iPhone Accessories You Should Have

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The thing about buying accessories for any phone however, is that there are so many to choose from that it can be a little overwhelming. So today we're sharing 6 iPhone accessories that we're pretty sure you need for your iPhone.

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The History of the Internet (Infographic)

I’ve read about the history of the net from probably well-near 100 sources overall. I probably didn’t absorb everything I’ve read, but I swear, everytime I read one of these tremendous infographics, I learn new things. Everything from J.C. R. Licklider’s 1962 concept of an “intergalactic network” to the end of 2009, in which mobile data exceeded that of voice ...

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Google Rubik’s Cube

It’s crazy. Google owns enough major real estate to easily fill up a Rubik’s cube with major tech logos. I mean, Google is, like, a really big deal. And not only that, some of my favorite brands period are represented. You’ve got Google major, you’ve got Blogger, Gmail, Google Calendar. They’ve built themselves quite a little empire, if you haven’t ...

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The Evolution of Nintendo Controllers

Nintendo really sort of lost it with that GameCube controller. Eight buttons? Not even counting the sticks or the control pad. Was that really necessary? With the Wii, Nintendo took us back to their simpler hey-day. It’s too bad the console is such shit. But in the Wii’s defense, the new Wii Super Mario Bros. game is a saving grace. ...

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Steve Jobs Back At Apple

The entire tech world is a flutter with news that Steve Jobs has returned to Apple. As promised, Jobs said he would be back in June and rumor has it that he’s not back 100%, but rather, is helping interim CEO Tim Cook out and telecommuting through email according to a USA Today report. This is fantastic news not just ...

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Oracle To Buy Sun Microsystems

The other week, IBM was going to buy Sun and the world seemed to be in equilibrium. But that deal fell through and Sun was left standing in the middle of the street with its pants down. Lucky for J. Schwartz & Co., Larry Ellison’s Oracle Corporation decided to use flex its power and purchase Sun Microsystems for about $7.4 ...

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