Posts Tagged ‘gaming’

State Of Survival mobile game is the biggest Rip-off in the history of Gaming

    Remember when we wrote a few articles a few years ago heavily criticizing the In-App Purchases scam scheme? Well now, at least those games had some limits, at least in those games you could buy and buy and buy and buy, spend $1000, spend $2000, spend $5000 and finally you reach a limit, […]

9 Fastest Ways To Improve Your Gaming & Rank Up In Black Desert Online

Black Desert Online was first released in 2015 only for Windows and it was defined as fantasy MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game). Today it’s also available for PlayStation 4 (and hopefully soon for the new PS5) and Xbox One, and also a mobile version simply named Black Desert Mobile. Some episodes are free to […]

Changes to US Betting Law and an Exciting Future for Gaming?

Earlier this month the Supreme Court made a decision that is likely to have an immense impact on gambling in the USA by ruling to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. What this decision means in practice is that it will no longer be necessary to go […]

Drake v Ninja: Twitch smashes live-streaming record in gaming session

Fortnite is an online multi-player game in which participants have to either work together or fight to the death in a zombie-ridden apocalyptic landscape. Such was the surge in interest in the unlikely duo’s session that viewers quickly surpassed January’s then-top record of 388,000. This was helped in no small part by Drake tweeting about […]

Watching The Hawks – Media Censorship & Gaming the Research

Watching The Hawks – Media Censorship & Gaming the Research Watching The Hawksyoutube.com A new account by journalist James Risen highlights the governments attempt to censor national security news. The World Health Organization issues a stern warning to video game addicts. Investigative journalist Steve Horn discusses the unfolding anti-pipeline protests by indigenous people in Mexico. […]

Pennsylvania Cannot Afford Gaming Ban

Pennsylvania Cannot Afford Gaming Ban By ns_adminhttp://www.campaignforliberty.org/pennsylvania-cannot-afford-gaming-ban Most politicians do not actually care about increasing Liberty (shocking I know) so when they vote for a pro-Liberty measure they usually have an ulterior motive. Oftentimes it is in response to grassroots pressure. Sometimes politicians will vote to end prohibition in order to tax the activity and […]

Could This Be The Google AdWords Of Gaming?

Gen-Xers and Millennials are the first generations in history born to the video gaming age. And they’ve been ‘gamified’ from birth, with 2.6 billion people playing video games worldwide, and it is generally accepted by industry pros that Americans alone spend 50 million hours a day gaming. According to a Newzoo market […]

Ron Paul and Norm Singleton on Possible Attempts to Include an Online Gaming Ban in the Hurricane Relief Bill

Ron Paul and Norm Singleton on Possible Attempts to Include an Online Gaming Ban in the Hurricane Relief Bill By ns_adminhttp://www.campaignforliberty.org/ron-paul-norm-singleton-possible-attempts-include-online-gaming-ban-hurricane-relief-bill Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul and President Norm Singleton issued the following statements regarding information Mr. Singleton received last night that legislation banning online gaming may be added to the legislation funding Hurricane […]

How AI could revolutionise the gaming industry

The rise of artificial intelligence has been one of the more remarkable tech trends of the 21st century. Far from being the mere product of science-fiction, AI is becoming a central part of our everyday lives as machine learning looks to help us with everything from self-driving cars to basic healthcare. […]

Cross-Platforming and Online Gaming in 2017

Interconnectivity is one of the founding principles of the Internet. Naturally, when showcasing the benefits of interconnectivity, one cannot disregard the largest online communities out there – gamers. Slowly, but steadily, and thanks to the most recent discoveries in networking, cross-platforming has become a reality, one that entertains millions of players […]

New Technologies Used in NZ Gaming Industry

Not only true fans can see that many things in the gaming industry have changed so quickly. Thus, nowadays clients of gaming portals can enjoy their favorite gambles for free, derive strength and inspiration for a successful bet, or even win real money. Further, a few years ago, there was no […]

Casual Mobile Gaming is Now the Dominant Section of the Gaming Sector

Image source: pexels.com The first ever mobile game was a variant of the classic Tetris for the Hagenuk MT-2000 device in 1994, but mobile gaming didn’t really become a popular thing until Snake came along on the Nokia 6610 in 1997. Since then, an estimated 400 million copies have been shipped, and […]

Ron Paul: Online Gaming Ban threatens all of our liberties

Ron Paul: Online Gaming Ban threatens all of our liberties By ns_adminhttp://www.campaignforliberty.org/ron-paul-online-gaming-ban-threatens-libertiesCampaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently penned an article for Town Hall explaining why legislation banning Internet gambling not only violates the Constitution but threatens all of our liberties. You can read Dr. Paul’s op-ed here and below. And remember to call your […]

‘Disaster is Imminent’… Constitutional Attorney: "States Have The Legal Authority To Defend Border Under Constitution"

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Catalyst combining reactivity and selectivity could speed drug development

University of Illinois chemists led by professor Christina White (center) developed a new catalyst based on the metal manganese that is both highly reactive and highly selective, traits previously thought to be inversive. Graduate students, from left: Shauna Paradine, Shannon Miller, Jinpeng Zhao, Aaron Petronico and Jennifer Griffin. Credit: Christina White laboratory Chemists have long […]

Mark of the Beast? Electronic skin tattoo has medical, gaming, spy uses

  AFP August 11, 2011 A hair-thin electronic patch that adheres to the skin like a temporary tattoo could transform medical sensing, computer gaming and even spy operations, according to a US study published Thursday. The micro-electronics technology, called an epidermal electronic system (EES), was developed by an international team of researchers from the United […]

Electronic skin tattoo has medical, gaming, spy uses

  AFP Aug 12, 2011 A hair-thin electronic patch that adheres to the skin like a temporary tattoo could transform medical sensing, computer gaming and even spy operations, according to a US study published Thursday. The micro-electronics technology, called an epidermal electronic system (EES), was developed by an international team of researchers from the United States, […]

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