Author: Keith

In this day and age, there’s games out there for everyone. From football and snooker to first person shooters and becoming a hitman, you’re sure to find something that fits your niche. As time has passed, games relating to poker have become increasingly popular. Here’s what we think are some of the best. Before we go any further, it’s worth noting that games of poker are not strictly limited to consoles or even bricks and mortar casinos these days. Online poker exists for web browsers thanks to sites such as Paddy Power, one of the better-known providers out there. They…

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How many devices can you use one Netflix account on? Everything you need to know about using and sharing a Netflix account We have lived through the era of discs, and the era of digital downloads. However, it hasn’t stopped there! The advances in internet speeds and the quality revolution in the television medium have paved the way for streaming services to take the centre stage. While there are multiple streaming services that make their own series and films, as well as host content that already exists, among all of them, the true king of streaming today is: Netflix! Now,…

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Before we entered the 21st century, gaming and technology were very different. Throughout the 70s and 80s, games were often 2D platformers that required massive amounts of processing power and cartridge space. Things did get better in the 90s, but even then, graphics were nowhere near as fantastic as they are today. Plus, the internet was still very much in its early years, which meant playing online games was mostly reserved for avid poker players who had enough bandwidth to load the online table games. Sounds pretty awful, right? Well, maybe it wasn’t so bad – and the fact that…

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With Black Mirror announcing news of an upcoming fifth season, now is the perfect time to list some of the best episodes this sci-fi series has to offer. Hated in the Nation In this critically acclaimed episode, Detective Chief Inspector Karin Parke is under questioning for her involvement in a matter of national security and the apparent suicide of a journalist. In flashbacks the audience watches she and her partner Blue Coulson, investigate more deaths, all of which have mysterious links to this new technology. A great introductory episode for anyone new to the series. It follows the continuing concept…

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Tech and money are ubiquitous these days. Of course, there are various cryptocurrencies doing the rounds, and for those people who have a handle on modern tech, but they are struggling in their day-to-day life financially, marrying the two is one of the most obvious solutions. Technology is making investment easier than ever, because there are so many different apps out there, but also, not to mention the fact that there is so much access to information now that we could all be a pint sized Warren Buffett. So, let’s have a look at how tech is making the investment…

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Are you running out of shows to watch on Netflix? Do you spend more time looking for stuff to watch and continually get frustrated at the lack of options? Well, believe it or not, the streaming service has hundreds of hidden movies, documentaries and TV series that are waiting to be unlocked! To apply the codes correctly, add the numbers to the end of this url – https://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/xxxx and hey presto, you can now access whatever category or genre you wish. Whether you live in the UK or the US, these private codes will work, so there’s no need to use a…

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Since the dawn of the new millennium, there has been an explosion of technological advancements like we have never seen before. The need for speed and efficiency have seen WiFi capabilities make it possible to download a movie in a fifth of a second using the fastest network known to humankind. Fitness trackers now allow us to monitor our every heartbeat and sleeping session, smart thermostats will control our heating for us and smartphones have become our own pocket desktops with more functionality than you can shake a stick at. All of these gadgets and gizmos could lead us to…

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Louis Theroux is an entertaining journalist that has developed a cult-like following over the years due to the success of his documentaries. It would be hard to find many people online who don’t have a soft spot for the lanky Englishman. His awkward presence and unusual interviewing style are a joy to watch! Theroux’s ability to ask tough questions politely and witty humor always makes me chuckle! My Scientology Movie (2015) Scientology is a subject that has fascinated Louis Theroux for years. A religion created by a science fiction writer, and run by a mysterious leader, David Miscavige. After multiple failed attempts…

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With so much free software available to download from the internet, it’s difficult deciding what to install! To make life easier I decided to create a list of free cool software that will actually be useful! Puffin Browser Puffin Browser is a mobile browser that has gained huge popularity over the last few years and recently launched a Windows version. Puffin uses cloud servers, when you search the internet, their server pre-processes and compresses the data that you download less data to show the web page. This can be useful for people who ISP’s such as Comcast that are implementing…

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While Neflix receives all the plaudits for their awesome TV shows and movies, they also own a library of excellent documentaries, covering every topic you can think of! With so many documentaries available on the platform, we had the difficult job of cutting the list down to just eight choices. Evil Genius Evil Genius tells the story of America’s most controversial bank robbery. This four-part true crime series was released on Netflix in May of 2018. It takes a look at a bank robbery in Pennsylvania by Brian Wells, a pizza delivery man. Allegedly Mr Wells was forced to commit the…

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