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After months of rumors and leaks, the OnePlus 5 has finally been unveiled and although you will still have to wait a while before the images are available, we have every specification and a few confirmed pre-release images for you. As it turns out, the budget flagship king of the smartphone world has not taken any risks this year at all.


The OnePlus 5 comes in with a flat 5.5-inch 1080p Optic AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip and 6GB/8GB of RAM. While the higher RAM variant does look impressive on paper, we are not sure how much more it will add to the device in terms of actual performance and multitasking. The battery is 3,300mAh as predicted by rumors and support's OnePlus's in-house world's fastest charging technology, Dash Charge. There's also Bluetooth v5, NFC, a ceramic fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm headphone jack and the interesting 20mp + 16mp dual rear camera. OnePlus has upgraded the 64GB/128GB storage options to UFS 2.1.2 which will allow for faster boot time, faster app opening, faster file transfer, faster installation and an overall smoother experience.

 

 

What do I think about the OnePlus 5? It's a very safe device that unfortunately fails to bring anything new to the field. The slimmer profile and the interesting set of cameras will need to be tested first, but my guess is that they will both be significant upgrades over the OnePlus 3T. While all this makes it a solid offering, especially if the price is kept as low as OnePlus is famous for doing, it just doesn't seem like a huge upgrade over its predecessor at this point of time.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The beta version of the Chrome browser often brings unique features to its Android users and this time around, they have introduced something that is sure to become an instant fan favourite. If you update your Chrome Beta to the latest version 54, it will now be able to play YouTube in the background. Prior to the update, videos would pause the moment you exited the app, like it does on most browsers. Post the update, a play/pause button will appear in your notifications panel on exiting the Chrome Beta browser, which you can then use to continue playing the video in the background, while accessing other apps on your device. Needless to say, users who largely listen to audio content on YouTube will particularly appreciate this feature.


If you are streaming music from a website on the Chrome Beta Browser, it will continue to play in the background on exiting, just like a dedicated music streaming application. Even though this is exciting news, there's a high chance that this feature will be excluded in the next update unfortunately. Let's not forget that playing videos in the background is a feature of YouTube Red, which is a paid subscription based service. As this free feature makes paying for the same thing on the YouTube app unnecessary and both are owned by Google... you can do the math.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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With the growing popularity of mobile devices, people all over the world are becoming more transient. They are no longer tied to their homes and workplaces by computers and the need for internet access. The fact is people can get and do everything they want for anywhere at any time with a mobile device. They can purchase products and services, watch movies, read the latest news and even go hunting for a new life-partner without having to put down their smart phones and tablets.

 

There's something else people can do with their mobile devices. All over the world, people are now able to play real games of chance for real cash while on the go. That's right, many countries throughout the world now allow adult residents to play casino games and the lottery, bet on horses and wager on sports events through a mobile device. Imagine that. Mobile sports bettors can visit an online sports book like https://sbobet.gclub-casino.com where they can easily place a wager on their favorite team without leaving the coffee shop.

 

The Mobile Gambling Phenomenon

 

Mobile gambling was first introduced about 10 years ago. Initially, the growth trajectory for mobile gambling was narrow and slow because of technological restrictions. Online sports books were usable because they require little functionality, but online casinos weren't able to create the same excitement as the sister websites. Software developers simply had too much difficulty creating a viable online gambling environment with the software development tools that were available back in the day. When HTML5 became an industry standard software development tool about 5-6 years ago, online casino software geniuses were released to work their magic.

 

With the cooperation of new innovations in technology, mobile apps are being created to closely emulate its sister websites. There has been a noticeable increase in the quality of online games, the functionality of the video slot bonus features and the availability of banking options and bonus promotions.

 

What has resulted is nothing short of phenomenal.  Over the last five years, the percentage of online gamblers who have opted to gamble with their mobile devices has increased to 50%. Experts expect that number to increase to as high as 80% by the end of the decade. Money aside, the real winners are the operators who want to reach millions of customers and the customers who can now play casino games or bet on sports when it's convenient to them.

 

What's All the Fuss?

 

The biggest two reasons why more people aren't haven't been willing to give gambling a go have been accessibility and the legalities of doing so. First, it's not convenient for most people to visit a land-based casino. The travel and accommodation costs alone act as a deterrent. That's a real shame for adults who have a little extra disposable income for entertainment and are tired of going to the movies. As far as the legalities of gambling, many countries have been slow to recognize that the negative aspects of gambling have been exaggerated and that in fact, gambling is a wonderful form of entertainment for adults who can behave responsibly.

 

The good news is many countries are starting to loosen its grip on the gambling industry. We are seeing countries in Asia, Europe and South America opening the doors for its residents to both land-based casinos and online gambling. The same is true of many states in America where gamblers can now legally enjoy any form of gambling without having to visit Las Vegas or Atlantic City.

 

The really good news has been the acceptance of mobile gambling in conjunction with the change in attitude towards gambling in general. Now, many adults in countries all over the world with a mobile device that runs on popular operating systems like iOS, Android and Windows Mobile have access to the wonderful world of mobile gambling.

 

While standing in line at the grocery or have a cup a coffer at the local coffee shop, it takes nothing more than a good internet/data connection for the recreational gambler to dial up their favorite online casino and play Blackjack or video slots.

 

It used to be that anyone who was laughing and smiling while using their mobile device was most likely talking to a new love interest. Nowadays, it just as likely the individual hit a big jackpot and are laughing about where to spend their newfound money.

 

The door to a fun and exciting form of adult entertainment is opening wide.

 


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