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Fixing Slow Internet in Windows 10 Internet 

Fixing Slow Internet in Windows 10

Windows 10 users frequently complain about the slowness of the Internet connection. The main culprit: services and processes. They consume huge amount of system resources including the network bandwidth. Here are some manual tips to boost up your Internet speed. If you’re looking for an automatic ways of optimizing internet speed in Windows 10, use the Internet Optimizer feature of RegInOut. Intel Software Partner, RegInOut has 7+ speed boost features that can fix, clean and optimize your internet easily. Download it here: Speed up Internet in Windows 10 (Recommended Download)….

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UK App Agency Invests in Future Framework for Apple’s Swift Smartphones 

UK App Agency Invests in Future Framework for Apple’s Swift

Swift has come a long way since its initial release just more than 2 years ago, back in June of 2014. The programming language has quickly risen to one of the top contenders for application development, but also traditional web developers could draw on Swift’s benefits. We’ve been in contact with Nodes, a high-end UK mobile development agency, these days mainly dealing with enterprise clients and budgets to match. Because Swift has bridged the gap between backend and frontend development, as well as being open-source and available on Linux, the…

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Bitcoin Explosion on the Japanese Market Bitcoin Featured 

Bitcoin Explosion on the Japanese Market

During the first half of 2016, the Japanese Bitcoin Transaction Values has grown by more than 50 times it size compared to the same period in 2015. The first six months this year saw trade grow to an impressive 430 billion yen ( ~$4.3 billion.) According to Nikkei, the surge has to do with Japan’s own currency. During the UK referendum, the YEN/USD market appreciated the Japanese currency by almost 20 per cent, where it has been stabilizing and ranging in tight bands ever since, the trading pair has thus become less attractive, while…

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Trojan Distributed Via Google AdSense – Again Internet 

Trojan Distributed Via Google AdSense – Again

Two Malware Analysts from Kaspersky Labs announced today on securelist.com that they had found another Trojan coming from the Google AdSense network targeting Android users, searching in particular for banking information.  The malicious code has been given the cryptic label of Trojan-Banker.AndroidOS.Svpeng.q, and is but one of several versions of the Svpeng trojan previously reported on by Kaspersky. This latest edition has fooled several large sites, including the AdSense network, and appears to be downloading an APK file called last-browser-update.apk on some Android systems. The two analysts, Nikita Buchka, and Mikhail Kuzin warns…

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Nissan On Gasoline Engine Breakthrough: Diesel Obsolete Featured Technology 

Nissan On Gasoline Engine Breakthrough: Diesel Obsolete

Nissan Motor Company has announced a new type of gasoline engine that uses new technology so successful that it might make some of the most advanced diesel engines on today’s market obsolete. According to the engineers at Nissan, the variable combustion method they are applying will make the rate of combustion controllable to such a degree that it will become possible to choose the optimal settings at any given time. This is important because of the principles behind the combustion engine, like all things in life, there are ultimately 2 choices,…

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Bitcoin No Longer Labeled Public Danger by Russia Featured News 

Bitcoin No Longer Labeled Public Danger by Russia

Back in February 2016, reports floated around on Russian based websites that the Russian Government was considering criminalizing bitcoin users in the large nation. Sure enough, a few days later, the notice got real. Since then and now, the wheels have been turning in Russia – and Moscow in particular – lawmakers, politicians and perhaps even Putin himself, have been involved with first saying that “Bitcoin is dangerous,” calling the currency for “surrogate money,” and hinting to the possibility of the cryptocurrency being able to compete with the countrys own currency, rubels….

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New York Public Library Release 300,000 Free Books News 

New York Public Library Release 300,000 Free Books

The New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue has just released more than 300,000 ebooks online via their mobile application. While for now only citizens of New York has access, we at The Daily News Grabber wonders how long it will be, before we get a truly open, universal library. Proud, regal, majestic, their luxurious manes ruffled by the wind, El Polter’s two lions, named Patience and Fortitude by Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, stare down their noses at us beneath hooded eyelids. Like two elder statesmen, they stand guard at…

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Bank of England Entering The Cryptocurrency Market News 

Bank of England Entering The Cryptocurrency Market

Bitcoin and The Bank of England have had many run-ins with each other over the past few years. The Bank has announced on numerous occasions just how little it thinks of the importance of Bitcoin and the blockchain in general, but now it seems as if that might just have been a facade. In March, bitcoinmagazine.com posted an article detailing the new experiment set up by the 8th oldest bank in the world, currently owned and controlled by her Majesty The Queen and her government. In July, The Bank of…

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PlayStation 4.5 “Neo” Rumors and Updates Featured Gadgets 

PlayStation 4.5 “Neo” Rumors and Updates

The PlayStation NEO (or PS4.5 as some have taken to calling it) is an entirely one of a kind monster. Mid-era console equipment revives are just the same old thing new. The principal PlayStation had the PSOne invigorate, and both the PS2 and PS3 had thin forms that turned out two or three years after the underlying console. The PS4.5 is somewhat not quite the same as what we’ve found before. Rather than simply thinning down the console and perhaps utilizing some more power-proficient segments, Sony is making some significant…

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Twitter Changing Design and Layout for New Tweets Featured Social Media 

Twitter Changing Design and Layout for New Tweets

Twitter has been experimenting these past few days, and now they are tinkering with the tweet composer. A few days ago the first word of users experiencing new layouts started hitting the grape vines, and it didn’t take long before the official Twitter team came out with a confirmation, that yes, they were testing things, and no, nothing was broken. This change is but one of many designed to improve the user experience, and instead of having to go into a separate composing screen, you can now write your tweet…

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