Technology

5 Best Indian Online Casinos Adopting the Technology of Tomorrow

India is one of the fastest developing countries in the world, and online technologies are indeed in a state of massive expansion throughout the country. While India has not traditionally been one of the major iGaming markets, this is quickly changing as online casinos are recognizing the potential the country has for them.

We take a look at the best online casinos in India, which are adopting the modern mobile and live casino technologies and opening new online gambling opportunities for local players. These are some of the best casino sites in the world, and now they are available to Indian players.

List of Best Indian Online Casinos

1. LeoVegas Casino

LeoVegas Casino

One of the best online casinos in India and the world, LeoVegas Casino, has been making waves in the industry for a few years. First founded in 2012, the casino quickly built up its brand and was named the

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2021 Ducati Multistrada V4 Production Begins, to Come with World’s First Radar-Based Technology



a group of people riding skis on a snowy road: 2021 Ducati Multistrada V4 Production Begins, to Come with World’s First Radar-Based Technology


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2021 Ducati Multistrada V4 Production Begins, to Come with World’s First Radar-Based Technology

Ducati has announced that the production of the upcoming Multistrada V4 has begun at its factory in Borgo Panigale, Italy. The motorcycle will be officially unveiled on November 4, 2020, and marks a pivotal turn in the history of Ducati as it switches from an L-twin engine layout, that the Multistrada has been known for all these years, to a V4 engine layout with the new model. The details of the engine, however, will be revealed on October 15.

The headline feature of the new Multistrada V4 may not be the new engine, though. The Italian premium motorcycle maker has confirmed that the new Multistrada will come equipped radar technology, both at the front of the motorcycle as well as the back. This will make the new Multistrada the first motorcycle ever to

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adidas ZX 4D Carbon “Aqua” Release Date & Info

adidas has mixed two of its biggest initiatives for 2020 — the ZX line and Futurecraft technology — on the new ZX 4D Carbon “Aqua.” Blending an OG ZX 8000 “Aqua” color scheme with a fully modern build, the “Aqua” salutes the Trefoil’s past innovations while looking firmly ahead to the future.

Uppers may replicate the “Aqua” mix of light blue, purple and yellow, but feature a flexible Primeknit build. This sock-like top half uses a trifecta of different blue shades and multiple weave patterns to provide texture, and is embellished with a yellow Three Stripe graphic on the midfoot that’s surrounded by a purple circle-like shape. Three lace options are available: yellow with purple flecks, purple with yellow flecks and a flat blue, enabling the wearer to customize to their heart’s content. Down

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Financial Comparison: AstroNova (NASDAQ:ALOT) versus Creative Technology (NASDAQ:CREAF)

AstroNova (NASDAQ:ALOT) and Creative Technology (OTCMKTS:CREAF) are both small-cap business services companies, but which is the better investment? We will compare the two businesses based on the strength of their institutional ownership, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability, risk, earnings and valuation.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a breakdown of recent ratings and price targets for AstroNova and Creative Technology, as reported by MarketBeat.com.

Sell Ratings Hold Ratings Buy Ratings Strong Buy Ratings Rating Score
AstroNova 0 1 0 0 2.00
Creative Technology 0 0 0 0 N/A

Risk and Volatility

AstroNova has a beta of 0.41, suggesting that its stock price is 59% less volatile than the S&P 500. Comparatively, Creative Technology has a beta of 0.95, suggesting that its stock price is 5% less volatile than the S&P 500.

Institutional & Insider Ownership

49.2% of AstroNova shares are owned by institutional investors. 9.3% of AstroNova shares are owned by insiders. Comparatively,

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Kenya: Mombasa Teenage Criminals Adopt New Tactics and Weapons

I stood anxiously at the corner as I pondered what to tell the young man if he asked why I needed the gadget he had gone to bring me.

When he emerged from an alley on Haile Selassie Road in Mombasa, John (not his real name), looked excited. “Do you have the cash?” he asked, as he led me upstairs to a dingy room packed with electronic items.

“This is what I got because you just made the order this morning,” he said as he squeezed himself inside his tiny ‘office’.

In his hands was a UV-5R Baofeng (VHF/UHF) walkie-talkie. He had taken two hours after I had asked him to get me one, through multiple referrals. It would cost me Sh5,000.

“This is so powerful, it can even infiltrate the police signals if you find someone who can help you get their frequency,” he explained as he dodged my

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The Modern-day Hunt for Malicious Microbes


Over the years, business owners have searched long and hard to find ways to beat the competition. Some have hired graphic designers to enhance their logos, websites, and product pictures. Others are using search engine optimization to drive more traffic to their sites. However, many modern businesses are ignoring 360-viewing technology. This will prove to be disastrous in the long run. This technology is unlike anything else on the market and it offers a wealth of perks. Within this guide, readers will learn more about the benefits of this tech.

How Does It Work?

This technology is quickly changing the e-commerce industry for the better. By taking advantage of 3D viewing technology, business owners can display their products in magnificent ways. This technology ensures that the user can visit a website and view the product in a 360-degree view. This means that they’re able to see the product from various

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Programmer Plays Doom on a Pregnancy Test

  • Popular hardware finagler Foone Turing has played Doom on a pregnancy test.
  • Doom is an iconic 1993 game that has inspired decades of games, and even real research.
  • Turing swapped the original screen and controller with tiny replacements and added a keyboard.

    No “first-person shooter” jokes, please: A hardware wonk has successfully played Doom on a pregnancy test. By removing most of the interior of the test, including the original CPU, Foone Turing used its tiny one-color display first to stream video of the classic video game, and then actually play it.

    🕹 You love badass DIY gadgets. So do we. Let’s play with them together.

    Watch the glorious results here:

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    Turing’s interest seems to have been sparked a

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    Second Time Is The Charm

    Last year’s Samsung Galaxy Fold technically wasn’t the first folding phone to hit the market. A Chinese brand named Royole had beaten Samsung to the punch by months. Huawei, too, launched a foldable around the same time the Fold hit retailers last fall. But both of those devices were only sold in China (Huawei didn’t sell foldables outside China until its second attempt earlier this year) in limited quantities. So to most of the world, Samsung’s Fold was the very first device in a new cutting-edge product line.

    The Fold wasn’t for everyone. Or even most people. It was expensive, a bit hard to use, and raised durability concerns due to an early demo batch malfunctioning in the hands of three or four reviewers. Still, I loved it anyway. In fact, I named it my favorite phone of 2019.

    But I am

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