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Progressive web apps are also known as native web apps because of their feel and look. PWA is compatible with any browser, be it Chrome, Firefox or Opera without the need to download it from the app store. A quip tap on the link will automatically install PWA on the... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at GeekWeek
Casino games are popular everywhere with some being more popular in one country or region of the world than others. However, when taken as a whole, you will find that the numbers add up so that it really is easy to rank them in order of popularity. Whilst some casino... Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2018 at GeekWeek
Printed circuit boards, also known as PCB, are used all over the world to route signals and power using the circuit that is on the board itself. They are used in many different aspects of the STEM industry due to their many benefits. Here, we’ll talk you through some of... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2018 at GeekWeek
Four leaf clovers, horseshoes... even lucky pairs of underpants: there are all sorts of ways we try to appease Lady Luck. You might be hoping for that big promotion - or that your favourite team will win the league. Or you could have your fingers crossed that the next spin... Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2018 at GeekWeek
Think about financial powerhouse countries on the world stage, and you would be forgiven if Thailand does not appear in your top five – or even ten. Yet the small South East Asian nation is set to become a major player in a fringe area that is about to become... Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2018 at GeekWeek
When you run a business, it is important that you are giving off the best impression to all of your clients. This is why many businesses have their own website that they have spent a lot of time designing and building either by themselves or with the help of a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2018 at GeekWeek
Once seen as the game played by the older generation bingo who frequented the bingo halls with daubers in hands, bingo has transformed into a cool game played by all age groups when there are a few spare moments in the busy day. Increasingly many bingo lovers are using their... Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2018 at GeekWeek
If you are a big sports fan like a lot of people, you probably head off to the game or a local bar on a gameday. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to make it to the big games or to get out and spend time with your friends so you... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2018 at GeekWeek
One thing that people will have noticed if they’re active in the online gaming world is that bingo is becoming increasingly popular. The game itself, which has been around for years, is fast becoming more prominent in the online gaming world, with many apps and websites out there so that... Continue reading
Posted Oct 17, 2018 at GeekWeek
As companies become savvier, they require more information from customers when they sign up for newsletters and the like. Instead of just entering an email address and perhaps a name, businesses might want a postal code as well as a birthdate. Sometimes this data is used to keep spam bots... Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2018 at GeekWeek
There are many ways in which you can delve into and learn about different cultures these days. In years gone by, many people knew very little about other cultures apart from their own, because it was more difficult for people to access outside cultural events, attractions, and information. However, in... Continue reading
Posted Sep 30, 2018 at GeekWeek
If you are new to gaming, you might find that you need to get a whole new set up. Gaming equipment can be expensive but if you focus firstly on the things that you need, you can worry about the extras after. This is why we have put together a... Continue reading
Posted Sep 21, 2018 at GeekWeek
Today, nearly everyone is an amateur photographer, taking pictures to document their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Photographers of all skill levels are everywhere. Some are snapping selfies with their best friend with their phone. Others are even using a full DSLR rig to capture high-speed wildlife... Continue reading
Posted Sep 19, 2018 at GeekWeek
We'll admit it. From the very beginning of their introduction to the market, we were total skeptics about the very concept of gaming chairs. The initial impression was a gussied up desk chair with a few bells and whistles priced to squeeze a few extra dollars out of gamers. Despite... Continue reading
Posted Sep 6, 2018 at GeekWeek
Buying jewelry can be a personal and exciting experience. Since jewelry is something that you wear on your person, it should be an extension of your personality and a way to show off your personal style and taste. Buying jewelry can, however, be expensive and, in the process, you may... Continue reading
Posted Aug 24, 2018 at GeekWeek
In the trading stakes, Ethereum has been Bitcoin’s stalking horse for the past year or two, and cryptocurrency commentators have spent many hours debating if, when and why it might ultimately overtake Bitcoin as the most important currency in the crypto space. The technology is universally accepted as being superior... Continue reading
Posted Aug 15, 2018 at GeekWeek
“To confine our attention to terrestrial matters would be to limit the human spirit," the late, great Stephen Hawking once said. There’s certainly something endlessly captivating about the infinite mysteries and great unknowns of space — as I’m sure all you space geeks out there would agree. So why not... Continue reading
Posted Aug 8, 2018 at GeekWeek
LEGO Ninjago is a theme that LEGO introduced in 2011, featuring elements from the fictional realm of Ninjago. The line became an instant hit among fans of the Ninja series and LEGO enthusiasts. To help you find the best set, we curated a list of the best LEGO Ninjago sets... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2018 at GeekWeek
Whether you’re visiting for a holiday or live in America, one thing’s for certain. If you like a little flutter, the gambling laws from state to state can be a little confusing. Staying on the right side of the law is difficult That’s because each state has its own rules.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 1, 2018 at GeekWeek
Although the FIFA World Cup is over, the trail of football fever still continues amongst the people. With France declared the deserving winner, the match videos, and other player or team related information searches are still trending the charts. Not only the match highlights, any top insights into football videos... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2018 at GeekWeek
There have been lots of technological advancements over the years and the construction industry has benefited from these. Construction projects will experience improvements in speed and accuracy with the use of drones, otherwise known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), as stated in the McKinsey report 2016. With a budget of... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2018 at GeekWeek
Record players have been around for a very long time. A few decades ago, when cassette and other forms of music players were invented, record players went out of fashion and eventually became a collectors’ item. However, with time they are modernized and brought back to the world as turntables... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2018 at GeekWeek
Choosing a maternity photographer can be a big decision. There are a number of studios that specialize in maternity and newborn photography in Sydney. Normally maternity photo shoots take place six to eight weeks before your baby is born. This means that there is little time for you to schedule... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2018 at GeekWeek
As we played the game, we came to one important conclusion: is not normal that a game should put this rage into our bodies. Ever since we started playing games (and we have some on our backs, trust us on this one), we did not encounter such game. But we... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2018 at GeekWeek
There was the slightest bit of post-disappointment after the 2018 WWDC. It wasn’t because of what was announced, but because of what wasn’t. Bucking tradition, there was no new hardware announced this year. That suggests September and October are going to be huge. No worries, though. Apple has been pumping... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2018 at GeekWeek