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29 Apr
2014
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2014’s Best Smartphone

The introduction of the smartphone heralded in a new era in mobile technology. With the capability of being connected through their mobile network or Wi-Fi, smartphones made it possible to perform just about any internet task once done on a computer. As time has progressed, so have the specifications of these smartphones. Some of today’s models have been specially designed to offer components that are more conducive to gaming. Larger screens as well as powerful hardware become necessary to make certain models more attractive to online casino gamers.
For those who prefer the Android operating system, there are many choices for gaming phones. For instance, the LG G2 is an apt choice. This phone was designed by a partnership formed between Google and LG. The result of this collaboration is one of the most powerful phones sold today. The processor is quite strong which means no problems with lagging and buffering when using this phone. For those who play online casino games at sites like GamingClub.com/au/online-roulette this is very important, especially when playing for real money. Other options for Android smartphones include the Google Nexus 5 and the Sony Xperia Z1. Both of these phones come with 5 inch display screens. In regards to the Xperia Z1, many are proclaiming it the best smartphone yet to be released by Sony.
While some may prefer Android, others are passionate supporters of Apple’s iPhone. The current phone, the 5S, features the best gaming features so far. Apple is continually improving upon their iPhone each time a new model is released. It is anticipated that future releases will offer even more enhancements for gaming. For instance, to keep competitive with Android phones, Apple is constantly looking at ways to make their display screens even larger, something many gamers want with their smartphone. Many anticipate an iPhone 6 to be released sometime in 2014.

20 Oct
2010
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Wireless Connection on Xbox 360 Slowing Down, Can’t Stream Netflix and Play Games Online

So the story is I have had my Xbox 360 with the wireless adapter, set up with my Linksys wireless  G router for a couple years now.  The thing has been working great, fast connections, and never any problems.  We have been able to stream movies through Netflix, and play Halo online with not connection problems.

About a week ago however, the connection seemed to slow pretty bad.  I thought it was the Internet, so I called the cable company and had them reset everything. I ran some speed tests on my computer that was also linked wirelessly through the router.  The speed was a little on the low side, but should have still worked fine for everything I was doing online with the Xbox.

When I try to play halo online, I was connected online and it seemed to take a little longer to get a game, but once I got into a game, it was unplayable.  My connection would be so bad, either the opponents or I would just be bouncing lagging all over the place the whole game.  It makes it impossible to play.  A lot of the time it would show my connection at full green bars though which really confuses me.

Then when I try to stream videos through Netflix, the movies title pages would load, but when I select one to play, it just site there and can’t seem to load the movie. This had gone on for about a week.

So I decided to pull out my modem and connect the xbox directly to the it with an Ethernet cable.  This fixed the problem. So now the question is, is the xbox wireless adapter going bad, or is my wireless router going bad?  It there a way to test?  Is it common for one of these to start slowing down like this? Its strange that the connection is still there, it’s jut not very strong.

Any info would be greatly appreciated before I start buying new equipment.  Post comments below!  Cheers!

30 Mar
2010

Will My Home Beer Clear Up Much After Bottling?

I just finished bottling my home brew, and I felt like it was in the fermenter for plenty long (2.5 weeks), but the beer still looks a bit cloudy in the bottles.

Will the beer clear up much while it gets carbonated in the bottles?

The Beer is still a bit clowdy in the bottles and I am a little worried that I should have left it in the fermenter a little longer. At first glance it appeared pretty clear when I started filling up all the bottles, but after getting them into the bottles and holding them up to the light, I can definitly tell that they are still a little cloudier than most beers.It seems like it would be ok if it was a Hefinweizen, but its not.

I was just wondering if the beer would clear up at all while sitting in the bottles becoming carbonated?

Also, does the beer continue to ferment in the bottle before you refrigerate it? If so, how much more alcohol will be added to the beer?

Feel free to post a comment if you have any info that might help!

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