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A trading and investment platform that makes it easy for both novices and experts


Back in 2007 'anyoption' revolutionized the global investment trading industry when it introduced something called 'binary options' into the equation. Whereas before, trading was all about the buying and selling of commodities, this new speculative method offered a new concept of trading with low cost entry fees and intuitive trading environments - making it much easier for regular people to get involved. A binary option invites traders to open a position on the future direction of an underlying asset whether it is stock, commodity, currency exchange rate or index.  More

Binary Options - anyoption Jun 4th 2017

All the stickers, emojis and GIF's that youll ever need

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It's a little known fact but stickers first came to prominence as a result of the Tohoku earthquake and Tsunami in Japan in 2011. Apparently, much of Japan's telecom networks were severely disrupted and under extreme stress at the time and data-based calls and text messages worked far better than regular calls and text messages. Up until 2013 stickers were still mostly restricted to the Asian market but pretty soon US companies began to pick up on the craze and now the sticker revolution has well and truly taken off and has turned into a messaging phenomenon that is used extensively all ...  More

Sticker Market May 18th 2017

Become the next Efren Reyes or Ronnie O'Sullivan without even leaving your bedroom

If you've ever player pool, billiards or snooker in real life you'll know that each requires all of one's powers of concentration in order to be successful. To play well takes time and a lot of practise but it can be an overwhelmingly satisfying experience when you finally play well and win a game. If you've ever tried to play a game on your computer or mobile device, however, you've probably come away a little underwhelmed. There are lots of pool and snooker apps out there but, up till now, none have really managed to come anywhere near the realism and drama of the real thing. The spin ...  More

Pool Break May 16th 2017

Make sure you know exactly what you're sharing in the cloud

I remember having a long conversation with a techie friend in England some years back and I asked him what the next great innovation was going to be in computers. He told me this long convoluted story about his ideas for the next big thing and how it was going to be huge, especially for third world countries. But there was just one problem. They needed to find a way to change people's mindset because customers' personal information wouldn't just be limited to their personal computer with much of their private information being stored by a third party. Naturally, this was going to cause a ...  More

Marshal May 15th 2017

Ubongo - Puzzle Challenge goes digital!

If you're a fan of great board games you're probably well aware of Ubongo. It's a great, challenging and colorful game that was originally released over ten years ago and has proven to be a multi award winner. It has sold millions of copies all over the world. The idea of the game is for players to compete against each other to solve individual puzzles as fast as they can. The first one to complete their puzzles gets first crack at the jewels that are on hand for the taking. You get the picture? Well now there's a digital version and it's just as fast-paced and addictive as the original.  More

Ubongo - Puzzle Challenge Apr 29th 2017

The best way to adopt a rescue cat in your local area

Outside of we humans, cats are among the most perplexing creatures on the planet. They can be described in many ways but the words that come to mind immediately are playful, aloof, inquisitive, aristocratic and social. However, the number one adjective that people use more often than any other is lovable. Consequently, cats give a huge amount of comfort to their owners and are great company for young and old. Some would even describe them as the purrfect pet. Sorry, I couldn't resist that one.  More

Feline Finder Apr 20th 2017

Safe and convenient cloud-based HR management that you'll love

It’s a strange thing but the very last piece of the puzzle that business seems willing to computerise is the personal records of staff members. I'm not totally sure whether it's simply a privacy thing or something else, but while much of the rest of a company's activities are computerized, you'll often find that spreadsheets and paper still hold many of the personal details of staff members. This includes vacation planning, sick leave and salary as well as employees' names, addresses and contact details. While there used to be an argument for not keeping personal details of ...  More Apr 13th 2017

A more intimate social network with little background noise to disturb you

When talking with friends, the one problem that I constantly hear about Facebook is that it's becoming more and more infested with ads and with content that they just aren't interested in. They feel that Mark Zuckerberg's original vision has been lost to a constant stream of unwanted advertising, spam and, dare I say it, fake news. What's more, i've said myself for a few years now, that if you have more than 150-200 Facebook friends, it almost becomes a full time job trying to keep up with what they are all up to. Several social networks over the years have tried to muscle in on Facebook's ...  More

MemorySphere Apr 6th 2017

Throw your emojis away. This is computer art at its best

A couple of years ago, a company named Adtile Technologies came up with a revolutionary and very creative visual concept called MotionStack. It's a JavaScript-based motion processing library that allows you to integrate motion and spatial computing into your own web and native applications. It was designed to be used for a broad variety of motion-interactive experiences, from registering simple gestures to navigate through a project, to powering immersive and three-dimensional augmented and virtual reality environments. Now they've taken this concept one step further by introducing a new ...  More

SpinMagic Apr 4th 2017

Save time and money by changing your purchase ordering system

It's said that, for every one hundred purchase orders that are created, ten of them will have some sort of problem or mistake connected to them. You might have two people ordering the same item or an invoice that's higher than the quoted price. It happens every day at some businesses. Now, that's not quite so drastic for a smallish company where the purchase officer will often follow an order through from beginning to end but, for larger businesses, it will often involve three different departments that have to collaborate. What's more, the purchase authorization, goods receiving and ...  More Mar 30th 2017