Author: Kayleigh Bridges

Kayleigh is an avid geek with a passion for technology and all things Marvel. She writes about technology and gadgets and cybersecurity--but she really wants to be Black Widow when she grows up.

DAOBet is a blockchain gaming company that is now getting into cryptocurrencies. Mainnet is the latest version of the DAOWallet and is part of the company’s rebranding process. The company has now launched a whole new entity called DAOGroup that will combine all of the available products which include DAOBet, DAOPlatform, DAOWallet, and DAOGames. DAO team has expanded substantially and now offers tools for fast transactions as well as a software suite that is focused on creating new gaming products, which is DAO’s main focus. DAOBet has been a popular gaming project for a while. The company offers wager free…

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Almost all social media platforms; Whatsapp, Twitter, Linkedln, Instagram, Facebook gives you the chance to upload clips or your favourite video so that several other people, (many of whom are your friends) would be able to see it. However, the problem that often surfaces is that there are time limits allocated to the length of video you can be uploaded per post on these social media platforms. Your minds swiftly say, oh yeah, the solution is to edit the video. For this reason, I recommend that you check out WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe to help do the magic. Yes,…

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It seems headphones by Bowers and Wilkins bring all the essential delights. They deliver top-quality sound, have a superb design, and include genuine sheepskin leather. However, an experienced music lover will pay close attention to the model’s specific features. Here is a look at the pros and cons. Headphones like Bowers and Wilkins P7 are all the rage today. The retro themes and sleek look make the company stand out. However, there is much more to these headphones than just eye-catching appearance. No Wires Now, paying just $50 extra, you can add the convenience of wireless listening. The quality of…

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Facial recognition technology came slamming into modern reality with very few people prepared for it. In many cases, we see it being used by governments and law enforcement agencies—testing its accuracy and value for future purposes. The most common argument for having this technology in the hands of the state is preventing crime or identifying important evidence during investigations. It’s even said that past footage of unsolved mysteries would benefit greatly from this technology as it would help identify the criminals of crimes long forgotten. However, there has been a serious clash between the government and citizens in general over…

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