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ePayments suspend all activity on its customer accounts due to FCA review

Payment processing company ePayments suspended all financial activity due to review by FCA. This is official message from company: On the February 11, 2020 ePayment Systems Limi...

Alex in News 11 February 2020 · 25 · 3 · 1

Cool Tech Under $50

In this article we will review the best tech you can find under $50. Starting off real quick getting the more boring thing out of the way, so we can move on. But as always the bori...

Alex in Accessories 10 February 2020 · 15 · 2 · 2

The new AMD processor is a true 64-core monster that can destroy Intel

AMD has unveiled its ultimate weapon: the AMD Threadripper 3990X. A processor with no less than 64 cores and 128 threads. The new AMD release complements the previous Threadripper...

Alex in Hardware 09 February 2020 · 2 · 1

Draper, the underwater drone that scans the ocean for microplastics

Microplastics are one of the greatest environmental problems that  humanity facing today. Tons of these products are at large in seas and oceans with a very dangerous feature: they...

Alex in Environment 08 February 2020 · 19 · 1

Valve released Proton 5.0, a package to run Windows games on Linux

Valve has published the first release of a new branch of Proton 5.0, which is based on the experience of the Wine project and aims to provide Linux gaming applications created for...

Alex in Gaming 08 February 2020 · 214 · 1

Laravel 6.5 is released with new features

Laravel core team has released version 6.5 of the PHP framework Laravel. This update introduces several new methods for the LazyCollection, the String Helper and the Query Builder....

Alex in Web 13 November 2019 · 28 · 1

Top 20 Commands Every Linux User MUST KNOW

Today, I'll be sharing with You 20 commands that will allow you to get a power-packed experience out of Linux. Linux desktops come with evolved desktop environments now and there'...

Alex in Devops 17 September 2019 · 27 · 2

The State of Linux Gaming in 2019

Okay, you don't need to be a hacker to use Linux. In fact, all you really need is a spare flash drive, live USB software like Rufus or balenaEtcher, and a little bit of patience....

Alex in Gaming 10 September 2019 · 83 · 1