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Constantinople Hard Fork is just a waiting game now

Ethereum was to undergo an update on its system known as a ‘Hard Fork’ on January 16th/17th. However, due to a vulnerability with the upgrade found by ChainSecurity, as mentioned in there blog post on 15th January, the new Ethereum fork would be vulnerable to the Reentracy attack. This meant …

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German shops to pull iPhone 7 & 8 models from the shelf

15 stores across Germany have been forced to remove some older iPhone 7 and 8 models form their shelves after a patent row with the chip maker. Munich courts have ruled the smartphone makers have breached two European patents involving their products. Qualcomm, the chip makers, , based in San …

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2019 sees UK introduce 6 new employment laws

As brits we love to chop and change the way we do things, to introduce innovation, shake things up a little or to simply prove someone got a promotion. 6 new employment laws are set to change across the nation starting in the New Year. Increase in NMW (National Minimum …

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Etheruem Spikes 30% after 16 Month low

After last week’s bloodbath in the crypto world they are finally in recovery mode as of Thursday 13th. The market shows all the signs of a dead cat bounce so the bulls aren’t quite free to run yet. The past 2 days have seen an extra $10 billion added in …

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Everything you need to know about serving a Section 21 Eviction Notice

Michael Sayers owned one of the largest property portfolios spanning across over 600 properties nationwide. He recently sold it to a Hong Kong based company whose UK team specialises in rental property management. Unfortunately, privacy laws prevent us for telling you about the intricate details but let’s just say, Michael …

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How the digital revolution is ruining your eyes 👀

Not to freak you out or anything, but the lights from your smartphone could be even more harmful than experts previously thought. We already knew that the blue light from your smartphones, tablets, and laptops can disrupt your sleep cycle. Recently, a study found a connection between blue light and …

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WhatsApp’s monetisation plans

As we know Facebook purchased Whatsapp for a whopping $19bn back in 2014. The social media giant has now decided to monetise its acquisition by including advertisements in its chat messages. WhatsApp has increasingly been used as a platform for which marketers are using to advertise thier products and services. …

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Can Robots make music?

Picture this Imagine your favourite song. Now imagine a machine cranking out 50 similar tunes in a matter of days. Musicians are already experimenting with artificial intelligence (AI) to create songs that actually aren’t that bad. This is nothing new This may come as a surprise, but musicians have been …

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[Breaking] Dragon Ball Super Movie Confirms Super Villain

Dragon Ball Super named official villain for the coming anime movie

Now that we’re on the second-half of the year, and we’re anticipating the coming of the Dragon Ball Super anime movie, questions regarding its plot, villains, and more circled the DBS community for the past months. Today, the official DBS site confirmed the movie’s official supervillain, and it is no …

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UK Plans To Lift The Fuel And Alcohol Freeze To Support NHS

NHS' rank in healthcare had considerably decreased because of factors such as the lack of staff wherein the budget and equipment are not properly supplied.

NHS’ rank in healthcare had considerably decreased because of factors such as the lack of staff wherein the budget and equipment are not properly supplied. Additionally, NHS had been financially pressured because they are spending more than they’re getting. Thus, the government promised to help improve NHS’ services by pledging …

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UK Conman In NCA’s Most Wanted – Finally Arrested

On July 2018, Mark Richard G. Acklom, an English conman who is on Britain's National Crime Agency's (NCA) list of 10 most-wanted fugitives, has been caught in Switzerland after six years of hiding

On July 2018, Mark Richard G. Acklom, an English conman who is on Britain’s National Crime Agency’s (NCA) list of 10 most-wanted fugitives, has been caught in Switzerland after six years of hiding. Acklom was arrested by the Swiss police together with NCA and Avon and Somerset Police in his …

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Minimum Three-Year Contract Proposal For UK Tenants On The Rise

Goverment propose three-years minimum contract for UK Tenants

The UK government’s new proposal on a three-year minimum rental contract for tenants have been met with angry reactions and opposition from landlords. The plan would permit the tenants to end their contract earlier if they wanted to. Around 80% of renters in England and Wales have their contracts set …

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The Measles Outbreak In Bristol, UK

Vaccines for Prevention from Measles Outbreak

On June 30, 2018, recent reports state that measles has become an epidemic in Briston, United Kingdom. People have been hospitalized which lead to the issuance of a public health warning in the area. The health body claimed that the disease, measles could be severe and life-threatening. There have been …

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