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Anapolon Fetches More Results Than You Can Think Of

Anapolon is an extremely powerful oral steroid manufactured in the 1960’s by Zoltan Pharmaceuticals. This company no longer survives but it created Oxymetholone, which is known as Anadrol A50 or an Anapolon cycle. Numerous bodybuilders and athletes consider this steroid to be the vital mass building drug. When used properly and responsibly this medicine turns out to be a great ... Read More »

This photo of Donald Trump and Pope Francis is making the internet go wild

On Wednesday, President Trump and his family went to Rome to meet with Pope Francis. They shared a half-hour discussion and exchanged gifts. Afterward, the Trump family and pope posed for photos. The encounter was immortalized in many snapshots, including this one: Credit: GettyReuters noted that Pope Francis remained stern while Trump “beamed” at the cameras. Observers on Twitter quickly ... Read More »

TRAI suggests Aadhaar eKYC for internet, broadband connections

Telecom regulator TRAI today recommended the use of Aadhaar-based eKYC verification for subscribers of fixed line, internet and broadband connections, as in the case of mobile connections. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) recommendation, if accepted by the Department of Telecom, would make the authentication process fast and reliable and lead to substantial savings for the industry. “…the authority recommends ... Read More »

Reliance Jio Broadband Preview Offer Expanding to More Cities, Said to Provide 100GB Data at 100Mbps

HIGHLIGHTS Reliance Jio is expanding JioFiber trials to more cities The service is said to come with 100GB data at 100Mbps speed Jio home broadband will reportedly be free for 3 months Reliance Jio customer care had confirmed on Twitter a few days ago that it is conducting trials for the JioFiber home broadband service in six cities at present. ... Read More »

Scrum master or Product Leader – who is more important?

IT is a department that is known to the firms to be operating solely. They will be given an assignment and they will turn up the work and complete the task. However, it has been often found that some product backlogs remain with them and they often cannot finish the task within the right time. To check out these things, ... Read More »

What can the UN do if your country cuts the internet?

It has been almost a year since internet access was declared a human right, yet infringements continue. Between January and March 2017, internet in two English-speaking regions of Cameroonwas cut off for almost 100 days following protests over an attempt to force the use of French in schools and courtrooms. In late April, the government blocked social media in India-administered ... Read More »

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson breaks internet with news of latest pick, baby Sienna

The pick is in. Er. . . or actually out. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is now a Dad. Wilson and his wife Ciara took to social media Friday to announce the arrival of their new baby girl, Sienna Princess Wilson. It’s only fate the couple welcomed their child during the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. “Dear Sienna ... Read More »

Facebook’s latest internet-beaming drone is a tiny tethered helicopter

Facebook wants the entire world to have internet. And as part of that quest, it has developed a small helicopter drone. Here’s the thing: the more people there are with internet, the more people it can get to sign up for Facebook. Naturally, Facebook wants to pipe internet everywhere. So far, it has come up with an internet-beaming drone plan, and its latest ... Read More »

Magic mirror has speakers and Internet

While it does not tell you who is the fairest of them all, Mirror by FRED – the world’s first luxury smart mirror and designed for the future-ready home – is packed with a gamut of intuitive and innovative features. Measuring 80cm by 50cm by 1.8cm and weighing 9kg, it boasts advanced air purifying technology and built-in speakers. Internet-connected, anti-mist ... Read More »

Malware forces Slovak internet

Fighting against malware in Slovak antivirus company Eset.(Source: Sme) Nowadays, when about three quarters of Slovaks use internet and the technology is spreading to many items of everyday use, malware threats are greatly increasing their power. Though in the past Slovakia differed in the number of attacks compared to other EU countries mainly due to the lack of direct internet ... Read More »