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The best examples of Python apps: Here are the top 12

July 31, 2018
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Python is one of the popular programming languages. It is easy to learn and read. In addition to this, it has a vast library. That’s why Python app development is popular among developers. This article deals with some of the favorite Python apps. 1. YouTube YouTube is a top-rated online video streaming app and website. […]

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5 Streaming Services to Watch Your Favorite Movies

March 31, 2018
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Entertainment has momentous importance in our everyday lives. Watching movies has been a favorite pastime for humans for a long time. A great movie can easily impact the viewer’s attitudes towards various ideas and goals. These days, people tend to remember movies more than they remember poetry, books or gags. They make us experience thrill, […]

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Will Apple’s $1 billion investment towards video streaming services fuel its next phase of growth?

August 21, 2017
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It seems everyone wants a stake in the video streaming pie! After Disney shocked the world with the announcement of its video streaming service, it is the turn of Apple to throw its hat in the ring. With this announcement, Apple will join the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO and a host of […]

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How To Get American Netflix In Australia

January 16, 2017
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Despite the launch of Australian Netflix in 2015, a lot of Aussies still hunt for ways to unblock US Netflix. Though a lot of content has been added each month to the Australian Netflix and the selection of movies and TV shows is getting better, it still pales in comparison to what is shown on […]

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IPVanish adds 2 new VPN servers and release Mac client

November 8, 2012
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IPVanish has today launched 2 new VPN servers, one in Seoul, South Korea, as well as one in Dusseldorf, Germany. As with all existing IPVanish servers, the Seoul and Dusseldorf servers plug directly into IPVanish’s tier-1 VPN network, support OpenVPN, L2TP and PPTP connectivity, and come at no added cost to new and existing customers. Also […]

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Why Will Internet TV escape legacy media rules?

October 17, 2012
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The traditional use of the internet has vastly evolved and now, due to much increased speed, many things are made possible through use of the internet. Lately, internet is vastly being used for television series viewing purpose. You can download or stream video content online, whatever mode suits your interests. While the latest DirecTV offers are available at [tp lang=”en” only=”y”]www.sattvdirect.net[/tp][tp not_in=”en”]www.sattvdirect.net[/tp], you can […]

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How To: Netflix, Hulu, Pandora etc. from outside USA + free Olympics 2012 Streaming

August 5, 2012
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If you’re here to watch the Olympics 2012 in London for free, then scroll to the bottom of the post 🙂 As for the rest, how to access Netflix, Hulu, Pandora and many other similar US-based services from outside the USA, meet UnoTelly. UnoTelly’s “UnoDNS” is a DNS-based “unblocker” that will give you access to […]

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How to hide your a** on the Internet – and why you should!

May 12, 2012
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Here’s how the Internet works: Imagine you sitting at home, writing a message to a friend in another city. You write that message on a postcard and deliver it by post, shortly after it arrives at the recipient and everything is okay. But underway, how many people do you think might have read your message? […]

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Netflix’s Most Recent Social Media PR Debacle: Meet Jason Castillo

September 20, 2011
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Pretty much all of the recent news surrounding Netflix has been bad. They have increased the price for subscribers to both of their services from $9.99 a month to $15.99 a month. They are imposing a limit on the amount of content users can simultaneously stream. They are also facing harsh negotiation deals from major […]

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Best Blu-ray Players

June 15, 2011
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When Blu-ray players first came on the market, they were exclusive, expensive pieces of technology. Now that a few years have gone by and the prices have fallen, there are more than a few models to choose from. But which players offer the best of performance, features and price? Here are the top Blu-ray players […]

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7 iPad Apps That Can Save You Money

February 19, 2011
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Your iPad is capable of much more than gaming, browsing the web, checking email and staying up to date with everything on the social web. In fact, come to think of it, there’s not much that it can’t do – including helping you to stay on top of your personal finances. Hand picked from the […]

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AppleTV being pulled from lots of countries

September 2, 2010
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Apparantly the new AppleTV, announced yesterday along with other Apple products and iTunes 10, will not be launched in countries where Apple can not offer movie and TV shows rentals, despite the 1st generation AppleTV being sold in those countries. I cannot confirm this but it’s the word out of Apple in Denmark, a country […]

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