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What bitcoin is.

Posted on 30 July 2015

Bitcoin is a open-source payment system released in 2009. The system is peer-to-peer; users can transact directly without needing an intermediary. Transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called the block chain. The ledger uses its own unit of account, also called bitcoin. The big advandage is that the system works without a central repository or single […] Continue Reading

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Is Artificial Intelligence Just Around The Corner?

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Is Artificial Intelligence Just Around The Corner?

Posted on 01 June 2015

Professor Geoff Hinton, hired by Google, thinks that he’s on the brink of designing computer programs with the often overlooked “power of common sense.” For some people, having a robot partner with common sense might be a step up from their current “boo.” Hinton is helping to develop new algorithms for computers that will be able […] Continue Reading

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Handling the workloads of the Future.

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Handling the workloads of the Future.

Posted on 15 May 2015

The history of computing can be traced by the popular buzzwords of the day. In fact, at some point we should run a contest where everyone submits their 5 all-time favorite computer industry buzzwords. There have been dumb terminals, smart terminals, client server, thin client, peer-to-peer, virtualization, containers, cloud, paas, saas, iaas…the list, and the […] Continue Reading

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Spartan features

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Spartan features

Posted on 11 January 2015

We began talking about Microsoft’s plans to make a new browser back in September 2014. At that time, we didn’t know that the company forked the Trident engine to develop a different browser codenamed ‘Spartan’ alongside Internet Explorer. Recently, we took a quick peek at the user interface of the new browser, and now we […] Continue Reading

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AMD Unveils Carrizo Chip

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AMD Unveils Carrizo Chip

Posted on 29 November 2014

The mobile industry is now one of the biggest platforms to develop for. So much so that traditional PC business are clambering to leave a mark. Intel have made the move and it now looks like AMD are furthering their hold on the market. They are also developing their own system-on-chip or application processing unit […] Continue Reading

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A new offer and a new anticheat method.

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A new offer and a new anticheat method.

Posted on 20 March 2013

Today a great offer starts. Add funds and get a 50% bonus using any available payment gateway, Payza, Paypal, OKpay and/or Liberty reserve. Plus in order to ensure that our ads are effectively clicked by humans and not by bots, we have added an anti-cheat Ad, which logically should NOT be clicked.. Anyone click it, […] Continue Reading

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Forum change?

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Forum change?

Posted on 21 January 2012

With this post I’d like to update you about the possible upcoming changes concerning the forum. Since the day buxlead created back in 2010, we have a forum made on free phpBB. Since then most of our efforts have been put in optimizing buxlead itself rather than the forum. Over that time, we’ve noticed an […] Continue Reading

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Paypal is back.

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Paypal is back.

Posted on 16 December 2011

As Alertpay is having issues accepting credit cards since the beginning of October already plus the lack of Liberty Reserves users there is no better choice than adding again paypal as a payment option. Paypal is risky due to scammers and fraudulent payments which can result even in a bankruptcy of our business. However our […] Continue Reading

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