With the introduction of online casinos, it was inevitable that the first type of games to be introduced were slots as these were the most popular and it did not take long before the popularity of these machines were recognized by the industry and investment in improving along with innovating was quick to follow. One of the most significant events happened around this time and that was the introduction of the provably fair technology. This was something players have wanted for a long time. How it works is by using a Random Number Generator (RNG) a player can see the odds applied by the house and therefore his chances of winning. These can be checked by the player which proves the spins are provably fair. As slots have become more and more popular the graphics and sounds have improved beyond all recognition with many themes both modern and classic being regularly introduced. A modern online casino will now have hundreds of assorted slots to pick from and the best betting offer at these … [Read more...] about How Bitcoin Has Changed Online Slots Machines
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LAS VEGAS, Nevada — More changes could be coming to the "free drink" system in Las Vegas casinos.There is special technology on table-top machines, such as video poker, that monitors when you earn a comped drink. Now, gamblers may see it on slot machines, too.Ardent Progressive Systems and Games has already installed its technology on about 90 slot machines at The Riverside Resort in Laughlin.It's considered a trial run for a couple months to see how it goes."The hope now is, the trial down in Laughlin will be successful and then we've got several properties that are waiting to see the results of that and possibly implementing it in the near future up here in Las Vegas," said Albert Tabola with Ardent Progressive Systems and Games.The technology is a strip of LED lights that faces you while you play. Red means you're not ready for a drink. Green means you are ready for a drink. Yellow means you're getting close to qualifying for a drink. Orange means you're playing too … [Read more...] about Las Vegas casinos may begin to implement ‘free drink’ monitoring on slot machines
The competition for the world's biggest "battle royale" video game got even hotter on Monday with a not-too-surprising announcement: Playerunknown's Battlegrounds now has a free mobile version available across the world. Downloads are now live for all iOS 9.0 and later devices and most Android 5.1.1-and-above devices with at least 2GB RAM. Based on our preliminary tests of the live American version, this famously unoptimized game is way more playable—even on older, legacy devices—than it has any right to be. Monday's news follows last week's surprising announcement that the similar shooting game Fortnite: Battle Royale had already begun rolling out beta invites to its own mobile version. Unlike Epic Games' product, however, PUBG Mobile requires no closed-beta invites. PUBG Mobile itself was no secret, having received a rollout on Chinese iOS and Android devices in February—and that launch decision may have to do with PUBG's publisher, Tencent, operating in China. … [Read more...] about Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is now free on iOS, Android—and dang, it’s solid
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader The Switch Perspective Perspective Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events by Geoffrey A. Fowler by Geoffrey A. Fowler Email the author April 5 at 12:32 PM Email the author Allie Ghaman for The Washington Post Let’s play the Price is Right. What’s a Facebook membership worth? $7 per month? $5? $1? It’s a trick question, because Facebook has always been free. But what if there was a way you could pay to remove the eerie targeted ads, stop it from tracking every little thing you do and make your data … [Read more...] about What if we paid for Facebook — instead of letting it spy on us for free?
Best free iPad games So you've got an iPad, but have come to the dawning realisation that you've got no cash left to buy any games for it.Have no fear, because the App Store offers plenty of iPad gaming goodness for the (unintentional or otherwise) skinflint.Haven't bought an iPad yet and not sure which is best? We've got them listed on our best iPad ranking - or you can check out the best tablets list to see the full range available now.Our updated pick of the best free iPad games are listed right here.New this week: Turn Undead: Monster HunterTurn Undead: Monster Hunter is a spooky run-and-gun platformer, in the same territory as arcade classic Ghosts ’n Goblins. Hordes of zombies, vampires and werewolves need offing by way of your trusty supply of stakes, before you make for an exit – and a few moments of feeling smug.But Turn Undead has another trick up its sleeve: it’s turn-based. This means time only moves on when you do, which upends everything you thought you … [Read more...] about Best free iPad games 2018