Monthly Archives: April 2019

The most useful football betting software (Part 1)

Football betting software is not strange for people who experience professional football betting, because it brings a lot of benefits for them. Football betting software helps you minimize accidents when choosing a match to bet…. Here we introduce all kinds of football betting software used by professional players which evaluated as the most effective football betting software today.

  1. Iwin

Iwin football betting software, used to balance between bookmakers, is especially effective when using pair of M88 and 188bet. This football betting software also has the function of crossing the firewall. Iwin uses automatic scanning technology, when the price is reasonable it automatically taken. The ability to win when using Iwin to trade Com is very effective.

  1. Maxbet Cloud

This is the software that automatically detects handicap and bet on the 2 dealers to get Commision, this software is used effectively in the houses of Sbo, Ibet … .. This software detects the price when available. It detect from 1 to 2 prices and automatically bet. The bettors can not win a lot but there is the likelihood of having a low accident.

  1. Superbet Pro

This is software developed by Malaysia’s 4lowin company, it is an upgrade of Superbet. This software is a one-price and two-price bet software between the two bookmakers M88 and 188bet, capable of selecting a bet, selecting a prize, selecting the odds (odds) as required … Features of the software Superbet Pro  with high-speed online scan, PM Superbet Pro analyzes through the company’s server to make it easier to bet, faster in speed, less accidents, just one M88 account and 188bet to get started betting, easy to install and user friendly.

  1. Crosswin

This software is built and designed according to the mindset of the bettors, according to the strategy built by the bettors themselves, this software has the advantage of using many different bookmakers. However, to achieve the highest efficiency, there must be many Internet, and different Ips.

iPhones mass-production in India to start during 2019

Foxconn’s founder and chairman, Terry Gou, has confirmed to the media that the company will start iPhones mass-production in India this year.

Terry Gou’s announcement comes when Foxconn, one of China’s largest companies, is expanding its manufacturing operations in India, the world’s second largest smartphone market. At this time, Foxconn is also involved in new high-tech areas, including artificial intelligence (AI) and self-driving cars.

Also during the event in Taipei yesterday, Gou said Foxconn will begin mass production of iPhones in India this year. This will help the company go deeper and promote the development of the smartphone industry in this country.

New production lines in India also show that Apple – Foxconn’s biggest customer – is seeking to increase iPhone sales in a number of untapped large markets, where Apple has also faced rivals which ever surpassed them in China like Huawei and Xiaomi.

According to reports from December last year, the iPhone models produced in India will be high-end devices, namely from the iPhone X. The most recent report said the iPhone X family mass production line will be launched in July.

Currently, it is unclear why Apple decided to assemble high-end iPhone models in India. The company only has a small market share in the smartphone market in India and concentrates on cheaper devices like iPhone SE, iPhone 6S and most recently iPhone 7.

However, it is likely that Apple is looking to diversify production of iPhone models for the US market. At this point, the US-China trade war could raise US import taxes from China by 25%, arguably the main reason why Apple sought to move its iPhone factory out of China. Although everything has eased somewhat, but due to the unpredictability of US President Donald Trump, this is still a wise plan of Apple.

In addition, the production of iPhone X in India may also help Apple achieve its goal of using 30% of components from India – a must for Apple to open a retail store in the country. You may not know, Apple recently reduced the price of iPhone XR in India to 25%.

Google shuts down Google+ flatform  

The search giant Google releases recently that the Google+, its failed social network, is finally shut down on Tuesday morning.

What was Google+ social network?

Google+ was launched in June 2011 as an invite-only platform before opening up to the public later in the year and competing with Facebook and Twitter. It was Google’s fourth attempt at a social network and had many of the typical features, with the capability of posting photos and updating status on individual feeds. Its key features can be used to sort friends into “Circles” and make group video calls with “Hangouts”.

When Facebook had “likes” and Twitter had “Favourites”, Google+ had the cumbersomely branded “Plus One” button.

What was the matter?

The platform Google+ failed to win people over, even after Google pushed it upon the thriving YouTube community. But Google decided to close the site only after it discovered a data breach in 2018.

Social media consultant Matt Navarra says that Google+ was predicted to fail from day one

The reasons affected the flatform includes user interface issues, the competition of earlycomer Facebook, the internal disagreement of the leverage of Google+ and the confuse user experience.

Google+ implemented a strict real-name policy and forbidded people who used pseudonyms or screen names, often locking them out of other Google tools such as Gmail.

Unusually, when brands and businesses set up profiles, it deleted their pages. It later admitted this was a mistake and decided businesses could set up Google+ profiles after all. But those who signed up were often confused by what they saw.

How Google+ are killed

In April 2014, Vic Gundotra- the founder of Google+, left the company. Then successful features such as Hangouts and Photos were separated from Google+ and run as independent services. Google started to detach Google+ from its apps such as YouTube and Google Play, much to the glee of video- and app-makers.

In 2015, Google+ had a makeover designed to aim at “communities” but this also failed to set alight interest in the platform. Finally, the discovery of two data breaches triggered Google to close the social network.

In 2018, it admitted viruses in its software caused the private information of up to 52 million members could be accessible by third-party developers.

Suddenly, Google released that few people genuinely used the site.

Now Google+ has been laid on the Google Cemetery website for commemoration.