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- GBGA to launch legal challenge against UK gambling law 20/08/201420 August 2014GBGA to launch legal challenge against UK gambling lawThe Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (GBGA) has filed a legal challenge against a law that has introduced a new gambling licence regime in the UK.
- William Hill agrees Aston Villa and BT Sport deals 20/08/201420 August 2014William Hill agrees Aston Villa and BT Sport dealsUK bookmaker William Hill has entered into new partnerships with English Premier League (EPL) football club Aston Villa and UK pay-television broadcaster BT Sport.
- Betdigital to supply HTML5 games through Odobo 19/08/201419 August 2014Betdigital to supply HTML5 games through OdoboContent and systems developer Betdigital has agreed a deal to supply its HTML5 games portfolio to various operators through the platform of games developer and content marketplace Odobo.
- GBGA to launch legal challenge against UK gambling law 20/08/2014
- Israel blamed for killing army chief’s family 20/08/2014Mohammed Deif is commander of Islamist group’s al-Qassam wing and news comes as the ceasefire between the two territories crumbled and fighting resumed overnight
- BoE unanimity on rates crumbles 20/08/2014Ian McCafferty and Martin Weale voted to increase the main interest rate by 25 basis points, the first time any member has voted for a rise since July 2011, minutes show
- Glencore plans $1bn share buyback 20/08/2014Move steals a march on rivals BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto and the announcement comes alongside half-year figures that beat analysts’ expectations
- Israel blamed for killing army chief’s family 20/08/2014
- Smart Armband Maker Sets Sights on the Enterprise 19/08/2014Today Thalmic Labs, maker of the upcoming Myo gesture controlled armband, announced four new enterprise-focused partnerships.IT News
- More than a toy: Oculus Rift VR headset becomes a tool for real-life surgery demos 18/08/2014Over the weekend, I attended a virtual reality meetup near my home city of Cincinnati. The event had plenty of Oculus Rift units on hand, but it also had a couple other VR headsets priced at more than $10,000.IT News
- With SmartThings buy, is Samsung embracing an open Internet of Things? 15/08/2014In acquiring SmartThings, Samsung is gaining a philosophy, platform and development community for the Internet of Things. It may also be betting that open standards -- open platforms -- will be the key to winning this market.IT News
- Smart Armband Maker Sets Sights on the Enterprise 19/08/2014
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- South-east Asia economic integration could worsen inequality: studyA plan by South-east Asian countries to establish a European Union-inspired single market next year could worsen inequality and is likely to benefit men more than women, a new study warned Wednesday.eub2
- Sicilian hilltop houses on sale for one euro, great view includedIt's an offer you can't refuse: rustic abodes in a picturesque hilltop village on the island of Sicily, once home to Italian peasants and their donkeys, are up for sale for just one euro.eub2
- Huge discrepancies on heart disease in EuropeRussians and Ukrainians aged 55 to 59 die from coronary heart disease at a higher rate than Frenchmen who are 20 years older, a study released Wednesday of Europe's cardiovascular health showed.eub2
- South-east Asia economic integration could worsen inequality: study
- Voting against Muslim candidate 'sinful', Londoners told 20/08/2014Credits: JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty ImagesAlt Text: Lutfur Rahman, Labour Party mayor of Tower Hamlets Muslim mayor of Tower Hamlets said anyone voting against him would be punished in afterlife, court papers allege One-Minute Read Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 9:41am Britain's first Muslim mayor, Lutfur Rahman, has been accused of telling Islamic electors […]RobB
- Industrial revival or sweatshop UK? 20/08/2014Credits: Christopher Furlong/Getty ImagesAlt Text: A technician at work on a factory production line UK manufacturing costs now rival those in Eastern Europe, but low-paid workers may not join the celebrations Talking Point Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 9:23am Britain is now the 'lowest-cost manufacturing economy of Western Europe', according to a r […]RobB
- Arsenal survive Besiktas storm as Wenger rages over Ramsey 20/08/2014Credits: BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty ImagesAlt Text: Aaron Ramsey rides a challenge at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul Gunners favourites to make Champions League, despite outrageous Demba Ba effort Match Report Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 9:13am Besiktas 0 Arsenal 0. The Gunners weathered a Turkish storm to establish themselves as favourites to qualify […]RobB
- Voting against Muslim candidate 'sinful', Londoners told 20/08/2014
- Five vocational subjects to be certified at Sec level 20/08/2014Five vocational subjects will be recognised by the Matsec board for the first time at Sec level from the new scholastic year, Education Minister Evarist Bartolo announced today. These subjects will be engineering, IT, agribusiness, health and social care, and hospitality. Mr Bartolo said that this will be among a host of changes which will come into force as […]
- 111-year-old named oldest man 20/08/2014A 111-year-old retired educator from Japan who enjoys poetry has been recognised as the world's oldest living man. Sakari Momoi received a certificate from Guinness World Records today. He succeeds Alexander Imich, of New York, who died in April at the age of 111 years, 164 days. The world's oldest living person is also Japanese: Misao Okawa, a 116 […]
- Peugeot launches GTi 30th anniversary special edition 20/08/2014Peugeot has unveiled the 208 GTi 30th anniversary edition on the occasion of the Goodwood Festival of Speed. 30 years after the 205 GTi, Peugeot said it had reinterpreted the legend in a more radical version of the 208 GTi. The 208 GTi 30th delivers more intense driving sensations with a new Euro 6 1.6-litre THP petrol engine developing 208 hp and torque inc […]
- Five vocational subjects to be certified at Sec level 20/08/2014