Saturday, 31 January 2015

iPhone 6 vs. Galaxy S5

After doing some Bitcoin work here are some reviews !

We think these are two terrific smartphones. If you're looking for someone to say that one is perfect, the other is garbage and there's one universal right answer for everyone, then you'll need to look elsewhere. Both are among the best smartphones of 2014, and each can make many people happy. The question is which one is better for you.
When comparing the latest iPhone and Galaxy flagships, screen size used to be an enormous advantage for Samsung. But with Apple giving the latest iPhones much bigger screens than their predecessors, it's less of an issue. At 4.7 inches, the iPhone 6 gives you 85 percent as much screen as the Galaxy S5 does:

You still get more screen from the GS5 (18 percent more, to be exact), but at least the iPhone is no longer living by a 2010-era definition of screen size.
... and if you still want more screen from an iPhone, you can always check out Apple's phablet, the iPhone 6 Plus. It stretches into a completely different category of phone, but the option for an enormous iPhone is there if you want it.
There were two advantages to the pre-2014 smaller iPhone screens. They fit easily in your pocket and hand, and they were easy to operate using one hand.
But the iPhone 6 does a good job of staying comfortable in hand and relatively inconspicuous in pocket. I don't see any cause for concern there. It is, however, a bit trickier to use with one hand, if you're making the upgrade from an older iPhone.

Both handsets have answers for one-handed use. On the Galaxy S5, a quick gesture shrinks the entire screen. On the iPhone, lightly double-tapping the Touch ID sensor slides top-level content down to the bottom (Apple calls this "Reachability").
I prefer Apple's approach for its smoother animation and for feeling like a more integrated part of the software (on the Galaxy, the one-handed shrinking doesn't always register the first time, and it also feels jerky). I do prefer Samsung's approach, though, for also shrinking the keyboard.

Build quality is a big advantage for the iPhone 6. This is probably the most beautifully-designed smartphone I've seen. Like all of Apple's recent products, it has an aluminum unibody construction. But this time Apple ditched the boxy and angular look, opting instead for rounded edges. The effect is astounding: it looks and feels smooth.
The Galaxy S5 has a dimpled plastic back and faux metal plastic edges. I don't mind the back part: it might look a bit odd, but its slightly soft-touch feel is comfortable in hand and it gives the phone a unique identity. That plastic band running around the edge, though, is a big minus. On theGalaxy Note 4, Samsung replaced this with real metal, and it makes a huge difference in feeling like you're using a high-end device.

Both phones get A's for screen quality. The GS5's is sharper (432 pixels per inch, compared to the iPhone's 326) and uses Super AMOLED technology for deep blacks and rich colors. The iPhone's screen, though, has terrific contrast, color accuracy and viewing angles.
I have no complaints about either screen, and I doubt you will either. There are more important areas to base your decision on.

The Galaxy S5 is water-resistant, which, depending on how you use your phone, could be a big plus. If you like to soak in the bath or hot tub, for example, you can bring your GS5 along for the ride. You could also leave it poolside, and swim to the edge and check your messages (you don't want to take it swimming, though). And of course it's great insurance against accidental drops in sinks, puddles or toilets.
Not all fingerprint sensors are created equal. Both phones have them, but the iPhone's is much better. On the Galaxy S5, you have to swipe your finger across the home button. You can only swipe from one angle, and I sometimes have to repeat swipes. On the iPhone, you just hold your finger on the Touch ID sensor for a brief moment.

Both phones have great cameras, but I'd give the edge to the iPhone's. The GS5's takes higher-resolution photos, but even when zooming or cropping, I think the iPhone's shots look better. Generally speaking, the GS5's shots look very saturated, while the iPhone's capture more subtle nuances of color in all lighting conditions.
The Galaxy's camera is also annoyingly slow to fire up from the lock screen: on it I can go from locked screen to snapped pic in about 6 seconds, while on the iPhone it takes about 3 seconds.
The iPhone has a slow-motion recording mode that's terrific (it records in 720p at 240 fps). If you have pets or go to lots of sporting events, it's especially nice to have. The GS5 has a slow-mo mode too, but it looks grainy and choppy compared to the iPhone's. You also can't adjust which segments of the GS5's video are in slow-mo and which are in regular speed, like you can in Apple's version.
The iPhone also has the advantage in low-lit shots. I snapped some test pictures in a dark (and messy) closet, with the flash off. As you can see, the difference was, quite literally, like night and day:

If you do get low on juice, the GS5 has a very cool trick up its sleeve. Ultra Power Saving Mode basically turns your expensive handset into a glorified feature phone, severely limiting available apps and turning its screen black & white. In this mode, it can turn 10 percent battery life into an extra 24 hours of uptime. Just toggle UPS Mode on when your phone is almost out of juice, and stay on the grid.
The GS5 also has a removable battery, while the iPhone's is sealed-shut. If you remember to a) buy a spare, b) keep that spare charged and c) keep it with you at all times (good luck with all of that), then it can give Samsung's phone yet another battery advantage over the iPhone.
If you like running two apps next to each other, then you might be interested in the GS5's Multi Window. I think this kind of split-screen multitasking works better on phablets and tablets than it does on standard smartphones like the GS5, but it's nice to have the option nonetheless. Just know that Multi Window only works with select apps.

Bitcoin Gambling

So after knowing about bitcoin some peoples want to earn more but they cant they try to gamble there money as bitcoin ! bitcoin gambling is just a fun .

so here is the best review from me :) hope you like it

Top Gambling sites :

1: Primedice
Welcome to, speed and simplicity; that’s how we roll!
Why play with us?
- Instant results and cashout
- Provably fair
- Simple to use
- Best odds of any bitcoin dice game (1% house)
- No account required
- Bet without polluting the blockchain
My partners and I were sick and tired of having to wait hours and hours to simply view the results of a bet. The beauty of dicing has always been the instant gratification and paralyzing suspense bottled up within a few brief moments. We sought to create a fair, trustworthy bitcoin gambling experience with highly competitive break-even odds for our bettors. We wanted to raise the bar on quality, and create the type of website we ourselves would want to bet with. We knew the site would have to be as simple, beautiful, and entertaining as possible to achieve this goal. Several long months and many cups of coffee later, we introduce to you…
As part of our dedication to creating the best gambling experience possible, we vow to uphold absolute transparency and constantly give back to the community.
Chat & Support

IRC: #PrimeDice @
Twitter: @PrimeDice

2 : Lucky-bit
Ah my favourite site !Putting suspense back into bitcoin gambling!
 play low, medium or high risk!
provably fair / instant payout / chat box
no player funds on site / beautiful interface ! You can verify your bets also here 

Email :
Twitter : @LuckyBitGame
Reddit :

3: Satoshibones

ith a promise of zillion ways to win, SatoshiBones is a Bitcoin Dice site that will instantly catch your attention. It has been in this industry for almost a year and you can say that its reputation has already been established. Aside from reliability, it also takes pride of innovative and rewarding features – reasons bitcoin players flock in their site.
You might be asking what’s special about SatoshiBones. Truth to be told, some of their features can also be found in other gaming platforms; however, you can still be assured of highlights you must get the most of and these are as follows: 1: Integrity 2: Fair

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4: satoshimines 
Moto Tongue (Try not to hit any of the mines on the 5x5 grid. The more greens you dig up, the higher your multiplier!)
Instant payouts comes to mind right off the bat regarding perks this Minesweeper company offers. Although it’s becoming more common for bitcoin gambling sites to offer such there is still over 50% of gambling sites that do not offer this perk so yes it should be considered as a positive on why you should join and try your luck here. Another really cool feature is the fact you can play on your mobile device. If your at the airport or possibly waiting to see the Dr your able to bet real bitcoins on your cell phone. Satoshi Mines claims they offer the best odds on all Bitcoin Minesweeper websites although they do not prove such claims. Update: We have recieved the documentation of such and have published the chart below with payouts.

5: Betchain
The casino offers 30 different games, which is more than many other Bitcoin brands. Games include classic casino games as well as some new slots and multiplayer options. It would have been nice to see craps included but the casino says it’s on its way.
The games you can expect to find inside include:
Blackack (including multihand)
Roulette (French, European, American)
Card games (including 5 poker varieties)
2 video poker machines
12 slots (up to 25 paylines) 
They also accepts Us players ! 
Email :

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Bitcoin : How to buy , How to spend

You can get bitcoins by accepting them as a payment for goods and services or by buying them from a friend or someone near you. You can also buy them directly from an exchange with your bank account.

Buy Bitcoins

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Spending .

here is a growing number of services and merchants accepting Bitcoin all over the world. You can use Bitcoin to pay them and rate your experience to help honest businesses to gain more visibility.


this site will help you much about spending bitcoins !


Part 2: Choosing wallet

Take time to educate yourself

Bitcoin is different from what you know and use every day. Before you start using Bitcoin for any serious transaction, be sure to read what you need to know and take appropriate steps to secure your wallet. Always remember that it is your responsibility to choose your wallet carefully and adopt good practices in order to protect your money.

There are many online wallets like provide the best online wallet and secured wallet . So want to know about Blockchain ? blockchain is also known as (bc) is a popular bitcoin wallet and block explorer service.Launched in August 2011, the service provides data on recent transactions, mined blocks in the bitcoin block chain, charts on the bitcoin economy, and statistics and resources for developers.Information from and links to the website are common in media coverage of bitcoin and in bitcoin forums.The website also provides a secure bitcoin wallet service. The mobile app for Androidallows users to send and receive bitcoins and browse block chain information.In December 2013, the company acquired ZeroBlock LLC, makers of the leading mobile bitcoin app. is the world's most visited bitcoin website, with over 118 million page views and over 3 million unique visitors in November 2013,and in January 2014 reached one million user wallets for its wallet service.
In February 2014, Apple removed the Blockchain app from the iOS App Store, prompting a harsh response from Blockchain and public outcry in the bitcoin community, most notably within the Reddit community.In July 2014, Apple reinstated the Blockchain app back into the iOS App Store.
In December 2014, became one of the first prominent Bitcoin wallets to offer a dedicated hidden service on the Tor network, for users who desire to conduct Bitcoin transactions with greater privacy and lesser third party surveillance, as well as to provide end-to-end encryption for Tor users who were previously vulnerable to malicious exit nodes sniffing their keys and stealing their Bitcoins.


Guys just thought you to tell about bitcoin a digital currency which can be spend easily without any fee or anything else the most secured payment system for those who do bussiness like things can do with bitcoin to feel safe :) 
here is some information about BITCOIN .

Bitcoin Short Form :
The short form of Bitcoin is BTC.

Information About Bitcoin :
Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks; managing transactions and the issuing of bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network. Bitcoin is open-source; its design is public, nobody owns or controls Bitcoin and everyone can take part. Through many of its unique properties, Bitcoin allows exciting uses that could not be covered by any previous payment system.

1 : Inform Yourself 

If you are about to explore Bitcoin, there are a few things you should know. Bitcoin lets you exchange money in a different way than with usual banks. As such, you should take time to inform yourself before using Bitcoin for any serious transaction. Bitcoin should be treated with the same care as your regular wallet, or even more in some cases!

IconSecuring your wallet

Like in real life, your wallet must be secured. Bitcoin makes it possible to transfer value anywhere in a very easy way and it allows you to be in control of your money. Such great features also come with great security concerns. At the same time, Bitcoin can provide very high levels of security if used correctly. Always remember that it is your responsibility to adopt good practices in order to protect your money. Read more about securing your wallet.

IconBitcoin price is volatile

The price of a bitcoin can unpredictably increase or decrease over a short period of time due to its young economy, novel nature, and sometimes illiquid markets. Consequently, keeping your savings with Bitcoin is not recommended at this point. Bitcoin should be seen like a high risk asset, and you should never store money that you cannot afford to lose with Bitcoin. If you receive payments with Bitcoin, many service providers can convert them to your local currency.

IconBitcoin payments are irreversible

Any transaction issued with Bitcoin cannot be reversed, they can only be refunded by the person receiving the funds. That means you should take care to do business with people and organizations you know and trust, or who have an established reputation. For their part, businesses need to keep control of the payment requests they are displaying to their customers. Bitcoin can detect typos and usually won't let you send money to an invalid address by mistake. Additional services might exist in the future to provide more choice and protection for the consumer.

IconBitcoin is not anonymous

Some effort is required to protect your privacy with Bitcoin. All Bitcoin transactions are stored publicly and permanently on the network, which means anyone can see the balance and transactions of any Bitcoin address. However, the identity of the user behind an address remains unknown until information is revealed during a purchase or in other circumstances. This is one reason why Bitcoin addresses should only be used once. Always remember that it is your responsibility to adopt good practices in order to protect your privacy. Read more about protecting your privacy.

IconInstant transactions are less secure

A Bitcoin transaction is usually deployed within a few seconds and begins to be confirmed in the following 10 minutes. During that time, a transaction can be considered authentic but still reversible. Dishonest users could try to cheat. If you can't wait for a confirmation, asking for a small transaction fee or using a detection system for unsafe transactions can increase security. For larger amounts like 1000 US$, it makes sense to wait for 6 confirmations or more. Each confirmation exponentially decreases the risk of a reversed transaction.

IconBitcoin is still experimental

Bitcoin is an experimental new currency that is in active development. Although it becomes less experimental as usage grows, you should keep in mind that Bitcoin is a new invention that is exploring ideas that have never been attempted before. As such, its future cannot be predicted by anyone.

IconGovernment taxes and regulations

Bitcoin is not an official currency. That said, most jurisdictions still require you to pay income, sales, payroll, and capital gains taxes on anything that has value, including bitcoins. It is your responsibility to ensure that you adhere to tax and other legal or regulatory mandates issued by your government and/or local municipalities.