Spotted Android Hat

So, I’ve been here in Vegas for a few hours. I’ll be honest, it’s not really a city I would likely ever visit, if I didn’t have to come out here for business, once a year. Once I get here, however, it’s nice to know that I’m among my own.I can’t imagine a more definitive…

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Netgear Releasing 3G LTE Routers

Netgear showed of a new line of 3G / LTE mobile broadband routers at the Mobile World Congress this week. The company claims that the new line of routers will allow users have a connection that acts like it is wired when the devices are using the Wi-Fi. No word on when the new line…

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Google will release a physical Wallet card

If you’re in an area that supports NFC transactions, and you have a device that supports NFC transactions, and you are on a carrier that allows you to use payment apps, Google Wallet is pretty neat. Standing in line at the local grocery store, I’ve already got my phone in hand. I just tap the…

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Greek PM moves two ministers in minireshuffle

Greece’s technocrat prime minister, Lucas Papademos, moved two government ministers on Tuesday, in a mini cabinet reshuffle unlikely to affect the debt-laden country’s efforts to avert a chaotic default. Papademos appointed Socialist Mihalis Chrysohoidis as the new civil protection minister, his office said in a statement. Chrysohoidis replaces Christos Papoutsis, who left the government last…

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Fires continue across Greece

Firefighters were battling several blazes around Greece on Tuesday, including one in Neos Voutzas, northeastern Attica, and another on the island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese.Fires were also burning in Keri on Zakynthos, Melissa in Kyllini, in the Peloponnese, and Bisti on Hydra. Meanwhile, on Tuesday firefighters managed to bring under control blazes in Aghia…

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Former Greek PMs mother fights Swiss account claim

The mother of former Greek prime minister George Papandreou has sued financial investigators and three newspapers over claims she held a $550 million Swiss bank account, a judicial source said last week.Margaret Chadd, 90, accuses the weekly edition of To Vima and scandal-prone Proto Thema and Dimokratia of falsely claiming she held the account, linking…

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Government giving mixed signals on reforms

Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram As technical teams resume their fact-finding efforts in Athens, eurozone finance ministry officials are to discuss Greek proposals for reforms amid mixed signals from the government about what measures are actually on the table of talks.The Euro Working Group discussion, which is to continue Thursday, is to assess how much progress…

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One Nation senator Peter Georgiou rejects partys Muslim ban

One Nation senator, Peter Georgiou has rejected his party’s proposed ban on Muslim immigration. The newly appointed senator said that every person seeking to live in Australian, regardless of their religious background, should go through the same channels including strict background checks. “If they are Muslim and they’ve passed the checks that the Australian government…

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Freemasons lodge to honour OXI Day

For the first time this month, a Freemasons lodge in Australia is set to hold an event honouring a different community.The Gregorios Lodge is set to host commemorations for Oxi Day, marking 78 years since General Metaxas said ‘Oxi’ to Mussolini’s ultimatum to enter Greece in 1940.Taking place on Tuesday 30 October, two days after…

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