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Russia’s Online Gambling Payment Blacklist is getting new names!

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Russia’s internet gambling payment blacklist has developed bigger, while tech giant Google is looking at the following excellent for failing to filter blacklisted domain names from Russian search results.

On Thursday, Russia’s Federal Tax Service (FTS) additional 16 names to a list of businesses for whom Russian monetary institutions are forbidden from processing payments with players that are local. The last update to this record happened in late January.

The bulk of the most recent enhancements are operators primarily based in Curacao and Cyprus, including familiar faces such as Bonnal Ltd (1xBet), Shamoo Holding Ltd (MostBet) along with Panbet Curacao NV (MarathonBet).

Russia shows no sign of giving up its efforts to stop its citizens from gambling with anybody other than the approximately 20 online sportsbooks who have received local consent to function, even as many of those Russian licensees have internationally accredited versions of the brands that offer customers casino and poker products that Russian law now prohibits.

Russian authorities are also working hard to make sure that local citizens who may just be getting thinking about gaming have a harder time finding forbidden online alternatives. Last Friday, Russian telecom watchdog Roskomnadzor announced that it was considering a brand new administrative crime instance against Google after determining the tech giant had been failing to obstruct”more than a third” of prohibited domains from rising Russian search outcomes.

Roskomnadzor is now contemplating imposing a fine of up to RUB700k–the maximum amount possible under present law–for this second offense.

Last week, Roskomnadzor manager Alexander Zharov told Interfax that Google’s domain-filtering tries had at one stage reached eightieth effectiveness, but the company had then”rested” its attempts, after which the compliance rate slipped to 70 percent. Zharov left open the possibility that Google might be spared another fine if they”suddenly increase their filtering function to almost 100%.”

 

REGULATORS SEEK MORE BLOCKING POWERS

On a similar note, Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) needs the government to give it new powers to aim internationally-based movie file-sharing sites that frequently contain Russian-targeted online casino marketing.

Tatyana Nikitina, who heads the FAS’ advertisements management and unfair contest division, advised TASS that her agency wanted”the best to add websites that host illegal casino ads to the sign of prohibited sites in order that Roskomnadzor would block them later.”

VPN LAGGARDS WON’T FACE PUNISHMENT … YET

Late last month, Russian consumers of Kaspersky Secure Connection’s virtual private network (VPN) software began reporting that the application was no longer letting them access sites on Roskomnadzor’s naughty list. Users who attempted to visit such sites were also greeted with a notice saying that the domain in question”isn’t available from the Russian Federation.”

Kaspersky was among 10 VPN suppliers that was warned in March that they had 30 days in which to link to this FGIS or face the consequences. Kaspersky, that is based in Russia, is up to now the only VPN firm to comply. One of those additional nine providers shut down its Russian operations while the rest vowed to ignore Roskomnadzor’s demands.

At the instant, these unmanageable VPN services stay accessible by Russian punters, and Roskomnadzor’s Zharov told Vedomosti that his workplace would doubtless hold off acting before the authorities approved new laws that would significantly hike the fiscal penalties such companies would confront defying law.



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Xiaomi introduces Mijia Inkjet Printer priced at 999 yuan ($141)

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Today the Asian manufacturer has presented its Mijia Inkjet, an intelligent inkjet printer. And it is perhaps the most curious printer of this style in the market. Realistically, this Mijia printer (part of the Xiaomi ecological line) is not very different in design from the big ones in the market. But it is curious that you bet on this kind of products, something more ” smart “. Xiaomi Mijia Inkjet Printer was release with a price tag of $140.

Read also: Xiaomi WEMAX One Pro Ultra Short Throw 7000 ANSI Lumens Laser Projector Offered For $1399.99(Free shipping)

Mijia Ink Jet Printer

The device follows Xiaomi’s traditional minimalist design. The printer is equipped with a quad-core processor with a frequency of 1.2 GHz. It can easily print remotely from mobile devices and from cloud services. The print resolution of the Xiaomi Mi inkjet printer can reach 4800 x 1200 dpi, while the minimum line thickness is 0.1 mm. The paper tray design supports a variety of print media and paper sizes.

Xiaomi Mijia Inkjet Printer comes with a print head that prevents clogging, and also has an automatic maintenance function. If it is constantly connect to a power source, the print head will automatically service itself and clean every 7 days. In addition, the owner can manually activate the maintenance function from the Mijia application, through which printing can also be controlled.

Read also: Get The Xiaomi Smartmi Pure Evaporative Air Humidifier For $105.60(Coupon)

The printer supports scanning photos using the Mijia app, remote printing, smart correction and a number of other innovative features. The device works immediately when turned on, you do not need to install any drivers.

Inside the box is a set of cartridges: cyan, violet, yellow and black, which are easy to change separately. New cartridges cost $ 5, the source claims that the original set is enough to print several thousand pages. It is currently available on Gearbest for $410.35



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Redmi K20 series sells over 3 million units – Exclusive Edition to arrive on September 19

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Xiaomi’s Redmi K20 and K20 Pro have reached another milestone, topping 3 million sales worldwide. Back in July Xiaomi celebrated the 1 million sales mark of the Redmi K20 series and now that number has tripled just four months after its initial release. This makes the Redmi K20 series one of the most popular smartphone series for Redmi.

In case you do not know, the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro were launched as the Xiaomi Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro in the global market. Both of which have been incredibly successful outside the Chinese market as well. In fact, it’s success doesn’t come as a surprise keeping in mind how price worthy the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro are. In China, both devices come with an affordable price tag starting from just 1,999 Yuan ($289) and 2,499 Yuan ($361).

Alongside the new milestone, the brand teased a new Exclusive Edition of the Redmi K20 Pro which will be unveiled on September 19. According to the teaser poster, the phone will offer faster performance, better cooling and will be more durable.



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Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite released with a 48MP triple rear camera and SD710 SoC

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Early this year, Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, released the Xiaomi Mi 9 series which has the Xiaomi Mi 9, Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 9 SE. Later, the company brough the Xiaomi Mi 9T and Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro. Now, Xiaomi has decided to complete the lineup by releasing the Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite which is a budget smartphone for young people.

The Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite comes with a 6.39 – inch FHD+ AMOLED screen (Corning Gorilla Glass 5) and it uses an on-screen fingerprint sensor. The autonomy is entrusted to a battery of 4030 mAh. Xiaomi promises an autonomy of two days. The smartphone is supplied with a fast charger of 18W allowing to recover 50% of battery in 30 minutes. Moreover, it is powered by a Snapdragon 710 SoC coupled with 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal storage.

The Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite also stands out with its triple 48 MP rear photosensor. In detail, the set up consists of a main lens of 48 MP, an ultra-wide-angle lens of 118° and a 2 MP depth sensor. In the notch, there is a photosensor of 32MP. The Mi 9 Lite will be available in Europe from September 23, 2019, in the following colors: Blue, White, and Gray. The smartphone is sold at a starting price of €319 (about $350) for the version with 64GB of internal storage. While the variant with 128 GB of storage cost €349 (about $385).

XIAOMI MI 9 LITE SPECIFICATIONS

  • 6.39-inch (1080 × 2280 pixels) Full HD+ AMOLED display with 103.8% NTSC color gamut, Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection
  • Octa-Core Snapdragon 710 10nm Mobile Platform (Dual 2.2GHz Kryo 360 + Hexa 1.7GHz Kryo 360 CPUs) with Adreno 616 GPU
  • 4GB / 6GB LPDDR4x RAM with 64GB / 128GB (UFS 2.1) storage, expandable memory up to 256GB with microSD
  • Hybrid Dual SIM (nano + nano / microSD)
  • Android 9.0 (Pie) with MIUI 10
  • 48MP rear camera with 1/2.0? Sony IMX586 sensor, 0.8?m pixel size, f/1.79 aperture, LED flash, EIS, 8MP 118° ultra-wide angle lens with 1.12?m pixel size, f/2.2 aperture, 2MP depth sensor with 1.75?m pixel size, f/2.4 aperture
  • 32MP front-facing camera with f/2.0 aperture
  • In-display fingerprint sensor
  • 3.5mm audio jack, Hi-Res audio, Infrared sensor
  • Dimensions:  156.8×74.5×8.67mm; Weight: 179g
  • Dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11ac dual-band, Bluetooth 5, GPS/GLONASS/Beidou, NFC USB Type-C
  • 4030mAh (typical) / 3940mAh (minimum) battery with QC 4.0 charging, 18W fast charger



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