So, this time IQ Option developers found a very interesting mean to gain more and more attention from their already vast public as tells us OptionMag. For example, make it possible to visit their offices through smartphones, from wherever in the world you are. You’ll have to admit that this is a pretty cool idea! Its headquarters, in fact, are quite far from every point of view, as they are located in the city of Limassol, on the island of Cyprus.
Thanks to Google Street View, an Agoraphobic photographer has been able to capture the world from the comfort of her room. For a long time, Jacqui Kenny’s life has been overwhelmed by a phobia of wide spaces and crowds, agoraphobia…. Read more >
We all know very well what Google maps use for, what Google Street view can offer us. But the technological world is going much more further. With Google maps and street view we can explore our future offices, we can… Read more >
A world-wide success that has consolidated in a very short time and in a flawless way from a qualitative point of view whereas in 2014, just three years ago, at the agency’s birth, there were just 18 countries of origin of traders with whom IQ options dealt with, while in 2016 they increased by about 10 times, reaching a stunning figure of 178 countries from Europe, America and Asia, particularly the Thailand where our friends from moneyonlinethai promote the broker. The miracle of the IQ option is not born out of nowhere. Everything that the agency represents today is enclosed in the offices of the headquarters of Limassol on the island of Cyprus.
The controversial Google site, Google street view infamously known for posting photos of thing deemed unworthy for view of the public eye, including , a dead body, albeit covered, published in south America and a couple snapped in the middle of a sex act down in a quiet backstreet in Manchester, has stuck again. This time the victims being two young girls aged three and four whose NAKED pictures were published on the site.
With the help of google street view, a vast network of forgotten cycle ways has been rediscovered across the United Kingdom
The routes which were created in 1934 and 1940 were found by an historian and cycling enthusiast Carlton Reid after scanning for their evidence online.Initially, they were put in place by the Transport ministry. However, many fell after world war two. The campaign to reinstate some of the routes is now underway, courtesy of Mr. Reid.