Most Android-powered smartphone and tablets come with a build-in VPN, however, the process of setting up a Virtual Private Network and connecting to one can be time-consuming, and at times, quite tedious. Therefore, instead of manually configuring a VPN, you should try finding a company with dedicated apps for your OS, and instead of inputting server domains, all you should do is install the app, log in and connect to secure network. What Does a VPN Do? If you don’t know already, people mostly use VPNs in order to bypass geo-blocked content on sites like Netflix. But a VPN is a lot more than that; it’s also a protective tool that prevents your carrier and Internet Service Provider from monitoring your activities and throttling your speed. It’s also a smart idea to deploy a VPN every time you connect to a public network, and prevent any eavesdropping by a 3rd party. The fact is, every public hotspot has a couple of cybercriminals that are trying to access your device and…
Logitech introduced the G533 Wireless Gaming Headset. It’s backed by DTS Headphone:X technology and Logitech’s 40mm Pro-G audio drivers. The headset keeps a connection up to 50 feet away and includes rechargeable batteries.
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Products based on AMD’s upcoming Ryzen desktop processor made an appearance at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, spanning desktops and AM4-based motherboards. The company also said it’s working with third-party cooling suppliers for Ryzen-focused solutions.
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Today, Nvidia has announced that it’s releasing an update to its own Shield TV device, which is not only a media streamer but also a robust gaming machine. It now has 4K HDR streaming support, and access to Ubisoft’s Uplay.
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At its CES 2017 press event, HTC gave us the rundown on all of the latest Vive developments, including wireless adaptors, a Deluxe Audio Strap, and even a subscription service for virtual reality games and applications.
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The Rockstar Energy Car Pack update for Forza Horizon 3 on PC inadvertently contained a debug version of the game, leaking a swath of unannounced cars and causing corrupted save files.
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In his latest video, popular YouTuber 8-Bit Guy shows us how two “must-have” bits of 1980s’ gaming tech — the Light Pen and NES Zapper gun — actually worked. It’s surprisingly fascinating stuff.
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Lenovo’s all-new Legion Y720 has a great lineup of features for players who own a VR headset, including a “VR Upscaling” feature that no competitor offers.
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Samsung has three new laptops on show at its main booth at CES 2017, all targeting different audiences. It has something for workers, gamers, and budget notebook users, all with exciting features and compact chassis.
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