As more and more countries and companies try to know everything about our online activities, whether for good purposes or not, online privacy has become a very important aspect of our life. One of the best ways to improve your online privacy, but also get access to any kind of content, from anywhere in the world, is to subscribe to a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service. ExpressVPN is one of the most popular VPN providers nowadays, so we thought it would be quite a good idea to see what they're offering. We used their VPN services for quite a while now, and it's time for us to share everything we’ve learned about their services, in this review:
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Microsoft has released all kinds of accessories for their Microsoft Surface line-up of devices. One of them is Microsoft Surface Ethernet Adapter - a USB to Ethernet adapter that's designed to work with all Surface devices as well as other PCs with a USB 3.0 port available. We tested this adapter on our very own Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and we would like to share our conclusions, in this review:
F-Secure is a security company that built its first Windows antivirus a really long time ago, back in 1994. They were also the first company to ever develop an Anti-rootkit technology. These two facts are enough for us to have great expectations from their security products. Over the last week or so, we took F-Secure SAFE Internet Security, their latest security product (version 15.3) and tested all its core components. Today, time has come for us to share what we've learned about it. Let's see how good (or bad) F-Secure does these days:
Samsung is one of the most important players on the mobile devices market, having released high-end and top-ranked devices for quite a few years now. Every mobile devices enthusiast on the planet has heard of their Galaxy line of smartphones and tablets. Whenever a new Galaxy device is released, the world's eyes turn to it. So it's no wonder that earlier this year, when Samsung launched its latest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S6 edge, everybody wanted to see what the big fuss was about. We got curious and managed to get ahold of this piece of technology and we can safely say, we were quite impressed. If you want to know the whole story behind our statement, read this review and find out:
Many countries, companies and people have developed a habit of trying to track every move or decision you make on the Internet. Whether you don't want your country's secret services to monitor you, companies to track your habits when online or you just want to access online content that's not available in your country, using a good Virtual Private Network (VPN) service is one of the best ways of hiding your true physical location. If you'll do a Google search for "VPN service", you'll find that there are many companies that offer VPN services. However, not all are true to their promises. While some of them are really good, others are not and they are trying to make a buck off you without actually making you less traceable. In this review, we're going to take a look at CyberGhost Premium - one of the most popular VPN services out there and see if it deserves its popularity:
It's time to get ourselves more acquainted with the portfolio of wireless routers offered by TP-LINK. This time, we will test their second most expensive router at the time of this review: TP-LINK Archer C9. It is a solid device, with very good specifications, at a very reasonable price. We tested it in our labs for about two weeks and now we are ready to share our conclusions. Learn whether this router is worth buying or not, from this review:
The TP-LINK RE210 AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender is a reasonably priced device that promises to help you improve the coverage of your 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless networks. If you look at its specifications, it delivers what you would expect, but does its performance stand out when compared to similar devices? We tested TP-LINK RE210 for a week and now we are ready to share our conclusions about this device, in this review. Let's see what we have learned:
We love it when we receive high-end performance devices for testing and we recently got our hands on Toshiba's latest and greatest ultrabook device: the KIRA-107 model, which we'll refer to as KIRA, for the purpose of this review. This is a high-quality ultrabook with impressive performance. It's a very sleekly built device with Windows 8.1 that will turn people's heads around. We have used it for over a week and have made up our mind on whether or not it's worth considering as your next ultrabook. Read up on this article to see what we decided.
Years ago there was a program called LapLink, that used a proprietary cable to transfer and sync data between computers. As the name implies, it was originally intended to sync files between desktop and laptop computers, but it actually worked on any PC and was very useful for making backups as well. The software was deservedly popular and very good at what it did (The LapLink company is still active, but their focus is a bit different these days). The Inateck HB4009 USB 3.0 3-Port Hub & Magic Port is designed to do what those LapLink cables did, once upon a time, and it has a lot of extra features that make it look very appealing. Does it live up to its promises? Our review will find out.
When it comes to browsing the web, the Windows Store selection is not very rich. In the already small list of available browser apps you should remove the ones which are unreliable and bloatware apps. Also, a good browser is not necessarily free, but you should be able to enjoy a decent browsing experience at the lowest cost. This is why you bought a Windows Phone after all, isn't it? According to these requirements, most of the browsers are already crossed off the list. In this article, we created a list containing the best web browsers for Windows Phone.
The ASUS Tri-Band Wireless-AC3200 router or RT-AC3200 as it is named by its manufacturer, is the most expensive wireless router offered by ASUS. It's the first tri-band wireless router in this company's portfolio and it boasts some very impressive specifications and a price to match them. Last year, when we reviewed its predecessor - ASUS RT-AC87U, we were very impressed. Imagine our curiosity when we received the upgrade to last year's model. We used ASUS RT-AC3200 in our test lab for a couple of weeks and now we are ready to share our conclusions:
As some of you surely know, June was an important month in the IT&C industry, since Computex took place in Taipei. Our friends at ASUS were also there, announcing some great new products. An interesting pair of products comes from the Republic Of Gamers (ROG) product line, namely the ASUS ROG GX860 Buzzard laser gaming mouse and the ASUS ROG GM50 mousepad. We tested them for a while and we now invite you to read our full review to learn more about these new products: