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How to Watch E3’s PC Gaming Show, Wherever You Are

In case you hadn't noticed, E3 has started. You probably wouldn't have guessed looking at our homepage, but the games industry's biggest event of the year is currently taking place over in Los Angeles. We've already had the big conferences from Microsoft, EA, and Bethesda, but there's still plenty more to come. Ubisoft, Square Enix, Sony, Nintendo, and of course the PC-centric PC Gaming Show, which is being put together by our cooperate siblings at PC Gamer. Read More >>

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YouTube to MP4: How to Download YouTube Videos to HD MP4 Format

There are a lot reasons for wanting to download a video from YouTube, or any number of similar video hosting sites. You may need to reclaim your own content as a back-up, there may be a tutorial you know you’re going to need when your data connection is going to be spotty, and so on. Read More >>

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The PC Gaming Show Returns to E3 on 11th June

Every June E3, the biggest event on the gaming calendar, arrives in Los Angeles, with publishers and developers showing off all the games they're going to release over the next 12 months. On addition to the big-name publishers, the last few years have seen our colleagues at PC Gamer host their own show to give PC gaming some much needed love. This year is no exception, and it's been confirmed that the PC Gaming show will be returning to E3. Read More >>

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Look the Part and Sound the Part With Urbanears’ Plattan 2 Bluetooth Headphones

When it comes to a great pair of headphones, sound isn’t the only thing that matters these days. How they look is important, too. Gone are the days of wearing discreet in-ear headphones; instead we want bigger and better sounds - and with that comes a bigger and better headset. Not all have to be bulky and unsightly though. Take Urbanears’ latest pair of headphones, the Plattan 2 Bluetooth – a perfect balance between brilliant sound and ingenious design. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

Accessing local content while travelling or living abroad has become increasingly difficult as streaming services or apps like BBC’s iPlayer have begun to use region blocks to prevent users from accessing their content based on their IP address.  However by using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can easily change your IP address to one from your home country which will let you bypass region blocks and access your favourite content while simultaneously improving the security of all of your devices. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

When installing a new app many users don’t even consider the security implications of the permissions being requested and malicious apps are often granted access to your photos or even your camera without a real purpose for doing so.  In this case due diligence is required when downloading and installing new apps but how can you protect your mobile devices from external threats on the networks you connect to throughout the day?  By using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can help protect your devices on public Wi-Fi or any other network where a third party may try to gain access to your sensitive data. Read More >>

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The New Technology That’s Helping People Sleep

Technology can do a lot to help you sleep at night. Blue light filters can stop all the screens of 21st century life messing with your internal clock, and there are even gizmos that help you de-stress and nod off at the end of a long day. But there’s a different kind of technology and engineering that’s helping people get a good night’s rest, and it’s one you’re probably not expecting. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

If you use multiple email accounts for work, then you know how useful it can be to have them all accessible in one place.  Protecting them though can be a different story especially if you travel often or work on Public Wi-Fi.  By using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can protect all of your personal data and the devices you use throughout the day with an additional layer of security that keeps prying eyes away from even your most sensitive emails. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

While Internet of Things and other connected devices have certainly grown in popularity, they are far from secure and could even be spying on you.  Protecting yourself and your data online has never been more important and many users often overlook their own security online.  By using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can secure your data and your devices by adding an additional layer of security that will protect you on any network you connect to. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

Whether you’re discussing sensitive information for business or just want the peace of mind from knowing your private conversations are not being stored by the messaging app you’re using then you may already be using an encrypted messaging app.  Apps such as WhatsApp or Signal do offer more protection but to truly secure your conversations you’ll need to use them over a VPN.  By using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can change your IP address and virtual location which will help keep you hidden from anyone snooping on your whereabouts. Read More >>

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When Nano Technology Ups its Viewing Game

In recent years it seems like consumers have been spoiled for choice when it comes to great TVs. Smart TVs have changed the way people consume their content, screens have been getting bigger, picture quality has seen incredible improvements with 4K UHD and HDR, and most importantly people have been able to go out and buy the things for themselves. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

Back to school season is upon us and whether you’re heading off to University for the first time or trying to make the most of your senior year, there a number of great gadgets that can make your student life easier.  While a new laptop or a streaming box will allow you to get online, you won’t be able to access all of your favourite sites due to your university’s firewall.  By using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can bypass network restrictions and browse the web freely. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

Leaving home without your smartphone just isn’t a thing in 2017.  In today’s world we need to be reachable either by phone, text or message at all times and while being connected has its benefits it also has its negatives.  Hackers have slowly begun to target smartphones over the past few years and keeping your iPhone or your Android phone secure on the go is not necessarily an easy thing.  By using a VPN to connect to the Internet, you can keep your mobile devices and the sensitive data on them secure on any network you connect to throughout the day. Read More >>

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VPN Deals of the Week

Routine computer maintenance can save you a lot of headaches down the road and keep your devices running smoothly.  While we often free up space on our hard drives or update our programs and utilities every few months, keeping your computer secure on a daily basis can be challenging.  By using a VPN to connect to the Internet though, you can rest easy knowing your devices are protected by an additional layer of security at all times. Read More >>