The Atomic Toolkit Review: All You Need to Know

Have you ever wanted to setup your own personalized Linux HTPC, but didn’t want to spend hours at the terminal prompt running tedious commands? Perhaps you, like so many others, felt intimidated by the BASH shell. I know I’ve had times when I wanted to pull my hair out because I was chasing a package… Read More »

Xbox vs Playstation Media Center: Which is Best?

If you’re the type of person who can’t put down your stories, there has never been a better time to be alive. Multimedia content has experienced swift and drastic evolution over the last two decades, as Blockbuster Video painfully discovered when Netflix launched. And companies around the world have identified this trend, and responded with… Read More »

The Best Gaming Routers Out There for PS4

Every serious gamer knows how important it is to have a router that won’t bottleneck LAN traffic and cause undue amounts of latency. If you’re using a router that’s several years old, your gaming stats are probably suffering. Newer generations of routers are equipped with the latest and greatest technology to help you stay milliseconds… Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Silent Pocket

There are a million and one ways to become the next unfortunate soul victimized by identity theft. Modern hackers and identity thieves are sophisticated and cunning, yet most of their attack strategies are unknown to the average person. As far back as 20 years ago, people had an “it’ll never happen to me” mentality, thinking… Read More »

The Best Bluestacks Alternatives for 2018

Bluestacks has matured into a famous service that helps over 200 million people run mobile apps on their computers. It’s a clear leader in the mobile emulation market, but since its inception has garnered a lot of competition. Personally, I think it’s a great service, and it’s pretty cheap too. The basic free version does… Read More »

The Spider Oak One Backup Review: Is It Effective?

SpiderOak is a rather popular online backup and cloud storage provider. In fact, Edward Snowden commented that they are a much more secure alternative to other services like Dropbox. SpiderOak offers different products, but, their online storage and backup solution go under the name SpiderOak One. Despite the strange name, the software has extremely rich features and is available at… Read More »

The Best VPNs for Gaming You’ll Really Love

Let’s face it, online gaming is a blast. Unfortunately, real-time multiplayer games are among the most resource-intensive and latency/bandwidth-sensitive applications on the planet. And the necessity for lightning-fast connections is only compounded if you game competitively. Every gamer has, at one point or another, felt the harsh bite of lag. Internet connectivity isn’t always perfect.… Read More »

How to Access the Deep Web (And Why You Would Want To)

Some of you may have heard the terms “deep web” or “dark web” already, but still aren’t any wiser about what these terms actually mean. And to be fair, technical terms are often littered with jargon that makes talking with a technical expert feel like talking to someone who speaks a foreign language. And the… Read More »

WindScribe vs TunnelBear: Which One is Better?

Today we’re going to take a look at two strong contenders in the encryption and proxy server arena: TunnelBear and . Both companies have a lot in common too. Apart from both being based in Canada, both providers have a free version of their service that can be used indefinitely and is only inhibited by… Read More »

The Best VPNs for Japan That Work Best

Japan is an iconic country known for unique and beautiful landscapes, an old and vibrant history and a rich culture. Furthermore, it’s an economic powerhouse. Every year hoards of international business travelers and tourists flood through the country. But watch out: if you’re going to be traveling through Japan in the near future, what you don’t know can hurt… Read More »