How to Surf the Web Anonymously

The Internet can lull us into a false sense of security. After-all, when we’re hidden behind a phone, tablet or computer, how can anyone know who we are? Unfortunately, though, every time we log on to the internet, we are…

VPN Tutorial: A Complete Virtual Private Network (VPN) Guide

In this tutorial, we’ll go over what virtual private network (VPN) is, why it’s essential to use one, and how to correctly set it up.

When Will We All Get 5G?

If you thought 4G signal was fast, then you better get ready for 5G, a connection so fast it’s been likened to having fibre internet on our phones. And you may be getting it far quicker than you might think.…

What Can You Expect From the Apple Event?

For technology and gadget fans, an Apple event is like Christmas. Particularly when the rumours surrounding the event, happening this September 12th, suggest that the Apple equivalent of Santa Claus appears to have more than just iPhone presents to share…

The Growing Pains and Inevitable Takeover of Autonomous Vehicles

AI development is moving ahead at a pace most industries are unready to adapt to, with looming promises of workers being replaced with deep-learning systems and automation with human oversight. Many sectors both public and private are unready for these…

Rounding up E3 2018’s Biggest Surprises

Without excessive preamble, here’s a breakdown of the biggest reveals and announcements at E3 2018.

Understanding the Massive Security Concerns of Meltdown & Spectre

By now, you’ve probably heard about the dual threats of Meltdown and Spectre, the two latest and potentially largest threats to any computer’s security in quite a few years.

VPN Realities in the Wake of Net Neutrality

In a world where the U.N. has declared internet access a basic human right, why are so many companies being given unrestricted power over how they present it to customers?

Tech Heroes: Innovation for the Modern Era

For every story of an entrepreneur finding success after hardship, there are dozens of stories of bright young hopefuls who met failure and were dissuaded from pursuing their dreams.

Pay to Play, Pay to Win: AAA Titles and Microtransactions

Big-name game studios are starting to take cues from mobile game developers. Unfortunately, they’re not taking cues for the right reasons.