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Technology

Data Theft

Everyone wants peace of mind when they use their computer. After all, why shouldn’t you feel secure in your own home? Companies are consistently upping their game to make sure all your precious data that is stored and transferred, remains private and secure. Even something as seemingly simple as video conferencing has a need for beefed-up security measurements nowadays.

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FrootVPN

Ever been to Stockholm, Sweden? Neither have we. But now you can make whoever might be snooping on you think you’re in Sweden.

A few days ago, The Pirate Bay promoted FrootVPN on their main page. Out of pure curiosity we checked it out and while it sounded a little too good to be true, they seemed legit and their offerings were too good to pass. So we jumped right in to test the waters and we’re quite surprised with the results. Most free VPN services out there are outright scams with slow speeds, but we’re getting decent speeds here with no noticeable issue across all our devices (a couple laptops and Androids).

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The Fastest Way to Exchange Your Cryptocurrencies

by Jeremiah on October 14, 2014

shapeshiftio

Shape Shift is the fastest way to exchange cryptocurrencies. You can swap coins instantly with no sign-ups, no emails, and no passwords. For now you can swap between Bitcoin, Litecoin, Darkcoin, Peercoin and Dogecoin, but we suspect that soon they would be adding more cryptocurrencies as they rise in popularity.

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Lightning Internet Speed

It’s not unbelievable to imagine that someone obsessed with having a fast internet connection would move across town where another ISP has better service. But would you move to another country? If you’re willing to pack up and move (and potentially learn a new language) for the fastest internet speeds on Earth, here are 10 countries you should consider.

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60TB Under Sea Internet Cable

Google and five more important companies are jumping on a venture to build a cable connecting Japan and the US, under the Pacific Ocean. This cable will deliver amazing Internet speeds which will take online connectivity to the next level.

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