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Hola Free VPN review | TechRadar

Hola is an interesting free VPN which takes an unconventional approach to preserving your online privacy. Unlike the competition, Hola doesn’t rely on a fixed network of managed servers. The company describes itself as more of a “peer to peer” VPN, where browser traffic is routed through its users. Your …

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VPN Proxy Master review | TechRadar

Some VPNs struggle to make themselves stand out from the crowd, but VPN Proxy Master isn’t one of them. The website boasts that it’s the “world’s fastest free VPN”, and with a reported 60 million plus users it seems likely that it’s doing something right. Network size isn’t a service …

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VPN Speed review | TechRadar

VPN Speed is a torrent-friendly Android VPN app with more than a million installs reported on Google Play. The free service supports only three countries: Netherlands, UK and US. There are ads – lots of ads – and individual sessions will be disconnected after an hour unless you remember to …

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DroidVPN review | TechRadar

Founded back in 2011, DroidVPN is a small and simple VPN for Android and – theoretically – Windows. The service website is basic and doesn’t make much effort to boast about its features. We suspect most potential customers would like to know more about DroidVPN’s servers, for instance, but there’s …

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Opera VPN review | TechRadar

Opera VPN is a simple and entirely free virtual private network (VPN) powered by Toronto-based SurfEasy. You don’t get the same level of features as SurfEasy’s commercial products – which is no surprise for a free service – but it’s still good to know the VPN comes from an experienced …

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Samsung HW-MS550 soundbar review | TechRadar

Samsung has invested big in the audio space in recent years, including building a state of the art audio laboratory in California. That investment seems to be paying off handsomely, too, if the class-leading K950 and MS650 soundbars we’ve seen this year are anything to go by. With this in …

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC review

Photoshop might be the most powerful tool in the world for image manipulation, but it doesn’t have any in-built photo organizing tools, and it can be slow and cumbersome for everyday photo enhancements. That’s where Lightroom comes in. It can organize your photos into one large, searchable catalog, and offers …

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Asus ROG Strix GL503 review

It’s astonishing how far gaming laptops have come in such a relatively short time. Gone are the days of tremendous power for portability trade-offs. The bulky, steaming-hot monsters of yesterday look downright primitive compared with today’s svelte machines. Even relatively affordable laptops, like the Asus ROG Strix GL503, are bursting …

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Razer Blade Stealth review | TechRadar

The Razer Blade Stealth quickly became one of our favorite all-time Ultrabooks, and it’s only getting better with age. In the middle of 2017, the formally 12.5-inch laptop moved up to a larger, 13.3-inch display, putting it on equal footing with other notebooks in its category. Recently, Razer upgraded its …

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Betternet Premium VPN review | TechRadar

Betternet is a hugely popular Canadian VPN which claims to have more than 38 million users around the world. The service is best known for its largely unrestricted free plan. This has no limits on bandwidth, no need to register or hand over your email address, you can just download …

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