To protect your privacy, you might want to switch to a third-party DNS service. Check out this list of the best DNS services out there.
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Tor browser is a great tool to protect your privacy. Here is how you can install Tor browser to a USB drive and bring it wherever you go.
You may not have the skill of a professional photographer, but you can check out these useful Instagram tips to get that picture-perfect post.
One of the privacy rules is to always logout from websites you are visiting, but what if it doesn’t have a logout button? Here are some ways you can still log out from websites without a logout button.
With programming being vital in today’s computing world, free programming websites have appeared to help people get into this complex field. Here’s ten websites where you can hop in and study programming without paying a penny.
Even though Google Drive doesn’t support Markdown, there are a few markdown editors for Google Drive that will improve your Drive/Markdown relationship.
Not all VPNs are created equal, and some are less secure than others. Check out these VPN myths before you get started on a VPN.
One of the reasons why Telegram is popular is its bots automation. Here are some useful bots to get the most out of Telegram.
Have you found yourself in a position where you needed to add a written signature to a digital document? Here are a few ways to add a signature to Google Docs.
Verizon and Comcast have both announced the launch of prepaid Internet broadband packages. This might actually help invigorate innovation in the United States’ Internet market.
After a long while, Netflix finally allows you to save your movies for offline viewing. Here’s how you can download movies from Netflix.
With plenty of privacy-focused search engines out there, you might want to know which one is the best. Here is our list of the best search engines for privacy.
Google Calendar is a useful app, and it comes with many features that you might not be aware of. Here’s how to get the most out of Google Calendar.
U.S. Congress has repealed the FCC Internet Privacy Regulations to allow ISPs to sell customer data to advertisers. Should we enter panic mode without first examining the facts?
The US Senate has voted to give ISPs in the US the right to sell and share customers’ personal web browsing data without their consent. What does this mean for you? Let’s find out!
It’s not easy to watch media at the same time as other people over the Internet. Rabb.it provides a service for you to easily browse the Web with friends.
Google doesn’t contain everything. If there are things that you can’t find with Google, try out these methods to search the Deep Web and find what you want.