Review: PureVPN

PureVPN has been providing VPN services for almost ten years, so it’s not surprising that it offers a lengthy list of features: 500 servers in 141 countries, wide protocol support, …

Review: Spotflux

Some VPNs try to win you over with big privacy claims. Others point to their super-low prices. Spotflux does both, but also piles on the extras, including ad blocking, phishing …

Review: TorGuard

Despite the name and the privacy angle, TorGuard has nothing to do with the Tor Project. Instead it’s a company which offers a range of privacy-related products, including an anonymous …

Review: TotalVPN

TotalVPN is a brand of the Endurance International Group, the company behind names such as Homestead, JustCloud and Typepad. The service offers just one commercial product, Total Premium, with a …

Review: Hotspot Shield

AnchorFree’s Hotspot Shield is a very popular VPN service, best known for its free account. Hotspot Shield Elite is the £18.95 ($25, AU$33) per year extended edition (£63.95 lifetime plan …

Review: IPVanish

While many VPN providers try to stand out with their free plans and cheap commercial products, IPVanish talks more about service quality. It’s “the world’s fastest VPN” says the website, …

Review: CyberGhost Premium

CyberGhost is a Romanian-based company which has been providing comprehensive and capable VPN services for several years. The current range starts with a baseline free account. This has relatively poor …

Review: ExpressVPN

ExpressVPN is a small British Virgin Islands-based provider of VPN services. The company’s products are eye-wateringly expensive, from the $12.95 (£9.96, AU$17.43) for a one-off month option to the $99.95 …

Review: Hide.me

EVenture Limited subsidiary Hide.me is a Malaysia-based company which has been providing VPN services since 2011. Hide.me’s free plan offers a reasonable 2GB data transfer, although the extremely limited server …

Review: Updated: Apple TV

Introduction and overview If it existed in a bubble, the new 2015 Apple TV would be a stellar product. It offers a steady improvement over its three-year-stagnant predecessor – a …

Review: UE Roll 2

Some may call it a gimmick, but waterproof speakers are here to stay. It might’ve been a passing fad when the first few manufacturers, like Ultimate Ears (UE, for short) …

Nvidia unveils most powerful GPU ever

Nvidia has unveiled two new Pascal-based Quadro graphics cards, to follow on from its fresh consumer offerings (which run from the GTX 1060 up to the new Titan). The Quadro …

In Depth: The future of in-flight entertainment

The future of in-flight entertainment Do you have a jet-setter’s lifestyle? Airports, queues, soul-crushing hotels and hour upon hour of high altitude boredom? Lucky you. Most frequent travellers have recently …

Hands-on review: Cat S60

Sometimes, one standout feature in a smartphone can help it pull ahead of the crowd and become an almost instant classic. Caterpillar’s Cat S60 smartphone almost manages to accomplish that …

The best GPS trackers for kids

GPS trackers for kids are designed to give parents or carers peace of mind about a child’s whereabouts. It’s not always easy to keep both eyes on active youngsters, and …

iPad Pro 2: what we want to see

iPad Pro 2: what we want to see Apple launched its largest ever tablet in September last year. The iPad Pro came with a ginormous 12.9-inch screen, supported the Apple …