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Do you know which operating system dominates the current mobile OS industry? Unsurprisingly, Android OS secures the top position with the lion’s share of 88%, as per a recent report by Statista. The major credit behind its immense popularity goes to its open-source nature as well as the features and functionalities that it offers. Needless to say, it provides users with a boatload of applications, both free and paid, which are accessible through Google’s Play Store. Similar to Windows and other operating systems, Android also rolls out its newest version every year. But unlike other OS, it has a pretty amusing or, more like, delicious way of naming its versions. For instance, one of the earliest versions was named Cupcake. After the Cupcake, came the Donut, Éclair and so on. Recently, Android rolled out its latest version, Pie. Regardless, as you move up on the version, you are introduced to …

When it comes to privacy, Facebook is probably the last brand you think of. There has been much negative news over the past year or two, that would normally be enough to sink any other business, but Facebook is not like any other business. Facebook is going on step further now, with their announcement of the Facebook Portal. What is the Facebook Portal? Facebook announced on the 8th of October the Portal and Portal+. Two smart home assistants that allow you to make video calls with friends and family, and to also communicate with Alexa, and stream music from the likes of Spotify and Pandora. Both devices come equipped with cameras and microphones that allow you to make “AI-enhanced” video calls through Facebook Messenger. It supports group video chats with up to seven people, that don’t have to use the Portal, but any device that supports Facebook Messenger. It will …

When it comes to privacy, Facebook is probably the last brand you think of. There has been much negative news over the past year or two, that would normally be enough to sink any other business, but Facebook is not like any other business. Facebook is going on step further now, with their announcement of the Facebook Portal. What is the Facebook Portal? Facebook announced on the 8th of October the Portal and Portal+. Two smart home assistants that allow you to make video calls with friends and family, and to also communicate with Alexa, and stream music from the likes of Spotify and Pandora. Both devices come equipped with cameras and microphones that allow you to make “AI-enhanced” video calls through Facebook Messenger. It supports group video chats with up to seven people, that don’t have to use the Portal, but any device that supports Facebook Messenger. It will …

In our continuing discussion on the common myths surrounding VPNs, we’ll discuss the misconception that all VPN protocols perform roughly the same when it comes to speed. Not surprisingly, some are faster than others, so let’s find out which ones are the fastest. What Makes VPN Protocols Fast or Slow? The underlying technology that supports a VPN protocol can cause it to be fast or slow. One of the most common factors is simply being poorly designed. This is especially prevalent in older standards like PPTP or L2TP/IPsec. As one would expect, technology has improved over time to bring faster processing while retaining strong security, and modern protocols like IKEv2, SoftEther and OpenVPN are much faster than their predecessors for this reason. Certain encryption standards can also increase processing time for encryption and decryption by adding layers of headers, keys, and handshake instructions to data packets as they move back …

In our continuing discussion on the common myths surrounding VPNs, we’ll discuss the misconception that all VPN protocols perform roughly the same when it comes to speed. Not surprisingly, some are faster than others, so let’s find out which ones are the fastest. What Makes VPN Protocols Fast or Slow? The underlying technology that supports a VPN protocol can cause it to be fast or slow. One of the most common factors is simply being poorly designed. This is especially prevalent in older standards like PPTP or L2TP/IPsec. As one would expect, technology has improved over time to bring faster processing while retaining strong security, and modern protocols like IKEv2, SoftEther and OpenVPN are much faster than their predecessors for this reason. Certain encryption standards can also increase processing time for encryption and decryption by adding layers of headers, keys, and handshake instructions to data packets as they move back …

Trust.Zone VPN starts cooperation with Byteball. Get 10% discount for payments with GBYTE

Trust.Zone VPN service is starting cooperation with a powerful cryptocurrency platform – Byteball. Since Nobember 15 customers of TrustZone VPN service will be able to purchase VPN subscription and addtional features like personal dedicated IP address and additional simultaneous connections with 10% EXTRA DISCOUNT while paying with Byteball. What’s a Byteball? Byteball is a decentralized cryptocurrency platform which makes smart payments more simple. Byteball allows tamper proof storage of arbitrary data, including currencies, property titles, debt, shares, etc, in other words, Bytecoin allows the creation of human-readable smart contracts. It´s simple, secure and fast.   There is an internal currency called ‘bytes’ or GBYTE that is used to pay for adding data into the decentralized database. One of the disadvantages of a Bitcoin payment is that once it has been paid, there is no way to get it back. However, with ByteBall, you can create simple conditional payments that will …

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