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Best Linux VPN 2018 – Tech Advisor

For obvious reasons, Linux tends to attract users who are more tech savvy and privacy aware than most Windows or macOS users, which makes a VPN a pretty natural fit for the operating system. Unfortunately, only a few VPN providers actually offer dedicated software clients for Linux, and if you don’t opt for one of them you’ll be stuck fiddling around in the system console (not that that’s anything new to Linux users, of course…). With that in mind we’ve rounded up…

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How to watch South Africa v England rugby on TV and online

England are in bad form. After five straight defeats, the three-match series against South Africa is the perfect opportunity to silence some critics. But winning three away matches against the Springboks is hardly the easiest task. They’ll be bolstered by the historic captaincy of Siya Kolishi – South Africa’s first ever black Test captain. England has newcomer Brad Shields on the bench – recently defector from New Zealand. His impressive displays for the Hurricanes have earned him a call up.…

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Amazon Prime to Show Exclusive Premier League Matches Per Season

Thanks to a new deal, Amazon Prime subscribers in the UK will soon get exclusive access to 20 Premier League matches per season at no extra cost. Kicking off with the 2019/20 season, the three-year deal represents the first time a full round of Premier League fixtures will be broadcast live in the UK. Every Premier League club will be featured across two full fixture rounds of 20 matches per season. That means you’ll need to be a Prime member…

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BlackBerry Key2 Release Date, Price and Specs

There is a new BlackBerry on the way in 2018 and it’s now confirmed it’ll be called the Key2. The return of BlackBerry was a surprising one, but a welcome one to many. It turns out that the KeyOne was more than a nostalgia trip and actually a quite capable Android smartphone. BlackBerry Mobile tweeted a teaser confirming the name of the phone and the time and place of the launch If you want a physical keyboard on a slim, secure Android…

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How to download pictures from Instagram

Instagram is a fantastic place to find inspiring images and photos, however it’s not quite as easy as we’d like to download them. We’re going to talk you through how you can safely download pictures from Instagram using the best third party websites and apps. If you’re keen to learn how to use Instagram then have a look at our guide here. We’re going to use Downloadgram for desktops, Instaget for iPhone and BatchSave on Android. Lets get started. Download…

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Does Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Have Post Credits Scenes?

It’s been a three-year wait since the first Jurassic World film, but sequel Fallen Kingdom has finally arrived (in the UK at least – the US release date is a little later) bringing with it all the killer dinosaurs, exploding volcanoes, and ruggedly handsome Chris Pratt you could ask for. As with any big blockbuster though, fans going to watch the film in cinemas will have one big question in their minds as the film nears its end: do I…

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Ghosts of Tsushima Release Date, Platforms, Gameplay & Trailer News

Following the hugely successful Infamous series, Sucker Punch Productions has revealed its new project: Ghosts of Tsushima. It’s an open-world game set in Japan in the 1200s where you take on the role of a Samurai defending against the terrifying Mongol Empire – sounds great, right? Here’s everything we know so far about Ghosts of Tsushima, including release date rumours, platforms, gameplay and the reveal trailer which can be seen above. If you’re interested in other highly-anticipated games, take a look…

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Best PS4 Games of 2018: 11 PlayStation Games That’ll Impress You

We didn’t think things could get much better than 2017’s Horizon Zero Dawn, Call of Duty: WW2, The Last Guardian and Assassin’s Creed: Origins, but that was just the start. 2018 promises even more – check out our most anticipated games to find out what’s on the way this year. We’ve played each and every game in this round-up, and have reviewed all of them to help you decide whether they’re your cup of tea. We’ve got everything from solo adventure…

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How to downgrade from iOS 12 beta to iOS 11

iOS 12 was announced at WWDC on 4 June 2018, and the developer beta is available to install now with the public beta launching later this month. But what if you regret installing iOS 12 beta and want to go back to iOS 11? Before jumping in and installing the new version, some people will be keen to know whether it will be possible to revert back to a previous version of iOS should the worse happen and apps you rely on not work, or you…

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How to Downgrade iOS 12

If you’ve upgraded to iOS 12 and got cold feet, it’s possible to downgrade, but be quick. There are two main ways to do it, one of which requires you to have a backup and the other which – fortunately – doesn’t. Here’s how to go back to iOS 11. How to downgrade iOS: Method 1 – no backup needed* * You may lose your text messages, but all other settings and apps will remain after the downgrade Download the appropriate IPSW file…

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How to share your location on iPhone

Sometimes it’s good to know that people you trust can see where you are. Whether you’re off to a new town, exploring the wilds on a ramble, or a young one coming home from school on their own, iOS has got you covered. We show you how to share your location on iPhone. Using Family Sharing The easiest way to share your location is by using the Family Sharing feature in iOS. This clever piece of software tracks your current…

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Pokémon Let’s Go! Pikachu & Eevee Release Date and Gameplay News

There have been whispers about a Pokémon game in development for the Nintendo Switch since before the Switch was even released, but nothing was ever confirmed by Nintendo. Until now, that was. Nintendo has revealed Let’s Go! Pikachu and Let’s Go! Eevee, two Pokémon games based in the original Kanto region will be released on the Nintendo Switch later this year. It introduces completely new mechanics that could make Let’s Go! Pikachu and Let’s Go! Eevee two of the best…

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Xiaomi Mi8 (Mi7) Release Date, Price & Specification Rumours

Big news, Xiaomi fans: there will not be a Mi7, with the company instead announcing a Mi8 to celebrate its eight-year anniversary. This product launch will take place in Shenzen, China, on 31 May. Another 18:9 display smartphone, the upcoming Mi8 will pack some powerful hardware, including the Snapdragon 845 and a colossal 8GB of RAM, and it will be one of the first flagships to feature a fingerprint scanner embedded in the display (now confirmed in a Weibo conversation by…

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Nokia 2.1 (2018) Unveiled: Release Date, Price & Specs

HMD Global has announced three new Nokia phones: the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1 and Nokia 2.1. Here, we take a closer look at the Nokia 2.1 to find out when it’s coming out, what new features it offers, and how much it will cost. When is the Nokia 2.1 release date? Its predecessor, the Nokia 2, became available to buy on 26 February 2018. Just three months later, HMD Global’s updated version has been unveiled, and will become available to…

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GoXtreme Endurance 4K Action Cam Review

While you can easily spend over £300 on a 4K action camera from GoPro, companies like GoXtreme want to offer the same thing on a budget. Though budget cameras may not offer all the bells and whistles of high-end alternatives, they could potentially save you a lot of money and achieve the same end goal. At under £100, the GoXtreme Endurance promises 4K capture and offers a range of accessories in the box, but can it compete with high-end action…

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Polaroid Snap Review: Budget Zero Ink Instant Printing

The Polaroid Snap captures a happy middle ground between quality and budget. For less than £100, you get a likeable 10Mp camera which supports microSD saving and, most notably, prints colour photos (fairly) instantly and inklessly, thanks to Zink Zero Ink paper. The Snap isn’t the only digital camera that offers inkless printing though. Kodak has the Printomatic Instant Print (£89/US$69), which also uses Zink paper, and there’s the slightly more expensive Kodak Mini Shot (£119/$119.99) with a 1.7in screen. Of course, Polaroid rivals…

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