How to set up a VPN on Android

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There are a myriad of reasons as to why you might want to setup a VPN on your Android-powered smartphone or tablet. Some of those reasons are for security purposes and others are to simply get your local network or ISP to stop being a nuisance. After all, who wouldn’t want ISP’s to stop throttling them on certain websites, such as BitTorrent, even if the file you are downloading is completely legal.

We’re going to be reviewing what a VPN is, why you want to use one, how to set one up, and the best VPN apps to use on your device. Be sure to read on to find out more and finally have a truly private Internet connection.

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Nintendo launching five smartphone games by 2017, one out this year

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While many companies are embracing mobile gaming with open arms, Nintendo has been a bit reluctant to enter the scene. However, Nintendo, with their recent partnership with DeNA, is now ready to jump in.

Plans are to release one game by the end of this year. Nintendo won’t just been releasing a single game, though. Immediately after the company’s 2014 earnings, CEO and President Satoru Iwata said that they plan on launching five mobile titles by March 2017.

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Android Finally Poised to Overtake iOS in Revenue for Developers

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Though Apple often owns the discussion, Google’s Android owns the market, accounting for a whopping 81.5% of market share as of the end of 2014. That’s huge, and yet, iOS has been a more reliable revenue generator than Android since time immemorial.

But all that appears to be changing. For the first time in history, Android generated 45.8 percent of ad revenue in Q1 of 2015 compared to 45.4 percent for iOS. That’s the first time Android has outperformed iOS.

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