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How to Set up a VPN for Sony Tablet S

 

VPN for Sony Tablet S

 

Sony Tablet S:

 

The Sony Tablet S is the first tablet released by Sony Electronics. The unique symmetric design of Sony Tablet S features a 9.4” display and powerful system components such as NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 Mobile Processor and 1GB RAM. The different storage options in Sony Tablet S include 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.

The Sony Tablet S features two cameras; 1MP front camera and 8MP camera at the back. The battery life of Sony Tablet S is worth mentioning; you can play up to 12 hours of video or browse Web through Wi-Fi for 10 hours. The Sony Tablet S also acts as an ultimate universal control that can be used to control your Blu-ray disc, color TV and cable box. The Sony Tablet S runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb OS.

 

About VPNs

People tend to talk sometimes about bombs and other kind of scary stuff on their IM for serious discussions. Considering the global terrorist threat, Government are always scanning message exchanged over the Internet in order to get a clue of terrorist attacks in the future.  And your humor sense may sometimes surprise you when police visit your house after you exchange scary type of stuff in humor sense on IM. A VPN service can help you avoid this problem entirely by securing your IM messages and other communication.

Many people have the habit to visit adult content websites, but your privacy is not limited to these types of sites. Often humor sites, or political sites can contain content that might be considered ‘red flags’ to your ISP or government. Who know. Just the other week, the whole stock market crashed because some algorithm saw “Obama”, “injured” and “bomb” in the same tweet or something like that. Computers get mixed up, and you get the blame.

If you are visiting such websites then you should take adequate precautionary measures to prevent yourself from becoming a victim; all you to do is use a VPN service to access Internet and you will never have to worry about becoming a victim  of blackmailing or any kind of  trouble due to unsecured access of Internet.

 

The Next Steps

 

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