Numerous Apple Stores and Best Buy locations are experiencing shortages of AirPort Express base stations, with some locations completely sold out of them. Seeing as how Apple doesn’t seem to be in too much of a hurry to restock supply at these locations, it could be a sign that the company is gearing up for […]
The Apple AirPort Extreme base station announced at the 2013 WWDC adds 802.11ac Wi-Fi and a new form factor that works with the refreshed MacBook Air, Apple’s only computer using the new Wi-Fi standard. Apple, Windows and Android devices (including the Samsung Galaxy S4) can connect to it. The new router looks great and simplifies home networking. We […]
A wireless bridge or media connector, like the Linksys WUMC710 Wireless-AC Media Connector Bridge, connects set-top boxes and gaming systems to a wireless network… even if the boxes don’t come with built-in Wi-Fi. Plug the Ethernet cable into the media or gaming box, and the Linksys and the device will show on the network. A […]
The Satechi Wireless Mini Router Repeater enhances a local Wi-Fi network by letting users set up the device as a wireless router, a network bridge, an extender, a repeater or a client. Setting up the Satechi Wireless Mini Router Repeater doesn’t take much time or technical skill, making it a great solution for anyone willing to read […]
Your smartphone today, such as Motorola’s aptly named Droid Bionic, may share in a lot in common with the artificial limbs and body parts of tomorrow. In fact, development in processors, networking, camera, and sensor technologies used in today’s advanced and high-end phones may be applied to developing artificial legs, bionic eyes, and insulin pumps […]
One of the promises of Windows 7 is a better and easier solution to home networking via Homegroups. Essentially the feature allows you to set up a relationship between the various machines you might use on your home network, including that notebook you might lug home for the office. Once this is set up, you […]
Craig Pringle is on a Windows 7 marathon, getting in depth with networking, displays, and all that good geeky stuff. Head over and follow his Windows 7 journey.