Today’s households have more internet-connected devices than ever before – so as you can imagine having a robust home Wi-Fi network to connect your burgeoning family of devices has never been more important. Choosing the right router for your home can be a bit of a minefield. It isn’t as simple as choosing the most … Continue reading Top WiFi Routers for Your Home
If you have broadband you probably didn’t buy your own router. It’s a rare ISP these days that doesn’t chuck in a router for free when you sign up to a new contract. The trouble is that these free routers are often pretty basic models. Now that we have PCs, games consoles, tablets, ebook readers … Continue reading TRENDnet AC1750 Dual-Band Wireless Router
Buffalo Technology, the dons in manufacturing of wired and wireless networking and network, have recently announced that the AirStation 1750 Wireless 802.11n+11ac Gigabit Dual Band Router WZR-D1800H-EU and AirStation 1300 Wireless 802.11n+11ac Gigabit Dual Band Media Bridge WLI-H4-D1300-EU wireless media bridge are now available for purchase from a selection of lucky online retailers. There’s some … Continue reading New Buffalo wireless networking range
I’m a self-confessed tech nerd (a real built-my-own-computer nerd not just a guy in thick glasses) but not even I can get excited about routers. I love everything to do with Internet but the mechanics of how it gets into my house don’t generally excite me. So when Cisco invited me to spend half an … Continue reading Cisco Cloud Connect and Smart WiFi: Routing for the little guy
So imagine the scene, you’re hosting a stand at an exhibition, or you want to conduct a group seminar in the countryside, or better still, you’re on holiday and the whole family needs internet access. We’ve all been there, scrabbling around for a decent wifi connection or having to put up with sharing someone else’s … Continue reading Create your own Hot Spot with the TL-MR3020 Portable 3G Wireless N Router
There is no escaping the fact that as our reliance on gadgets to execute work duties, be entertained and stay connected with people grows, so do our files and data, and whilst I have so far managed to avoid buying a ‘cloud data solution’, with so many files and data stored in my computers that … Continue reading Drobo & Pogoplug Collaboration: A Seamless Solution?
Telecomms powerhouse Nokia, and Spectrum Interactive, the UK’s leading independent provider of Wi-Fi services, recently announced the first large scale trial of free Wi-Fi access in some of the busiest areas of the capital. Yep, that’ll be you then Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road, Bloomsbury, Bayswater, Knightsbridge, Westminster, Sloane Square, Victoria, Marylebone, Mayfair and Lancaster … Continue reading Nokia and Spectrum Interactive now provide free wifi for London
Let’s face it: streaming video technology tends to be a bit crap. The problem is, manufacturers make bold claims such as a line-of-sight range of 50 metres. And then when you bring it home, you get two metres and a kick in the face (metaphorical). We met the nice people at AirTies, who then promised … Continue reading AirTies: Hands on