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If you're looking for a way to bring high-speed wireless networking to your PC, TRENDnet's new adapter might be just what you need.
Growth in demand for ever-faster networking speeds is pushing the IEEE to develop the next generation of networking, even as the current generation comes online.
Amped Wireless announced a new network extender today; the REC10 claims to extend your wireless network by up to 6500 feet.
The wireless network could come in at low or no cost, acting as an incentive to spur innovation as well as enable rural and mobile users to make free calls on their mobile devices.
Linksys is one of the Internet's favorite router companies, thanks in no small part to their hackability, and the rise of alternate firmwares like dd-wrt and Tomato. Now Cisco wants to drop them.
D-Link's new set of PowerLine networking equipment lets you set up a new wired network in your house without having to run any cables. Instead, it routes your data over the pre-existing electrical wiring in the walls.
Enterprise-class Wi-Fi performance plus consumer-class ease-of-use and price? Aruba Networks may have hit it out of the park.
WD's latest foray into home networking is the new MyNet Wi-Fi Range Extender, which lets you blanket your home in Wi-Fi and get rid of troubled, low signal spots.
The first products based on the IEEE 802.11ac gigabit-wireless standard are now appearing. We put the first 1.3 Gbps device through a few tests to see what it can really do.
Marvell's Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC all-in-one package should have a little mercy on your utility bill.
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TRENDnet has a reputation for pushing the boundaries of what you can do with your home network, and this latest product, the Powerline AV adapter TPL-405E, doesn't disappoint. Using only the pre-existing copper wiring in your house, the new TRENDnet adapter promises to push up to 500Mbps of data, or up to half of what you can get with most Ethernet setups.
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