Linksys archive

  • Cisco to dump Linksys branding - UPDATE: Not
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    Cisco to dump Linksys branding - UPDATE: Not

    By 27 July 2007

    Cisco is to kill off the Linksys name according to the company's CEO John Chambers. Talking to European press, Chambers confirmed the "end of life" of the Linksys name, currently a subbrand, which has until now been used for its consumer routers and networking...

  • The Slurpr steals your broadband
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    The Slurpr steals your broadband

    By 30 May 2007

    The Slurpr. It looks evil, it sounds evil - it is evil. It want to steal your hard-earned broadband. While warez-prizing hacker-types may be in the throes of ecstasy at the sight of this creation, at the risk of coming across all Daily Mail, us hardworking,...

  • Linksys announces Wireless-N Home Router
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    Linksys announces Wireless-N Home Router

    By 29 May 2007

    The Linksys Wireless-N Home Router includes a Wireless-N (draft 802.11n) access point, a 4-port full-duplex 10/100 switch and a router, allowing users to share content and their high-speed internet connection around the home. Equipped with the latest...

  • Linksys announces availability of Wireless-G Phone for Skype
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    Linksys announces availability of Wireless-G Phone for Skype

    By 22 May 2007

    Linksys today announced the availability of the latest Linksys iPhone – the Linksys Wireless-G Phone for Skype. The Wireless-G Phone allows users to make calls to other Skype users from anywhere in the world, as long as there is wireless internet access...

  • CeBIT 2007: Linksys KiSS 1600 Networked Media Player announced
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    CeBIT 2007: Linksys KiSS 1600 Networked Media Player announced

    By 15 March 2007

    Netgear aren't the only ones to be announcing a media streamer with HD support at CeBIT in Germany this week, Linksys has announced that it is launching the Linksys KiSS 1600 Networked Media Player. The new Networked DVD and Media Player which can also...

  • CeBIT 2007: Linksys PowerLine AV Ethernet Kit announced
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    CeBIT 2007: Linksys PowerLine AV Ethernet Kit announced

    By 15 March 2007

    Linksys has announced that is it to offer a new range of PowerLine devices that allow you to share your internet connection around the house via your electrical circuit. A first for the company, that until now has concentrated on offering wireless connectivity...

  • Linksys Compact Wireless-G Internet Video Camera (WVC54GC) review
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    Linksys Compact Wireless-G Internet Video Camera (WVC54GC) review

    By 22 February 2007

    We love webcams here at Pocket-lint - the chance to talk to those abroad via the Internet etc, but the problem with the webcam is that for the most part it has to be connected to your computer via a wire. In steps the Linksys Compact Wireless-G Internet...

  • iPhone launched in the US
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    iPhone launched in the US

    By 18 December 2006

    For months the Apple rumour mill has been churning out stories about the iPhone, speculating on specs and a launch date. The iPhone, it turns out, has just been launched by Linksys, and it has nothing whatsoever to do with Apple. Instead, it's the name...

  • Linksys WRV200's router incorporates RangeBooster technology
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    Linksys WRV200's router incorporates RangeBooster technology

    By 16 November 2006

    Linksys has announced the launch of a new router with RangeBooster technology to improve the range of the wireless signal. The WRV200’s incorporation of RangeBooster should yield an increase in range of up to two times, and a throughput boost of up...

  • Linksys launches first VoIP cordless phone with Yahoo Messenger functions
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    Linksys launches first VoIP cordless phone with Yahoo Messenger functions

    By 10 November 2006

    Yahoo teamed up with networking hardware specialists Linksys to develop a cordless phone with Yahoo Messenger features. The Linksys Dual-Mode Cordless Phone for Yahoo Messenger with Voice (CIT310) lets you make VoIP calls with your Yahoo Messenger with...

  • Linksys WRT54G3G-UK Wireless-G Router for 3G/UMTS Broadband review
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    Linksys WRT54G3G-UK Wireless-G Router for 3G/UMTS Broadband review

    By 23 August 2006

    For business travellers wanting to access the office anywhere in the UK most have switched to a 3G datacard. However if there is more than one of you on the road, you'll need a datacard for every man, women and child won't it? Not according to Linksys....

  • Linksys introduces wireless security webcam
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    Linksys introduces wireless security webcam

    By 20 June 2006

    For small business owners worried about what goes on in their offices while they're away, Linksys has the perfect solution: the Wireless-G Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) Internet Camera with Audio. The camera can send live video and audio through the internet wireless...

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    Linksys to offer personal web hosting server for consumers

    By 8 June 2006

    Linksys plans to launch a home personal server later in the year Pocket-lint has learnt. The new USB external hard drive networking device will allow users to access any content they have stored on the device anywhere in the world as long as they have...

  • Linksys launch Wireless-G Pan/Tilt/Zoom Internet Camera
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    Linksys launch Wireless-G Pan/Tilt/Zoom Internet Camera

    By 1 June 2006

    Linksys has announced a new wireless internet enabled webcam with pan, tilt and zoom capabilities. The new Linksys Wireless-G Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) Internet Camera with Audio (WVC200) can send live video and audio through the Internet to be seen and heard...

  • Linksys launch WIP330 and WIP300 VoIP phones
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    Linksys launch WIP330 and WIP300 VoIP phones

    By 17 May 2006

    Linksys has launched two internet enabled VoIP phones today to allow people to make calls from wireless hotspots without the need for a computer. Similar to the D-Link solution launched last month, except with the added bonus offering an internet browser,...

  • Linksys launch new 802.11n wireless products
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    Linksys launch new 802.11n wireless products

    By 25 April 2006

    Linksys has announced a range of networking devices that promise to offer four times the range and up to 12 times the throughput of Wireless-G. The company has launched the new Wireless-N Gateway (WAG300N), Wireless-N Broadband Router (WRT300N) and Wireless-N...

  • CeBIT 2006: Linksys launch new wireless enabled camera
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    CeBIT 2006: Linksys launch new wireless enabled camera

    By 10 March 2006

    Linksys, a Division of Cisco, has unveiled three new products at CeBIT in Germany. The company announced a Wireless-G USB Network Adapter with Wi-Fi Finder (WUSBF54G), a Wireless-G Compact Internet Video Camera (WVC54GC) and a Wireless-G Media Storage...

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    Linksys expand wireless home networks without the need for power

    By 19 January 2006

    Linksys, the consumer networking arm of Cisco Systems, has announced two new networking devices that allow you to expand the range of your wireless network without the need for a plug socket. The two new models, the Wireless-G Access Point with PoE (WAP54GP)...

  • CES 2006: Linksys launch compact wireless-G internet video camera
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    CES 2006: Linksys launch compact wireless-G internet video camera

    By 5 January 2006

    Linksys has launched a compact wireless-G internet video camera at CES in Las Vegas. Its latest monitoring device provides users a means to monitor the home and office via a web browser from anywhere in the world. Unlike standard “webcams” requiring...

  • Linksys launch travel Wi-Fi router to create network anywhere
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    Linksys launch travel Wi-Fi router to create network anywhere

    By 12 December 2005

    Linksys, the consumer networking arm of Cisco Systems, has launched a wireless-g router that has been designed for business travellers so they can access the Internet from places like hotels, restaurants and anywhere else they see fit on the move. The...

  • Linksys launches Skype enabled handset
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    Linksys launches Skype enabled handset

    By 13 October 2005

    Linksys has teamed up with Skype to launch a new cordless handset in an attempt to make VoIP calling more popular with computer users. The new Internet Telephony Kit (CIT200) will offer callers a wire-free handset, charger and a USB base station that...

  • Linksys Bluetooth USB adapter review
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    Linksys Bluetooth USB adapter review

    By 6 May 2004

    While mobile phone and PDA manufacturers are selling the wonders of Bluetooth, the likelihood is that your laptop doesn't feature it. Apart from Apple who seem to be ahead of the game, laptops and desktop machines with inbuilt Bluetooth are far and few...

  • Linksys Bluetooth USB adapter brings Bluetooth to the masses
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    Linksys Bluetooth USB adapter brings Bluetooth to the masses

    By 6 April 2004

    Linksys today announced a Bluetooth USB Adapter (USBBT100) that allows you to connect laptops or desktop Pcs with popular devices such as mobile telephones, PDAs and printers. The adapter is compact and portable. The adapter enables the connection of...

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    CeBIT - Linksys Launches New Wireless Video and Audio Devices

    By 21 March 2004

    Linksys has showcased a series of new consumer products at CeBIT. The new products include an upgrade of its Media Adapter and a DVD player with Wireless-G connectivity. The upgraded Media Adapter now supports the Wireless-G protocol as well as gaining...

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    Linksys launches a 802.11g wireless ADSL gateway

    By 3 March 2004

    Linksys today announced the arrival of the Linksys wireless ADSL 802.11g gateway, (model WAG54G). The new product brings an all-in-one solution for the home or small office user and saves the need for an additional router. The gateway itself features...