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Hands-on: Power Ethernet All in One Ethernet enabled Powerline socket review

Hands-on: Power Ethernet All in One Ethernet enabled Powerline socket review

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If you live in a house made of brick, chances are the Wi-Fi router you have doesn't get to all the corners of your castle. If that's the case you've probably already thought about installing Powerline plugs, using your existing electricity cable to extend... >>

Belkin gearing up for 802.11ac debut meaning three times faster Wi-Fi speeds

Belkin gearing up for 802.11ac debut meaning three times faster Wi-Fi speeds

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Belkin has announced that it is pressing ahead with plans to be one of the first technology solutions to tackle the 802.11ac Wireless Networking Market.  Its wireless dual-band router will mean Wi-Fi speeds three times faster than existing 802.11n technology... >>

Option XYfi: the world's smallest portable hotspot

Option XYfi: the world's smallest portable hotspot

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Option is set to make your portable wireless hotspot footprint a lighter one than ever before, with the arrival of the Option XYfi - the smallest 3G and Wi-Fi personal router in the world. Designed to compete with the likes of Huawei to get branded and... >>

Apple updates Lion AirPort Utility, now more friendly

Apple updates Lion AirPort Utility, now more friendly

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Apple has updated its AirPort Utility app on Mac OS X Lion. The new version brings with it an interface more in keeping with the AirPort Utility it rolled out on iOS recently, and dispenses with the usual-looking desktop software you might expect.  The... >>

What is 802.11ac Wi-Fi?

What is 802.11ac Wi-Fi?

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A new type of Wi-Fi is coming. 802.11ac promises incredible data transfer speeds and faster internet for every wireless device, should you have the broadband package to provide it. Think of it like 4G but for you home. 802.11ac is the cutting edge of... >>

Router hacking you off? Hack it back with DD-WRT

Router hacking you off? Hack it back with DD-WRT

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When Virgin installed my 50Mb broadband, it also brought along a D-Link 615 router. This is necessary because with the 50Mb modem (at the time) there was only a single Ethernet socket included, and no wireless. The D-Link ups your Ethernet ports to four,... >>

Western Digital WD Livewire Powerline AV Network Kit
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Western Digital WD Livewire Powerline AV Network Kit

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We've heard a lot about internet TVs of late, and with all the big manufacturers recently unveiling the latest versions of their web-based offerings, this trend isn't unlikely to go away any time soon. In fact, it's expected to take off in a big way this... >>

LG brings content-on-demand with new Blu-ray player and home cinema lineup

LG brings content-on-demand with new Blu-ray player and home cinema lineup

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LG has gone all out with its 2011 lineup of Blu-ray Players and Blu-ray Home Theater Systems at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. And the theme this year is networking in order to make all your digital photos, videos and music easily accessible.... >>

Revo AXiS
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Revo AXiS

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It looks like a simple bedside clock radio, but underneath the AXiS’ soft black plastic shell are more features than you’ve a right to expect in a gadget aimed at bedside tables. Inside are tuners for FM and digital radio - both DAB and DAB+ - with... >>

Philips Streamium MCi900
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Philips Streamium MCi900

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The Philips Streamium MCi900 offers a huge range of features packed into a component style hi-fi system that promises to be “obsessed with sound”. Underlining the whole premise is a system that will ask you to part with £1000 of your hard earned... >>