Tripp Lite already manufacturers reversible USB cables, but they're not inexpensive and they're available only as USB 2.0.
The design brings the security of RAID plus features that are good enough for business, at a price that's low enough for consumers.
From nearby microwaves to antennas boosters made from cardboard and tin foil, Macworld Lab discovers what really helps or hurts Wi-Fi signals.
Cisco reduced the Linksys brand to a home-network player, but Belkin plans to resurrect the brand's status in the SMB market.
Add SIX USB ports, drive two additional displays, gain gigabit ethernet, and more.
Who needs Dropbox when you can get 2TB of web-accessible storage this cheap?
New AirPort Utility doubles 802.11ac Time Capsule’s wireless file-transfer speed
Dual-band 802.11ac promises to deliver 1.3Gbps wireless throughput via 802.11ac, and 600Mbps throughput via 802.11n
Netgear files complaint with the FCC and sues Asus for false advertising, unfair competition, and more.
Company hopes to crowd-fund its way into the ranks of ADT and Vivint.
The new Time Capsule is nice and fast. It'd be even faster if Apple fixed a problem in OS X that's hindering the router's file-transfer performance.
The dual-band R6100 will retail for just $100.
OS X could be holding back the new AirPort Extreme's wireless throughput.
Consumers and SMBs can finally be assured that 802.11ac networking products will be compatible, even though the IEEE has not ratified the standard.
The new MacBook Air sports built-in compatibility with the newest draft networking standard, 802.11ac, an upgrade of the current 802.11n.
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