Don't-Miss Networking Stories
Ted Landau relays reports of new MacBook Air models that perform poorly with third-party routers.
Apple's AirPlay technology lets you stream audio and video from a Mac or iOS device to AirPlay-enabled output devices. If you aren't using it yet, you should be. Here's how.
It's not enough to offer the latest wireless standard. Make sure the router that will support your office is up to snuff with these core features.
Is your cordless phone causing interference issues with your AirPort network? Change your phone rather than your AirPort settings.
If your iOS device suddenly turns a blind eye to your local network you can put things right with these tips.
No connection? Follow Joe Kissell's steps to figure out what's keeping you off the Internet.
Interronator is paying Time Warner for 20mbps Internet service, but is only getting about .7 (note the decimal point).
Cool as iOS devices are, they can get in the way of more important activities. Chris Breen offers advice on limiting their Internet access.
Tried to use Migration Assistant with a Thunderbolt to FireWire adapter?
The little fan icon in your Mac's menu bar tells you precious little about how strong your AirPort network's signal really is. With the help of Chris Breen and some light math, you can get a better clue.
Most of us have to connect to a server every day to access files and to share them with others. But do you know the quickest and most convenient way? Kirk McElhearn walks through eight options for performing this critical task.