Don't-Miss Networking Stories
Twitter and Internet service provider Sonic.net scored a perfect six in the third annual Electronic Frontier Foundation “Who Has Your Back?” report.
Thirteen popular home and small office routers contain security problems that could allow a hacker to snoop or modify network traffic, according to new research.
A patent that Samsung considers essential to the 3G standard was invalidated by the German Federal Patent Court that ruled in favor of Apple.
Yahoo and Apple may be the latest superhero team-up to hit Silicon Valley, while Apple could be considering plans to space-ify its retail stores. And Steve Jobs's life is translated into yet another genre.
If you want a massive mobile data plan and don't mind paying gobs of money for it, AT&T is now happy to oblige.
Your iPad may soon fly as freely as you do, which is good, because apparently you're really using those devices in the air. Elsewhere, a judge tells Apple to produce the goods.
Microsoft and Apple recommend that businesses deny certain iPhones, iPads and iPods access to Calendar items.
Hyper's CameraMator, a wireless tethered photography device, lets you see and remotely control your shoot from a distance on an iPad, iPhone, Mac, or Android device.
The DualRole is a hub that provides three USB 3.0 ports and a gigabit ethernet adapter.
Cisco Systems plans to sell its Linksys home networking business to Belkin International for an undisclosed sum under an agreement that includes cooperation between the companies on software, service-provider products and other areas.
Netgear is shipping a NeoTV streamer with Google TV and a night-vision enabled webcam—but its Slingbox support across the NeoTV line may be its most interesting CES announcement.