Apple released an update Monday to an under-appreciated piece of hardware—its AirPort Express Base Station. Christopher Breen and Dan Frakes take a closer look at what’s changed with this updated mobile wireless device.
Christopher Breen often talks about the wonders of wiring your home for media. In this video, he practices what he preaches by integrating his computer, audio gear, and media.
Apple has released an update to the software that controls its AirPort Express Base Station, AirPort Extreme Base Station and Time Capsule networking devices.
Looking for a way to get your Mac's audio to different parts of your house? Airfoil 3 can send any audio to any AirPort Express, Apple TV, or computer on your network.
Network World reports on two trends at this year’s Mobile World Congress trade show: Manufacturers are coming out with iPhone-like touch-screen devices, and everyone is eager to see what the Android phones will look like
Computerworld's David Haskin looks at six changes that have been created—or at least clarified—by Starbucks’ decision to use AT&T to provide in-store Wi-Fi access and what those changes will mean for users.
Spurious greeting-card-inspired holidays aside, Gadgetbox is still on its weekly crusade for great gadgets. This time around we bring you rocking out with your iPod out, a high-tech timepiece, and getting you (and your buddies) online, no matter where you go.
A future version of Bluetooth will allow connections to hop on Wi-Fi networks when additional bandwidth is required, PC World reports.
Starbucks’ decision to tap AT&T to provide wireless hotspots at its retail outlets could pave the way for an expanded, potentially free network for users of the iPhone and possibly the iPod touch.
Ted Landau tackles Leopard glitches that potentially make your home folder disappear and cut off your wireless access.