Networking And Wireless 2011 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular Networking And Wireless Articles for 2011

DesktopReview’s 2011 Holiday Buyer’s Guide: The Best Desktops, All-in-Ones, Accessories and More!

It's only five more weeks until the big day, and if you want to jump in and take advantage of the best deals, now's the perfect time to get started!

Cloud Storage: Is the Gain in Space Worth the Pain?

Cloud storage can cut down on your hardware costs by letting you easily share photos, music and other files. Yet many users have lost data and privacy at the hands[...]

Amped Wireless Unveils 1200% More Powerful Wi-Fi Adapter

Having trouble tuning into your Wi-Fi signal? Maybe you'd rather leech onto the free hotspot a block over, but your signal's not strong enough. Amped Wireless' new UA600EX High Power[...]

Buffalo Adds Windows Storage for SMBs While Staying True to Linux Users

Buffalo Technology, world market leader in consumer NAS (network-attached storage), plans to continue producing low-cost, high-powered storage for home offices. Yet new TeraStation Pro products -- the company's first[...]

Happy Birthday, Internet: the WWW Turns 20

It was on this fateful day twenty years ago when Tim Berners-Lee, a physicist at the CERN laboratories in Switzerland, created the first-ever website and, therefore, web server. Its subject?[...]

Five Great PCs and Monitors for Moms, Dads and Grads

Cookouts at the beach, evenings on the porch and oh no I forgot to get a present for Mother's Day! We've got your back with suggestions for the best tech[...]

SMB Storage Options: From Clouds to Connected Network Devices

Developing an effective backup strategy is relatively easy if you are a consumer or small office/home office worker. Basically, you just buy a wired or wireless disk-based storage device,[...]

LaCie CloudBox Hybrid Hard Drive Gives You External Storage You Can Access Anywhere

LaCie this week introduced their latest external storage device, the CloudBox. Dubbing it a "hybrid hard drive", the CloudBox lets you back up your files locally, while it handles all[...]

New WD TV Live Brings Exclusive Spotify to Your HDTV

Western Digital's line of tiny media players started out as a way for the company to sell more storage devices but have progressed in their own right to become a[...]

COMPUTEX 2011: TRENDnet TEW-692GR First Router to Support 900Mbps

At Computex 2011 in Taipei this week, network mavens TRENDnet unveiled the sleek new TEW-692GR wireless dual band router, the market's first router to support 450Mbps throughput on both bands.

Microsoft Rolls Out Windows Home Server Controller for Windows Phones

Although Microsoft has made some publicly unfavorable changes to its consumer-focused Windows Home Server software, that hasn't stopped it from rolling out updates. The latest one brings Windows Phone users[...]

Logitech Revue Price Cut: Google TV Now Just $99

Logitech was one of the first companies to come out with public support of Google's nascent smart TV platform, Google TV. Since its inception, the Revue has been fraught with[...]

Home Networked Storage Destined to Hit 11 Million by 2015

While it's no surprise that the consumer electronics market continues to grow and expand as technological innovations increase the options manufacturers have, there are still some areas that have yet[...]

DTR Deal of the Week: Western Digital WD TV Live Plus HD

Western Digital's WD TV line of media players have been breakthroughs in the realm of television extenders. They started out a few years ago with the ability to play media[...]

Forget the PC; 25% of Netflix is Viewed on the Wii

In recent years, cable companies have sounded increasingly worried over the trend away from watching video content delivered via cable boxes in favor of watching on the PC. As[...]