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Posted on Oct 9 2009 - 8:26am by L.
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Clearly ignoring Senator Ted Stevens’ axiom that “the Internet is not something that you just dump something on”, Netgear announced their new “Open Source” WNR3500L Router. Backed by mucho hype and astroturfing, Netgear’s spokesperson claimed that, “The debut of our Open...

Sprints latest broadband router, the PH300 (almost the same as the Cradlepoint...

Posted on Jun 22 2009 - 9:20am by Russ
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HP Just announced the HP Photosmart Premium with Touchsmart Web, a web-connected (via WIFI) printer that has a 4" widescreen display on the front. The printer will come preloaded with links to web services like Snapfish, Fandango or Google. There will be...

If you are paranoid about keeping your data secure, really paranoid, check out the Axxana Phoenix storage device.  The unassuming black box is waterproof to 30 feet, shockproof to 40 G’s, fireproof for 6 hours at 450 F, and can support...

If you are a SlingBox junky and are waiting for the new Slingbox PRO-HD or

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AT&T is offering free WiFi at their hotspots (Barnes and Noble, Starbucks, etc…) for iPhone users after you enter your phone number for validation.  The mischievous part of all of this, is that anyone with an AT&T account can access the free WiFi...

Is your current 802.11G router too slow? D-Link might just have the solution for you, the new Quadband DIR-855 Wireless N Router, which “supports true concurrent 802.11n...

It looks as if Apple will be shipping their new Time Capsule...