Netgear announced that it has released beta firmware updates for routers with critical security vulnerabilities.
Qualcomm announced that its new Killer E2500 NIC will be available by the end of the year on Gigabyte and MSI motherboards.
From keyboards to headsets to mobile computing, Bluetooth provides the personal wireless network needed to get around without a bunch of cables entangling our lives. Here's a close look at a key technology that empowers our mobile world.
Today, we're looking at the Netgear XAV5101 Powerline Adapter, an earlier entry in the AV500 device class, to see how it fares against some of the newer powerline models.
Today, we're testing Linksys' AC1200 Amplify Wi-Fi Range Extender. Do good things really come in small packages?
Today, we take a closer look at D-Link's orb-shaped DWA-192 USB Wi-Fi adapter, one of the first AC1900 USB devices in today's market.
We're taking a closer look at Linksys' SE4008 WRT, an eight-port GbE switch with WRT-inspired aesthetics and an oddly high price.
The results of our Internet service provider reader survey are out. Here's how the top-rated ISPs compare in price, performance, reliability and support.
TP-Link released an AC1200 wall-plug range extender and an AC1900 desktop range extender with a touch screen.
Do you ever wonder what goes on inside a router? In this article, we take a close look at the SoCs inside of them, which help us manage and maintain our connected lives.
Linksys's Max-Stream line of Wave 2 802.11ac MU-MIMO devices gets a new AC1900 router: the Linksys EA7500.
Tom's Hardware explores the basics of wireless router terminology, features, hardware and software in this informative consumer networking guide.
We asked readers to rate their Internet service provider based on price, performance, reliability and support. Here are the results for the only ISP in our series with mainstream availability of fiber-optic networks for high-speed Internet: Verizon.
Qualcomm and Intel have been working behind the scenes to build an interoperable ecosystem for 802.11ad devices.