Outdoor security cameras are hot items now. It is easy to see why Telstra is pushing the Arlo Go LTE on its 3/4G Australia-wide service.
The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) has ruled that networking company NETGEAR has breached Australian Consumer Law about its warranties.
NETGEAR has released the Nighthawk X4S, Wall-Plug, AC2200 Tri-band ,Wi-Fi Range Extender with FastLane3 and Smart Roaming. It can add basic mesh capabilities to existing
NETGEAR’s Arlo Pro 2 wireless security camera has gone to Specsavers and “I can see even more clearly now” with 1080p vision.
Trustwave, a leading threat, vulnerability and compliance management company has publicly revealed five new major security holes in certain NETGEAR routers.
You will notice that many new Wi-Fi routers are coming with software-based network security – Netgear and Bitdefender have joined forces to protect home network
Gamers want to shave every microsecond from response times – they have a thing for ping, and think lag is a drag. They are wont
Wireless stuff somehow, seemingly inevitably, ends up needing a wire. Your “wireless” loudspeakers might get their signal from some proprietary or network radio interface, but
Want to stay on top of any network woes happening at home from all the devices you bring home? You’re going to need to look into a new router, and one of the world’s fastest might just do the job.
There are modem routers, and then there are modem routers, and generally the ones that look a little crazy are. Netgear’s Nighthawk series is one such product, and the technology seen in its routers is now landing in something a little more convenient.
The home is getting smarter, and that’s something you can attribute to smart lightbulbs, smart appliances, and a conversation happening between your gadgets, but you’re going to need another set of gadgets to watch over your home, and that’s where Arlo comes in.
With all the focus on ADSL modem routers, those with cable connections can be left behind, but if you’ve been waiting for a reason to update the cable modem in your household to something a little more future proof, you might finally get your wish.
The world of wireless networking might just sound like a bunch of jargon to you, but to us it’s important stuff, and if you’ve ever wondered why wireless networking isn’t as fast as 4G mobile speeds, well, there is good news coming.
The world is relying more and more on wireless devices, and you know this because your phone, tablet, computer, game console, TV, printer, Blu-ray player, speakers, camera, and smartwatch are jumping on to your network. But with all of that activity, you need a router that can handle it, and that’s where a Netgear development is stepping in.
Networking gear can look industrial at the best of times, but the latest wireless router from Netgear reminds us of a stealth fighter, ready to slice up the airwaves with its angular design and souped-up tech.