Tag "router"

Avoid broadband blackouts with Telstra’s new home internet gateway

1 year ago

Telstra has launched an Australian-first solution for its home customers that help them set up Internet connections sooner, and stay connected longer.

Ten products from CES to desire

1 year ago

Well, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has come and gone, and as usual there were acres of displays showing the kinds of things

D-Link’s red router amps up the bandwidth to 5Gbps

2 years ago

They say that anything red is automatically faster than anything that isn’t red, but D-Link’s latest router isn’t just wearing a colour of speed, but boasting eight high-speed antennas, too. How’s that for an omen of speed?

Linksys to bring 5Gbps of WiFi to Australia in April

2 years ago

There are routers, and then there are routers, and much like the whole “that’s not a knife” argument in one famous flick, a new router on the way from Linksys could just stick it to every other router out there.

Synology moves from network drives to wireless routers

2 years ago

When it comes to networking, you may not have heard of Synology, but there’s a good chance a geek friend of yours has, and if you need a new router, a company known for its high-end network drives is coming to show how routers can be done.

Linksys says WiFi is valued more than sex, intends to make the former better at home

3 years ago

According to a new survey, WiFi is something valued more than sex. That’s curious, and while we believe “WiFi” might be incorrectly identified as “access to the internet”, Linksys hopes its latest router can at least help with one of these concerns (and it’s not sex).

D-Link unveils hyper-fast routers that look like Pizza Hut

3 years ago

Remember Pizza Hut? Australia doesn’t have many of the eat-in places with the red angular roofs left, but D-Link’s latest high-speed router reminds us of the old buildings, shrunk down and making your network faster at home.

Netgear launches a world first tri-band router

4 years ago

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.

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