The best representation of a great idea is when lightbulbs suddenly appear over people's heads in cartoons, and Philips now has a product worthy of both being a top idea and being a lightbulb.
It's super-easy to connect your WiFi devices to a wireless network and enjoy full and fast access to the world wide web – all you need is the network name and password..
Adding WiFi to your home or office network can provide internet access to a whole host of new devices, as well as flexibility about how many devices are connected and where they are located. Plus, there’s a very good chance you have everything you need already to set up your own wireless network.
One of the more irritating issues with wireless networking is that you can never quite get the range to go through your entire house. We know because it's not just you: we struggle with it too. But a new device from WD aims to help alleviate these problems.
What if you could Instagram the photos taken on your compact camera, not just the ones shot with your smartphone camera? That's a possible route that Nikon is looking at, according to a new rumour circulating about an upcoming camera.
Earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, one of the leading wireless developers unleashed a new standard on the world: 802.11ac is three times faster than 802.11n, the standard in the past few years. With devices now just adding the new WiFi tech, it only seems fitting that a follow-up is being talked about for next year.
You're on vacation and you've just taken some great photos on your digital SLR. If only you could some how get your camera to talk to your mobile and share the pictures with your friends. Well, thanks to a new SD card from Eye-Fi, that's now a reality.
Another camera has been announced this week, with Canon joining the likes of Nikon and Olympus for announcing new gear. This time it's three compacts, one of which can be dropped, while the other two sport wireless connectivity with an iPhone.
Tennis fever is just a few days away from hitting Melbourne, with the 2012 Australian Open starting in mid-January. If you're planning a trip to the Open, Optus has a little gift for you.
One of the leading wireless technology developers - Broadcom -- has just announced a new wireless technology capable of hitting gigabit speeds over wireless.