If you've been on the fence about investing in a 802.11ac compatible router, then here are four of the finest AC1900 class routers to consider from networking experts like ASUS, D-Link, Linksys, and Netgear.
AC-3200 routers that offer the highest amount of bandwidth are the way to go for homes with a lot of wireless devices. And the latest to join the AC-3200 fray is Linksys with the EA9200 Tri-band Smart Wi-Fi router. We put it to the test to see if this is the router you should be getting for the new year.
In the spirit of the Internet of Things, Intel brought us out to the office of CREST, where the NGO officially became the next company to embrace the concept.
From software to hardware, Google will reportedly launch its very own mobile carrier service using T-Mobile and Sprint's networks, known as Nova.
D-Link has just announced its new Ultra Performance series of 802.11ac routers, among which is the monstrous tri-band 8-antenna DIR-895L/R capable of delivering a maximum data transfer rate of a whopping 5300Mbps.
Linksys has announced the arrival of two of its latest products ahead of CES 2015. They are the new EA8500 Wi-Fi router and WRT Network Storage Bay.
Device-maker Archos is opening up their Smart Home system so you can easily link up all your connected home devices, even those from different makers.
D-Link introduced its new dual-band DWA-582 AC-1200 PCIe wireless adapter for desktops, which supports speeds of up to 867Mbps on a5GHz band.
With AC-2400 wireless routers being all the rage now, we dropped two of the hottest routers, the ASUS RT-AC87U and the Linksys E8350, into a ring to find out which would be the last one standing.
D-Link added the DNS-340L Share Centre+, a new cloud storage solution, to its Network Storage Enclosure family.