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Toshiba Released 24-Inch Business Tablet

Is there a time where a tablet reaches a size where it’s no longer considered a tablet? I guess not. Toshiba has created the giant 24-inch Shared Board tablet that is using a ultra-Daquan HD display…

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TRENDnet Releases Home Smart Switch with Wireless Extender

TRENDnet announces the availability of the Home Smart Switch with Wireless Extender dubbed the THA-101, that is a combination of a smart electrical outlet and a powerful N300 wireless extender. The THA-101 is a tiny box with…

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WiFi Devices Used to Treat Infections

Researchers from the School of Engineering at Tufts University have developed an Implantable Medical Device (IMD) – made from silk and magnesium – that can be triggered by WiFi to treat bodily infections. The implant is…

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50% of the World Will Be Using the Internet Within Five Years

Independent market researchers eMarketer predict that half the world will be using the internet by 2018. The number of worldwide internet users is set to reach 3 billion in 2015, which is 42% of the globe’s…

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Gigabyte X99 Gaming G1 WiFi (LGA 2011-3) Motherboard Review

Introduction and Closer Look A trend that is observable with higher end “gaming” motherboards is that they tend to be geared primarily towards performance junkies, overclockers and all-round enthusiasts, rather than just pure gamers. Gaming motherboards…

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You can now Listen to Wi-Fi – Reports Claim

  Nope, we’re not talking about the screeching sounds of a Dial-Up modem from the 90’s – you can (apparently) hear WiFi with the help of some fancy hearing aids. In comes Frank Swain, not exactly…

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Free Gigabit WiFi in New York City by the End of 2015

All five boroughs of New York are due to have free WiFi by the end of next year, as promised the NYC Mayor’s Office of Technology and Innovation’s new tech partnership. The LinkNYC project, as it…

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TP-LINK Introduces the World’s Smallest Travel Router

TP-LINK has introduced us to the smallest travel router in the world, the 150Mbps Wireless N Nano router (TL-WR702N).  Geared for mobile users and hotel travellers, the new nano router would be ideally suited for travellers…

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CyberPower PC FANG Battlebox-I 970 System Review

Introduction The exponential growth of the Insomnia gaming festival over the past few years is proof, if any was needed, that PC gaming has never been stronger. With LAN events like Insomnia becoming more popular so too…

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Belkin Firmware Update Crashing Routers

A firmware update pushed last night from Belkin through to customers using older routers has sent router connections into a spiral of crashes and disconnects.  The firmware update reportedly caused a mass interruption of services, with…

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Apple Unveil Their New Smart Watch

Apple’s live event is over and we’ve been presented with the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and they look great. The live event-stream had some trouble with blackouts and the wrong audio, but the…

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MSI X99S XPOWER AC (LGA 2011-3) Motherboard Review

Introduction, Specifications and Packaging Every major motherboard brand has a particular flagship board that targets overclocking on Intel’s new HEDT X99 platform. Gigabyte have their X99 SOC-FORCE, ASUS have the Rampage V Extreme and ASRock have…

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WiFi Explained – Dude, Where’s My Signal?

How come my neighbour can steal my internet, but I can’t browse YouTube while on the toilet? The age old question of signal issues irks most of us, it was also a problem for PhD Physics student,…

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Corsair Voyager Air 2 1TB Wireless Hard Drive Review

Introduction and A Closer Look For the modern computer user a smartphone or tablet is a vital accessory: sure the desktop PC is great for a lot of things the notebook, tablet and smartphone aren’t, but…

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Free WiFi Is Best at Starbucks and McDonald’s According to Study

We’ve all been in that situation, stuck somewhere just out of reach of your 3G signal and you are so desperate to get on the internet whilst on the go, you have to connect to “Free…

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‘WarKitteh’ Smart Collar Turns Your Cat Into Hacking Tool

Security Researcher Gene Bransfield and his accomplice, his wife’s grand motherer’s cat, sound like an unlikely duo for network hacking, but that’s exactly what they’ve been doing together! Equipped with a Spark chip, a Wi-Fi module,…

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Gowex Provides Free WiFi and a 90% False Report

Residents of San Francisco and New York are well aware of a free WiFi option offered in particular areas, with this service being run by a lesser known company named Gowex. Based out of Madrid, this provider has recently…

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Surface Pro 3 Tablets Being Returned By Customers – Major WiFi Issues

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 has been out for a while now and the new Microsoft tablet has been fairly well received by the media. Surface Pro 3 tablets have only been shipping to consumers since last…

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Highspeed Cows Hit Glastonbury With 4GEE – “It’s Udderly Fast”

One of the most globally recognised music festivals – Glastonbury – has this morning kicked off in the Somerset hills of South-West England and like any other music festival, staying current is a fundamental value that…

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Netgear Unleash Tri-Band Nighthawk X6 AC3200 WiFi Router – Up To 3.2Gbps

Routers may not be the most exciting consumer products on the market but the latest WiFi router from Netgear is pretty darn cool if I do say so myself. The Netgear “Nighthawk” X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi…

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Heartbleed is Back, This Time Affecting WiFi Routers And Jelly Bean Android Devices

The heartbleed bug is back and this time it’s a different for of monster. The new variant of heartbleed is being dubbed “Cupid” by the security researcher who discovered it, Luis Grangeia. The “Cupid” bug can…

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Huawei Successfully Tests Next-Gen10 Gbps WiFi, Commercially Ready In 2018

According to reports Huawei have been successfully testing next generation Wi-Fi service capable of a staggering 10 Gbps – that’s equivalent to first generation Thunderbolt, twice the throughput of USB 3.0 and the same as the…

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D-Link Announce a New Line of ‘Colourful’ Routers

Over the last couple of years we have been watching consumer electronics become more ‘stylistic’ for the home with less of the harsh lines and eye-sore designs that was once associated with technology at one time.…

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Asus PCE-AC68 802.11ac Dual-Band PCI Express Wireless Adaptor Review

Introduction Following on from my review on Asus’ top performing wireless AC router, the RT-AC68U that we looked at not too long ago, it is only worth us taking a closer look at what makes this…

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Asus RT-AC68U 802.11ac Dual-Band Wireless Router Review

Introduction If I was to say the name Asus to a selection of people and ask what they would associate them with, I’d almost guarantee that none of them would say wireless or networking products in…

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Braebo Computers ‘Titan’ Budget AMD Gaming System Review

Introduction When we take a wide look at the pre-built systems market in the UK, the number of names out there that one can choose from is growing on a near day-to-day basis. The scale at…

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Linksys EA6900 AC1900 802.11ac Dual- Band Wireless Router Review

Introduction When it comes to home networking there are a number of big names that come to mind and fortunately I have been able to put a number of products from these names to the test,…