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Michael manages PCWorld's hardware product reviews and contributes to TechHive's coverage of home-control systems and sound bars.

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Asus, Linksys router exploits tell us home networking is the vulnerability story of 2014

Buggy firmware, sloppy design, and careless users mean easy pickings for online hackers.

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Nvidia tweaks its Titan: Meet the bigger, badder GeForce GTX Titan Black

Higher clock speeds for gamers; same double-precision for developers.

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Nvidia unveils Maxwell: A supremely power-efficient GPU architecture

The eventual successor to Kepler promises high-end gaming performance from low-end video cards.

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SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive review: Android file transfers made easy

Cables? We don't need no stinkin' cables!

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Toshiba announces new network storage device for consumers

Canvio Home Backup & Share works with Macs, PCs, smartphones, and tablets.

Netgear A6200 review: Good up close and flat-out fabulous at long range

This adapter finished in second place up close, but it took first place when the client was far away from the router.

Asus USB-AC56 review: Feature-rich and very fast

Asus makes the fastest 802.11ac router and the fastest 802.11ac adapter.

Buffalo AirStation WI-U2-866D review: Decent performance for a low price

This isn't the best 802.11ac Wi-Fi USB adapter, but it boasts an excellent price-to-performance ratio.

Trendnet TEW-805UB review: Low-priced adapter delivers lackluster performance and features

This 802.11ac Wi-Fi client USB adapter is small and cheap, but it's also slow.

Linksys WUSB6300 review: Mediocre performance doesn't jibe with higher price

There just aren’t many reasons to consider this 802.11ac Wi-Fi client USB adapter.

D-Link DWA-182 review: A solid performer at all distances

There’s a lot to like here, including compact dimensions, a handy cradle, and decent performance.

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Tested: We push six 802.11ac Wi-Fi USB adapters to the limit

You have an 802.11ac router, and now you need adapters for your networked devices. But not just any old model will do. Our reviews show significant differences in performance and price.

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2014 will be the year you upgrade your network to 802.11ac

We saw more than a dozen new 802.11ac routers at CES 2014, including several travel models.

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New Wilocity chipsets will eliminate most desktop wires

The tech that powers Dell’s D5000 wireless dock today is about to get a lot more powerful.

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IOgear dongle consolidates computer, devices into one cohesive workstation

KeyShair lets you manage multiple devices with a single mouse and keyboard