Don't-Miss Networking Stories
We've worked long and hard to come up with the best tips and tricks for your PCs, smartphones, cameras, game controllers, music players, and the Web. Let's start with PC, laptop, and networking tips.
Wireless data services aren't all alike, and the performance and pricing can be radically different. Here's what you need to know.
Monitor, control, and manage a distant PC--even one with a different OS--from your desktop.
Protect yourself from the Conficker worm and other threats with OpenDNS.
Can't stand waiting until the summer to get all the latest iPhone 3.0 improvements? We've tracked down 13 features that you can get right now using both third-party and Apple-sanctioned applications!
Connect desktop PCs, wireless laptops, game consoles, and almost anything else through a wireless router.
8 niche social networks deliver the introductions business owners need.
Margie Miller keeps losing her Internet connection. Is it the router, the modem, her PC, or something else?
Want to hook up multiple computers even when you're not on a network? In a pinch, you can create an ad-hoc network to transfer files or share an Internet connection.
Free shooter Quake Live plays in a browser; keep this web app off work PCs.
The next time you’re stranded without an open WiFi network (but your 3G signal is going strong), you’ll be glad you installed Addition’s iPhoneModem 2 (free to try, full license is $9.99).
With just a Wi-Fi network, your laptop can sense its location in Google Latitude and Google Maps.
Are you really going to trust that your ISP isn't throttling your Net connection? These tools will let you find out for yourself.
Among several free (and paid) options, LogMeIn remotely drives a network PC with little hassle.
Putting a secure and well-thought-out telecommuting plan in place at your company may yield a happier, more productive workforce.