Don't-Miss Networking Stories
Sony's tough-but-fashionable TX5 offers excellent low-light shooting, but its touchscreen and menus are drawbacks.
The gadget serves as a mobile hotspot for up to five devices, and injects it with 4G speed (where available).
Whether you're running the next great business pitch from your phone or you just need to jot down ideas and edit documents on the go, we have you covered.
If you want to add a PC that can stream video from Hulu or Netflix to your HDTV, look no further than Acer's small Aspire Revo AR3610.
Belkin's Play Max router promises high-end home users a full-featured wireless network without the pain of dealing with advanced configuration settings--but results are a mixed bag.
Looking to extend your wired network without rewiring your house? Netgear's Powerline AV 200 and AV+200 kits may help--but try before you buy.
AT&T's new femtocell uses your broadband service to turn cell phone calls into VoIP calls. However, it wasn't quite as reliable as we had hoped.
Affordable device capably turns USB storage into a full NAS setup.
Must-read project management websites, blogs, Twitter feeds, and books.
IT certification and training can help IT pros increase their high-tech knowledge and their paychecks
Cisco's newest Wi-Fi router makes setting up a home wireless network easier--but not as easy as it could be.
Microsoft released a preview of Internet Explorer 9's Web page rendering engine. What does it do differently and why should you care?
ZyXEL's NWA-3166 wireless access point gives small businesses wireless AP management features without the cost of a dedicated controller appliance.
This color inkjet multifunction printer is a competent small-office device that can can access and view Web-based applications on its LCD.