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Netgear N600 Wireless Router, $78

Buy.com is selling the dual-band Netgear N600 wireless router for only $78, with free shipping.

Five Must-Have Productivity Gadgets

CIO.com blogger Paul Mah uses--and reviews--a lot of gadgets, many of which quickly make their ways into a drawer or onto a shelf after their initial novelty wears thin. But some electronics are essential. Here's a list of the five productivity gadgets Mah simply cannot do without.

Linksys Powerline Connections: Wired Without Wires

Powerline networks operate by sending a modulated carrier signal over your regular AC wiring.

How to Choose a Router for Your Business

Although a consumer-level router is good enough for some small businesses, you need stronger, more secure equipment that can handle traffic among many users. Here are the must-have features in a serious router.

How to Set Up a Wireless Router

Setting up your new wireless router is simple as long as you have a PC with a wireless network adapter and an active high-speed Internet connection. Here's a quick guide to getting your wireless router running smoothly.

Worst of CES 2012: What Really Bugged Us About Tech's Largest Gathering

We didn't let massive monorail lines, overly slick PR pitches, gigantic crowds, and lack of sleep prevent us from pinpointing some the worst of CES 2012. In fact, it was pretty easy. Here's what we hated about this year's tech Lollapalooza.

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Can My Neighbor and I Share an Internet Connection?

John asked if he and his neighbor could share one Internet access account

How to Forward Ports on Your Router

Your router can sometimes get in the way of your favorite multiplayer games or chat programs by inadvertently shuttering certain network ports. To fix that problem yourself, follow our simple guide to port forwarding.

How To Lock Down Your Wireless Network

Securing your wireless network is a simple process that costs nothing and could save you from a disastrous network breach down the road.

Why You Need a Router

ZyrrahXD asked the Networking forum about the best way to split a home Internet connection between multiple computers