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Review: Linksys Business Internet Video Camera with Audio

Even the most dedicated and hard-working businessperson can’t be...

Review: FON Fonera 2.0n

Like every other Wi-Fi router under the sun, the...

Hamachi: Roll Your Own VPNs

Prior to the existence of the Internet as we...

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Review: Asus Videophone Touch AiGuru SV1T

Price: $199 (MSRP), before $50 mail-in rebate (available through 12/31/09) Pros: good audio and video quality; easy to use with simple touch-screen interface; built-in battery offers limited mobility Cons: lacks 802.11n support; doesn't store multiple...

Review: FON Fonera 2.0n

Like every other Wi-Fi router under the sun, the Fonera 2.0n from Madrid-based FON will provide you with wireless access to your broadband Internet connection. What makes the Fonera different is all the other...

10 Great Free Windows Networking Apps

As the famous proverb says, the best things in life are free. These ten utilities may not change your life, but they’re all helpful with a particular aspect of networking and none of them will...

Review: HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless All-in-One

The HP OfficeJet Pro Wireless All-in-One is the company’s top-of-the-line business-oriented inkjet printer. Originally priced at $399, HP is currently offering the unit for just $299.99 (after rebate), which buys you just about every feature you’d...

Review: hField Wi-Fire HFWFG200

hField Wi-Fire HFWFG200 Price: $59.00 Pros: makes useable connections from Wi-Fi signals too weak for internal adapters to connect to or detect Cons: lacks 802.11n support; not available from popular retailers Sometimes you come...

Netbook Wi-Fi�802.11g or 802.11n?

All netbooks come with Wi-Fi, but before buying, take a closer look to see which type you’re getting. As the peak PC buying season approaches, the enormous popularity of netbooks shows no signs of...

Review: Netgear 3G Mobile Broadband Wireless Router (MBR624GU)

Review: Netgear 3G Mobile Broadband Wireless Router (MBR624GU) Price: $110 (MSRP)Pros: inexpensive; easy to set up; works with both EV-DO and UTMS/HSDPA modemsCons: doesn’t support CardBus/ExpressCard modems or tethered phones (yet); relatively bulky Wi-Fi hotspots...

Review: Asus Eee Top PC ET1602

Asus Eee Top PC ET1602 Price: $550 (MSRP) (Dropping to $499 May 1, 2009) Pros: compact and stylish; touch-screen LCD display; integrated Wi-Fi, Webcam, and (good sounding) speakers Cons: modest performance; no optical drive, includes wired keyboard...

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