wireless

  1. Need to Expand a Wireless Network? Try the Satechi Mini Router

    If you work on the road (or anywhere away from your home or office) you've likely run into a problem finding WiFi, even in hotels or coffee shops that offer it! The Satechi Multifunction Mini-Router gives you a private 300 Mbps WiFi access point, as well as working as a repeater that distributes a weak wireless signal elsewhere and a...
  2. The Affordable Acer C7 Chromebook

    One of the newest tablets on the market is the new Acer C7 Chromebook, and with its arrival comes a new price floor for these types of devices. At only $199, this 11.6 inch netbook is designed for users who spend most of their computing time on the internet. The lower price does mean lower specs, though it does possess an Intel...
  3. Hopeline: Help Others with your Old Phone

    October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so it is a great time to tell you about Verizon Wireless's HopeLine®. It is a national phone recycling and reuse program, and since it began, the company has collected more than 9 million no longer used wireless phones and turned them into nearly $14.2 million in cash grants to support domestic violence victims...
  4. The Dock Days Are Over?

    One of the biggest disappointments with the iPhone 5 was the new connector. The reversible, 80 percent smaller connector is called Lightning and is incompatible with older docks. (Yes, you probably could use the adapter...but it is $29, and who knows how well it will work with your old dock.) Of course, big names like Bose, BLW and B&O are already...
  5. Remember the Razr?

    The Motorola Razr was one of the phones to have in the early 2000's. Of course, that was because it was one of the most stylish phones on the market. Especially since many still owned these old Nokia phones: So compared to that, the old Motorola Razrs were amazing. But then smart phones took over the market. Blackberrys and iPhones...
  6. AT&T Introduces Shared Data Plans!

    Yesterday we mentioned AT&T's plan to charge users for FaceTime once iOS 6 is released. Since we told you how they are planning on charging you more, it's only fair that today we tell you about their plan to save you a little money. (Well, it might save you money.) AT&T will soon be offering "Mobile Share" plans, which will...

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