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D-Link announced two managed gigabit switches with PoE, QNAP started selling its SSD "NASbook" and TRENDnet launched a 4 Megapixel surveillance camera line.
changes are coming in Wi-Fi and router geeks aren't going to like all of them.
Synology has added a "budget-friendly" four-bay NAS.
TRENDnet has announced an AC1900 USB adapter at CES 2016.
TP-LINK announced four routers, including the first router with a 60 GHz radio and one with ZigBee and Z-Wave built in.
Amped Wireless launched an inexpensive MU-MIMO AC1300 class product line and wall-plugged extender at CES 2016 today.
QNAP announced its first portable NAS and a Braswell version of one of its popular product lines.
Updated - Amped Wireless announced a new version of its MU-MIMO router and twoWi-Fi cameras for CES 2016.
D-LINK unveiled new Wi-Fi and Smart Home products at CES 2016.
Linksys' CES 2016 lineup include lots of MU-MIMO products.
NETGEAR's CES 2016 announcements include a mix of wireless routers, extenders and combo powerline products.
We missed some stories recently, so let's catch up.
We're back from vacation. So here are a few stories we were too busy relaxing to post.
Oversight of the internet domain system will remain with the U.S. awhile longer.
LaCie is shutting down its Wuala secure cloud storage service.
Amazon unveiled two unlimited plans for photos and "everything".
Most of the networking news at CES 2015 was made by chipmakers and Things.
TRENDnet has introduced a network video recorder kit.
Edimax launched its Pro Series access points at CES 2015.
Synology announced a special cloud bundle DiskStation NASes at CES 2015.
EnGenius' CES 2015 announcements seem like déjà vu.
Amped Wireless has announced two business class AC1750 wireless products
TP-LINK's CES 2015 announcements focus on wireless extenders, Gigabit powerline and Home Automation.
TRENDnet has announced an AC750 travel router.
Our new MU-MIMO test process measures both total throughput gain and scaling ability.
Our tests show the latest AC3100 and AC5300 class routers might not be the cure for your Wi-Fi woes.
We tested seven AC routers to see if they improved throughput for an N device. We were surprised to find they did!
Our first-ever test shows some MU-MIMO routers are not ready to handle large numbers of MU devices.