Monday, May 20th
Cisco's latest addition to the popular Flip digital camcorder line has more memory and a bigger screen.
Next week, SmallNetBuilder will be giving away a Cisco Linksys E3000 top-of-line dual-band N router and AE1000 dual-band N USB adapter bundle every day for five days.
Cisco today announced its intent to acquire privately held MOTO Development Group, a design consulting firm that develops products and product strategies for the consumer industry.
It's easy to criticize, harder to compliment. The iPad isn't all about disappointments and missing features.
Apps are key to making tiny smartphone screens usable. But with a full-sized browser, apps are more of a convenience than a necessity for accessing web-based content.
Time Warner and Comcast today announced plans to expand their TV Everywhere initiative to iPad owners.
A power outage provides some insight into how fragile our communications infrastructure really is.
A brief encounter with a cellular network extender showed that some router firewalls are too aggressive for their own good.
Better late than never. Here's a round-up of the networking-related news that we didn't get to during the show.
Ooma today announced new features for its Telo Voip phone system.
Buffalo announced an iPod / storage dock, USB 3.0 ExpressCard and new
dual-drive and Windows Storage Server NASes
Broadcom announced three 802.11n router SoCs and Atheros its first
announcements include a lower-priced media player, new 3G and integrated DSL
N routers, powerline adapters, a unique "media switch" and hints of
a 600 Mbps N bridge to come.
Sling Media division announced four Sling products aimed at TV service providers,
including EchoStar's DISH satellite TV service.
new offerings include three N routers, a green Gigabit switch and megapixel
PoE IP camera.
Syabas has announced a small, $129 open platform media player.
PROMISE Technology today announced a dual-drive NAS that supports Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) UPLOAD.
today announced a $100 device that shares USB drives locally and remotely.
QNAP will be showing its new line of business NASes based on Intel's 1.6 GHz D510 dual-core Atom processor.
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