TRENDnet announced a PoE-powered AC1200 class access point.
ZyXEL announced a wireless hotspot with built-in thermal printer.
The design of NETGEAR's R6400 AC1750 Smart WiFi Router is more in tune with its other current products.
Tenda has announced its first AC1900 class wireless router.
Updated - Google has decided to jump into the wireless router game.
Amped Wireless' Athena RTA2600 High Power AC2600 Wi-Fi Router with MU-MIMO lets us take another whack at seeing what MU-MIMO brings to the Wi-Fi performance table.
The secrets behind MU-MIMO, revealed!
TP-LINK has started to ship its first "tri-band" router.
Amped Wireless has announced a new touch-screen router.
NETGEAR's EX6150 AC1200 WiFi Range Extender earns a top performance rating, but has some quirks worth noting.
D-Link is shipping its orb-like AC1900 adapter.
Windows 10 adds a new "feature" that can reduce your wireless network's security.
Wi-Fi mesh startup eero's first ship date has slipped into the fall, but you can now pre-order via Amazon.
There's a lot to like about Linksys's RE6700 AC1200 AMPLIFY Dual-Band Wi-Fi Range Extender.
Updated - Xclaim Wireless' Xi-3 with CloudManager is positioned as easier-to-use business-class WiFi. But have key business features been sacrificed for simplicity?
NETGEAR has unveiled the successor to its R6300.
Want to move up to 802.11ac, but keep your current router? Here's how.
Linksys' High-Gain Antennas don't always deliver on their promise of increased Wi-Fi coverage.
Amped Wireless has started to ship its MU-MIMO router.
Learn how to make dual-band devices use the less crowded 5 GHz band.
NETGEAR has announced a cloud-based IT management service.
NETGEAR has announced a cable modem combo version of its popular AC1900 router.
NETGEAR has announced an ADSL modem combo version of its popular AC1900 router.
EnGenius has announced a pair of in-wall access points.
Rockchip's new wireless device is the least sucky (for power) yet.
Nest's thermostat and net cam look like they're losing their mojo with consumers.
Updated There is only one way to get reliable, high-performance whole-home (or office) wireless coverage.
This short How To shows you how to delay your old wireless router's trip to the landfill.