Choosing between AC2350 and AC3200 routers won't be as simple as getting the one with the bigger number.
D-Link has announced an AC1900 router and Wi-Fi motion sensor
NETGEAR publicly showed a four-stream AC2350 router last month.
Linksys has announced a new version of its AC1750 small-biz access point with more features.
EnGenius has added three 802.11ac access points.
The FCC has raised transmit power limits and eased other restrictions for some channels in the 5 GHz band.
D-Link has started to ship an AC1200 wireless range extender.
Updated - Do wireless router makers really goose transmit power above FCC limits? We found one that does. Not any more.
Update 2 - The first AC3200 routers are coming sooner than we thought. But don't get too excited.
D-Link has announced a router supporting Facebook Wi-Fi.
D-Link's DAP-1520 Wi-Fi AC750 Dual Band Range Extender uses a different approach than we've previously seen for simultaneous dual-band wireless extension.
ZyXEL has announced a new WLAN controller and wall-plate access point.
NETGEAR has added a new wireless controller and AP to its business-class wireless line.
TRENDnet says three of its 802.11ac routers can now be flashed with DD-WRT.
Qualcomm is reported be in discussions to buy WiGig chip company Wilocity.
NETGEAR's EX6100 AC750 WiFi Range Extender has some good features, but 5 GHz performance isn't one of them.
Our second round of tests on Linksys' new router includes AC1900 client, stress, client compatibility and more.
The Buffalo WMR-300 and NETGEAR PR2000 take two different approaches to N300 travel routers.
TRENDnet has started to ship a HomePlug AV 500 access point / adapter bundle.
Broadcom says it has an AC3200 chipset rolling off its production lines this quarter.
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