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How To Buy Cloud Storage - Part 2

Storage in the CloudIn the second and final part of this series, we survey some of the companies offering different types of cloud storage services.

How To Buy Cloud Storage - Part 1

Storage in the CloudOur guide will help sort through the many options for saving your files in the cloud.

How To Buy a NAS - The Short(er) Version - Updated 2011

Which NAS to choose?

Our updated short guide to buying a NAS will get you quickly pointed in the right direction.

Homegrown Network: A Concrete Example

Homegrown Network: A Concrete Example Designing and installing a DIY home network is hard enough. But doing it in a concrete block home requires extra planning and care.

Staying Secure In The Cloud - Part 2

Secure Cloud In Part 2, we look at practical steps you can take to ensure a safe cloud computing experience.

Crossing The Chasm: Converting An iPhone App to Android

Converting An iPhone App to Android One man's story of porting an app from Apple's tightly-controlled fiefdom to the wild and wooly Android frontier.

Staying Secure In The Cloud - Part 1

Secure Cloud Pay attention to the fine print to know how safe your data is with your Cloud service providers.

Confessions of a Nook Color Rooter: Trying Honeycomb

Pirate AndroidWe managed to get Android Honeycomb running on the Nook Color. But it's not really a good way to go just yet.

How To Add Ports To A Router

How To Add Ports To A RouterExpanding the number of Ethernet ports on a router is one of the easiest things you can do. But people still have questions. We've got the answers.

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