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4 Edimax nMax Wireless 802.11n Gigabit Router

Edimax nMax Wireless 802.11n Gigabit Router

Misc Hardware | 15th April 2009

We take a look at Edimax's flagship router, and see whether it's deserving of it's rank within the company's offerings.

12 Edimax Wireless nLITE High Gain USB Adaptor

Edimax Wireless nLITE High Gain USB Adaptor

Misc Hardware | 23rd March 2009

We take a close look at Edimax's premier USB Wireless adaptor. With some great features and a great price, is it all good news?

10 Asus RT-N11 EZ Wireless Router

Asus RT-N11 EZ Wireless Router

Misc Hardware | 17th October 2008

Touting multiple SSID capability along with the wireless N standard the RT-N11 certainly seems to have what it takes to be a top router.

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13 Display Link Has a Big Wireless Announcement

Display Link Has a Big Wireless Announcement

Mike Reilly | 15th January 2007

In the world of PCs everything is fair game whe it comes to using wireless. Wireless keyboard, wireless mouse, and DisplayLink has just announced wireless... Did you honestly think I would tell you in the teaser? Click inside for details...

6 PayPal keyring Security Device To Be Trialled

PayPal keyring Security Device To Be Trialled

Matthew Fogg | 15th January 2007

An keychain electronic security device designed to combat phishing scams is to be trialled in the US, Germany and Australia by eBay's online payments subsidiary PayPal. Read on to find out more...

1 SCO About To Go Under

SCO About To Go Under

Matthew Fogg | 14th January 2007

Novell has claimed that The SCO Group, the licensing and consulting firm conducting various legal campaigns over the Linux operating system, is about to go bankrupt. Read on to find out more...

6 Cisco to Release Apple TV Competitor?

Cisco to Release Apple TV Competitor?

Mike Reilly | 13th January 2007

It seems like Cisco is out for Apple's blood, and there are claims that they plan to release a competitor to the recently revealed Apple TV, which was released at MacWorld. Read on for more information...

9 WaterCooling UK Case Modding Services

WaterCooling UK Case Modding Services

Misc Hardware | 1st September 2008

Fancy an Orange Pearlescent case or maybe a black case with holographic flakes? We put WaterCooling UK's case spray painting service to the test on a mistreated CM Praetorian.

85 Bigfoot Networks Killer NIC & Killer K1 Network Cards

Bigfoot Networks Killer NIC & Killer K1 Network Cards

Misc Hardware | 21st March 2007

Today we've been given the opportunity to take a look at Bigfoot Network's "Killer NIC" and "Killer K1" Network Cards with promises of lower pings and increased FPS!

19 Extreme Prometeia Case Painting Service

Extreme Prometeia Case Painting Service

Misc Hardware | 7th September 2006

Ever get bored of that plain silver or black case? Dream of respraying it in an outrageous colour? Today we test out Extreme Prometeia's affordable powder coating service on one of our cases.

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5 PayPal Doubles Protection

PayPal Doubles Protection

Matthew Fogg | 11th January 2007

PayPal is doubling payment protection in the US and Canada for most eBay transactions to $2,000. Read on to find out more...

41 It's Here At Last! The Apple iPhone

It's Here At Last! The Apple iPhone

Mike Reilly | 10th January 2007

The Apple iPhone has been released at MacWorld boasting more features than erm... well... than a REALLY big movie theatre. Alright, well horrible joke aside, take a look inside for more details...

2 ASUS Products At CES 2007

ASUS Products At CES 2007

Matthew Fogg | 10th January 2007

Now that CES is in full swing, ASUS would like to draw your attention to a plethora of new innovative products. We've included just a few choice products that you can not miss. Read on to check them out...

10 Direct Wireless Connectivity Of Up To 12 Gigabits Per Second!

Direct Wireless Connectivity Of Up To 12 Gigabits Per Second!

Matthew Fogg | 11th December 2006

Scientists in Australia have developed a new approach to wireless networking that allows a DVD quality movie file to be transferred from one machine to another in less than a second.

11 Australian Telco Has Lost The Plot

Australian Telco Has Lost The Plot

Matthew Fogg | 28th November 2006

The net neutrality debate has begun in Australia, with BigPond hinting that it will start prioritising internet traffic according to the type and source of the data. Read on to find out more...

2 Educators Build A Cluster On The Cheap

Educators Build A Cluster On The Cheap

Matthew Fogg | 20th November 2006

Clusters have enjoyed a dramatic dip in prices over the past few years, although they remain out of many schools’ reach. A decent eight server cluster can easily stretch past $35,000 or so. Four US college professors with a geeky bent have worked to whittle the cost of a basic cluster down to $3,000 in the hopes of putting the systems in more students’ hands.

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