We've recently seen a computer in a keyboard, but Marvell is going one better and releasing a new hardware platform that promises a computer in a plug. The SheevaPlug platform consists of the company's Kirkwood processor, 512MB of DRAM, 512MB of flash memory, a Gigabit Ethernet port, and a USB port, all of which can fit in the size of a wall-wart-style power adapter.
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Sean Portnoy is a former executive editor at Computer Shopper magazine and editor at CNET Networks.
Another day, another NAS device. This time, it's storage giant Western Digital stepping up to the plate with a revamp of its My Book World Edition network drive.
We already have both networking and storage companies flooding the market with network storage, but now it looks like boutique PC makers are getting into the act as well. CyberPower, best known for its gaming computers, has just announced a unit based on an Intel Atom processor and running Windows Home Server server.
You'd have to be pretty hardcore about networking to drop a $2,500 tax refund completely on your home network, but you can do it if you really try. Here's how you can put together a great networking setup with a supersized budget.
The other day I posted about a new four-bay business-oriented NAS device from QNAP. Now, Iomega expands its lineup of network storage with a four-bay solution of its own.
Intel's tiny low-power Atom CPU is the chip that powers almost all of the popular netbook market, and it's starting to emerge in ultra-cheap desktops as well. But the processor is also a natural for network-attached-storage (NAS) devices, many of which have used Intel Celeron CPUs in the past.
Give Verizon credit for trying something different. As fewer people rely on residential landlines for phone service, and more of those remaining people switch to VoIP service from their cable TV providers, the whole concept of the home phone needs a fresh look.
Following in the footsteps of Cablevision's Wi-Fi trials in Long Island, cable giant Comcast is now testing a free Wi-Fi service for its broadband customers in northern New Jersey, putting equipment in approximately 100 New Jersey Transit stations.According to a report by The Associated Press, Comcast is promising data speeds of 1.
Several weeks ago, I posted about a court decision that lifted the ban on Buffalo Technology selling its routers and access points in the U.S.
Datto is hoping its new twist on network attached storage (NAS) can stand out amid an increasingly crowded field of competitors. The Box 2 Box device, due in March, is designed to create a peer-to-peer network with other Box 2 Box drives, letting you sync files between the two, even if they're not using the same home network.