This week in the world of Android we saw the opening of a physical Google Store, the end of the Nexus 5, and we heard word of USB C coming to Android phones in a big way.
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Google's high end Chromebook just received a refresh after two years with a lower initial price and specs to make any Chromebook fan drool.
Rumors are circulating that Apple is getting ready to revamp the MacBook Air, and that the new notebook will not only be smaller, but that it will get rid of the full-sized USB port, SD card slot, and even the MagSafe connector.
Want 802.11ac Wi-Fi speeds at an affordable price and with open-source software under the hood? If that's you, then you're going to want to check out Belkin's Linksys 1200AC.
Google has blacklisted over 11,000 domains after a malware campaign, dubbed SoakSoak, compromised more than 100,000 websites using the WordPress content management system.
Looking for a cheap and cheerful Windows-powered notebook for work of play? Take a look at the HP Stream 11.
A recent survey by WildPackets shows that 802.11ac is making in-roads into the enterprise as well as the home.
Wi-Fi, especially public Wi-Fi, is still fraught with security problems. A solution has been in the works for some time but is still not ready for most.
Got a living room too far away from your router for your streaming devices? You need a wireless range extender with media bridge capability.
Buyers of the 4G LTE edition of Google's premium Chromebook had been promised 100MB of free data per month for two years after purchase, but now Google is providing $150 gift cards to impacted Pixel owners as Verizon says it's working to resolve the situation.
It's fast, it has a super-strong signal and it's blue and black like Linksys devices from the old days. Unfortunately the software hasn't advanced as quickly as the hardware.
Buffalo's flagship WZR-1750DHPD 802.11ac router features DD-WRT open source firmware out of the box. At $189.00 street, is it worth it?
There may still be some scepticism over whether chromebooks are worth the investment, but HP doesn't appear to be fazed, introducing the Chromebook 11 to the Australian market.
How would you like to have 7 Gbps of Wi-Fi data flying through your office? You will soon.
The recall, outlined by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, covers HP Chromebook 11 chargers with the model number MU15-N1052-A00S.
Google has updated Glass to XE11 and removed the threat to deactivate devices if they're sold second hand.
The chip giant's new modem is already built into the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE tablet being sold overseas.
AVM beefs up its range of 802.11n routers with a two-radio dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz), three-stream model that comfortably outperforms its single-radio predecessor.
Gigabit Wi-Fi access points are due to cross the one million device mark by year's end.
Certification and the first shipping devices mean that 802.11ac is available and worth using, but there's plenty more functionality still to come.
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