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D-Link Dual-band 11n for the impatient: DGL-4500 Reviewed

If you want a dual-band draft 11n router from D-Link, there is no need to wait for the DIR-855. The DGL-4500 has everything that router will have, except the second radio.

Startup Ribbit seeks to unite telephony and the Web

Google takes a crack at Wikipedia with Knol

Lime Technology unRAID Reviewed

For the cost of a flash drive and a bit of time, you can turn that computer in your closet into a simple multi-drive NAS with unRAID.

Can a New WiFi Adapter Change Your Wireless Performance?

Our unprecedented testing shows one clear winner if you want to change your wireless adapter.

AT&T dials up monthly cost of old-fashioned Internet access

D-Link cut prices of entry-level 802.11n routers in North America to below $50

Legacy-friendly Draft 11n: Belkin N1 Vision Reviewed

Belkin's Certified Draft 2.0 802.11n wireless router is nice to nearby WLANs and supports jumbo frames, too!

Linksys RVL200 Review: No Hassle SOHO / SMB VPN

Linksys' sleeper product uses your web browser to launch SSL VPN tunnels and free you from the hassles of getting IPsec tunnels to work.

Wi-Fi industry to ship 300 million chipsets in 2007

Linksys WRT350N Wireless-N Gigabit Router with Storage Link Reviewed

The WRT350N is a single-band clone of the dual-band WRT600N.

IPEVO SOLO Skype Desktop Phone Review

The SOLO is a self-contained desktop Skype phone for those who don't want to run a computer for Skype calling.

Are You Playing the Draft 802.11n Shell Game?

Manufacturers keep us guessing about what's really inside the wireless networking products we buy.

Google wants to be your hard drive: WSJ

U.S. broadband infrastructure to reach maximum capacity by 2010

No price cuts yet for 802.11n products in Q4 07

Linksys SLM2008 8-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Smart Switch Review

If you need 8 ports of "smart" switched gigabit and have around $100, the SLM2008 could be the one for you.

How To Fix Your Wireless Network - Part 3: Increasing Coverage

Part 3 of the SmallNetBuilder series provides some handy hints for killing off pesky wireless dead spots.

Add, Don't Replace When Upgrading to 802.11n

Recycle, don't toss your old 802.11g wireless router when moving up to draft 802.11n gear.