• Nexaira announces new 3G/4G router (girl not included)

    Naxaira Wireless recently unveiled their 3G/4G SOHO router. The new router promises fast and secure Wi-Fi anywhere in North America where there is cellular coverage by a wireless carrier. The device works with HSPA and HSPA+ networks from AT&T, T-Mobile, Bell, Rogers, and Telus, and EDVO RevA networks from Sprint and Verizon, as well as 4G WiMAX from Clear. Read More

  • The Linksys E-Series router is for you while the Cisco Valet is for your dad

    Cisco today announced two new lines of wireless routers: the Valet series and the Linksys E-series. Both share the same design, with the only obvious differentiator being the color. The white Valet routers target the general consumer, while the black E-series is designed for “tech enthusiasts” like yours truly. Read More

  • Asus wants your network to look fabulous

    You’ve been sitting there looking and looking at that horrible little while box that your assistant says is a “wireless rooter” and you are disgusted that this horrible thing has to even be in your house for the Internet let alone somewhere where you can see it. What do you do? You tell your assistant to go down to the Asus store or whatever and get you this beautiful… Read More

  • Linksys outs Linux-based media server Wireless-N router

    Have thing for Linux? Need a Wireless-N router that happens to work as a media server, too? Then Linksys has what you’re looking for, nerd. Say hello to the WRT160NL. Read More

  • Share your 3G connection over Wi-Fi with the LevelOne MobilSpot

    It’s now a tad easier to share a 3G connection thanks to the LevelOne MobilSpot Portable Wireless HotSpot. All the router requires is either a USB or Card Bus datacard and off it goes, sharing the EV-DO or HSDPA stream over Wi-Fi or out through Ethernet. It’s that easy, folks. LevelOne has also configured the router to work as a standard home router that’s compatible with… Read More

  • Griffin Airbase: the first Airport range extender designed specifically for the foolish and credulous

    The problem with radio waves is that they just can’t seem to pass through things. That’s why I maintain a direct line of sight to my wireless router at all times — even when I’m not using it! And with this range extender for my Airport Express, now I can make my router higher up and more visible in the room — because that’s why I bought a wireless… Read More

  • FCC Filing Reveals New T-Mobile @Home Router

    Though John “Pop n’ Lock” Biggs is a fan of T-Mobile’s @Home service, it still hasn’t stopped the ‘Mo from developing with a new version of the product. The revamped router has hit the FCC and it looks to be a whole new experience with T-Mobile @Home. It features dual SIM card slots and dual phone jacks so you can hook up your own phones for the hot… Read More

  • "My Router Got Hacked!" Excuse Wearing Thin

    Up until about a month ago, if you got caught pirating some software, music, or video, you could just claim that your router was left unsecured and that anyone could have accessed it. This claim would cause the party trying to sue you to drop their case against you and you’d walk off a free man or woman. But now times have changed and these big-shot lawyers accusing you of piracy now… Read More

  • Linksys WRT350N 802.11n Gigabit Router

    Not only does this WRT350N have MIMO draft-802.11n routing capabilities, which means you can get next-generation’s wireless today, it’s a gigabit router as well, so you can transfer your files around your network home network at speeds The Flash would be envious of. All this wireless and wired speed can help you connect your various PCs together in a Michael Jackson/Paul… Read More

  • Find Your Neighbor's Default Wireless Router Password

    <img src=" for helping out your friends when they've misplaced theirs, and not for logging into your neighbor's wireless and messing with their settings. The prerequisites for the latter are 1) an open wireless connection, and 2) a real hatred for your neighbors. Just make sure they don't know it was you… Read More