Qualcomm launches 10Gb/s mmWave Wi-Fi parts
Promises low-lag wireless VR.
So long, 802.11ax.
We pitch Zyxel's new £50 500Mbps powerline adaptor set against the competition
Cloud Security models getting tracking stopper.
Congested connections get some traffic calming.
Adds 802.11b/g/n support to its home and small-office DS213.
Thecus's latest dual-bay NAS supports keyboards and mice and has an HDMI port too
We pitch Zyxel's new sub £50 500Mbps powerline adaptor set against the competition
Japanese researchers have successfully transmitted wireless data at 3Gb/s using 'T-ray' technology.
We take a look at Synology's latest NAS and its new DSM 4.0 operating system
Has this dinky box of tricks got what it takes to compete with its more fully specced competition?
Microsoft Research has offered a glimpse of its successor to Bob: HomeOS.
A novel new optical transceiver design has allowed IBM to hit transfer rates of 1Tb/s.
Do USB 3 and a 2GHz CPU make the DS212+ even better than DS211+?
Sony has taken the wraps off a new 60GHz radio tech which can run at speeds of up to 6.3Gb/s.
Intel has confirmed its data centre networking push with a new communications platform dubbed Crystal Forest.
Zyxel focusses on the media streaming market with the NSA310, which sports some interesting features.
Intel has thrown $125 million at networking specialist QLogic, gaining its InfiniBand know-how.
Buffalo has released details of its upcoming 802.11ac products, boasting Wi-Fi bandwidth of 1.75Gb/s.
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The UK's culture secretary warns that the rollout of superfast broadband is taking too long.
Broadband coming to the middle of nowhere near you?
With a large fan, 512MB of DDR3 memory and a 1.6GHz CPU, is the DS211+ a speed daemon?
IBM spawned the personal computing revolution 30 years ago when it released the very first PC
Virgin Media is in talks with London councils about offering a free 0.5Mb/sec network.
Virgin Media starts conducting a small-scale trial of a 1.5Gb/sec broadband connection in London.