Synology has announced a Intel based quad-core NAS and beta of its upcoming OS.
Updated - We've updated our competitive profile of these two popular NAS makers. It's still a difficult choice, but there are clearer differences.
We tested seven AC routers to see if they improved throughput for an N device. We were surprised to find they did!
NETGEAR's R6300v2 delivers higher storage throughput than the original. But its wireless performance doesn't match its higher price.
The Document Foundation's tender for the development of an Android implementation of LibreOffice begs serious questions, namely: Can an influx of cash into open source code creation succeed, and how do pay-for-code plays from n
ZyXEL's PLA5206 is the first of a new class of HomePlug products, but the only thing Gigabit about it is its Ethernet port.
We went back and retested a few AC1750 routers with the V8 testbed and compared them to AC1900 routers. What we found was surprising.
Doug is back with more VLAN fun, this time mixing a VLAN capable router, switch and access point.
As you've heard many times by now, someone with no life or ethics appears to have hacked into numerous celebrity accounts on Apple's iCloud service and copied private photographs wholesale.
Finnish company Teleste has announced a combination MoCA 2.0 / Wi-Fi adapter.
Synology has announced a sub-$150 single-bay NAS.
QNAP's TS-251 and TS451 are Bay Trail NASes that pack a performance punch, but will also wallop your wallet.
NETGEAR has announced its first AC2350 class router.
Updated - D-Link's DIR-880L first AC1900 class router is a late entry that doesn't break new ground.
ZyXEL has announced two gigabit speed powerline adapters, one SISO, one MIMO.
In a recent blog post, a senior developer at Walmart Labs explained that the company's embrace of open source costs big money.
At the annual OSCON (Open Source Convention) last week, those stuck in a worldview of open source from the previous decade would have suffered serious cognitive dissonance.
Matt Asay is dead wrong to call the current era of the software industry "post open source," as he did in InfoWorld last week.