There are free firmware for routers that extend the functionality of certain models – DD-WRT, Tomato and Hyper-WRT come to mind – but if you want a user-friendly interface, the Skydog system might be better for you.
The first city in the country to get the incredibly fast Google Fiber Internet service was Kansas City. Earlier this month, Google announced the second city to get access to its incredibly fast Internet service would be Austin, Texas.
Having compared an iPhone 4S and an iPod Touch next to each other, I can confirm that I’d rather carry around an iPod Touch since it’s very thin compared to the iPhone. That sentiment will make even more sense once you pop FreedomPop’s Freedom Sleeve case onto your iPod Touch.
If you skipped school or work today and hoped to spend the day playing Battlefield 3 online on your PS3, your hopes are dashed. Odds are many of you have noticed today that the PlayStation network has been down.
Now this is one cool invention for gamers. You may be familiar with the cloud game service that streamed the games to your TV or computer called OnLive. The bane of any online gamer’s existence is lag and if you have played online games you surely know what a drag lag is.
Last year we featured a case for the iPhone 4 that lets you switch between two SIM cards. That case has now been upgraded – now you can use two SIMs at once, no need to switch, plus you get an 800 mAh extra battery.
Say you’re sick of AT&T. Assuming you’ve jailbroken your iPhone 4, you can now bounce between two cell networks of your choice courtesy of this unusual case.
The iPhone 4 Dual SIM Adapter case comes with a ribbon cable that pops into your iPhone’s SIM slot, splitting it into two card slots.
This nifty little media player claims it can play just about any video format you can throw at it. The Mvix Ultio 1080p Media Center not only can play a ton of codecs, but can stream video from many web-based video services as well.
The main reason why I’m looking forward to a wireless future is because wires and cables are really messy. I can set things up fine, I know how to use color codes and to match shapes and to match the male end with the female end, but the way they sprawl all over the place is really irritating.
Designer Neil Poulton got the inspiration for the domed glowing light on the outside of his latest hard drive design from the red light on the face of HAL 9000, the infamous computer from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Slurpr may sound like another “Web 2.0” site, but it’s actually a piece of networking hardware. The beastly device, designed by Dutch hacker Mark Hoekstra, is designed to aggregate a bunch of Wi-Fi access points into one big fat high speed connection.
If software-based security products are getting you down, check out this little (and I do mean little) gadget called the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro. It’s a complete computer security solution that’s small enough to fit in your pocket.