There are definitely some things you should look for in both the router and adapters.
Automated backups are the best way to keep your data safe. Simon Chester explains how to set them up.
It makes sense to sandbox selected applications for a safer PC, as Link Harris explains.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12 is more accurate than a typist while voice recognition in mobile devices continues to improve. David Hague shows why it’s time to dump the keyboard.
Sony, the one-time King of Gaming, has moved to Android, but only for certified devices. Simon Chester shows how to fix that.
Darren Yates explains how to build an Arduino-powered digital audio player that plays WAV files from an SD card, all for less than $40.
It’s certainly true that only a small handful of manufacturers actually make the LCD panels that go into them, which means there are recognisable levels of technological overlap.
802.11ac networking is so new that you’ll likely need an adapter or wireless bridge to use it.
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The latest iteration of Wi-Fi, 802.11ac, will eventually replace 802.11n as the dominant standard. Here are 5 things you need to know:
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