Karma is looking to change that. “Social Bandwidth,” they call it. Karma provides the access point, you buy the bandwidth you need: no monthly bill, no contracts, no minimum usage. On top of that, when someone wants Internet, they can use your hotspot without affecting your bandwidth balance. They get their own! In fact, Karma gives you and them 100 MB whenever they sign into your hotspot and they get their own bandwidth to use. Sign up a friend using a referral link and get 500 MB instead.
The Wi-Fi router range for home networks depends on a number of variables, such as the size of the home and the number of devices that are going to be in use. For example, a single story home can get away with a router offering an average range, a couple of LAN ports, 2 antennas and 802.11n standard.
TP-LINK, famous for providing excellent quality networking products, has introduced its Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender of 300 mbps. This device ensures enhancement of connectivity with its ability to increase the signal coverage by almost 40 percent. This ensures fast working and keeps your mobility as a priority throughout.
Amped wireless a Tech company on a mission to develop long range wireless products has launched its latest product the ‘RTA 15’, which is a one of a kind long-range AC router. The CEO of Amped Wireless, Mr. Owen while addressing the practicality of the device claimed that the router would allow its owner to have access to faster web browsing, streaming, and downloading on any Wi-Fi supporting device all around his home or office.
Silicon Power has just released new Wi-Fi enabled SD cards. We all pretty much agree with the fact that digital cameras are amazing but when it comes transferring thousands of photos by connecting it to laptops is a big time hassle and at times inconvenient as well. Fortunately Silicon Power has done a great job by resolving this big issue.
We have known from numerous latest user reports that Apple’s new 802.11ac Macbook Air laptops are facing Wi-Fi disconnection problem. The Apple users are experiencing a sudden and unexpected drop in their laptops’ wireless connectivity. As posted on the Apple’s Support Communities website, we have learned that the problem is basically appearing on both the 11inch and 13inch varieties of the newly updated notebook lineup which was introduced at the WWDC earlier this month.
Comcast is currently the largest internet service provider in the United States. They want to add a second WiFi signal to your Xfinity modem so other Comcast subscribers may access the internet when they are away from home and near your gateway. Basically Comcast will to transforming all of their customers home modems into public WiFi spots.
In this modern area of wireless networking, the market is flooded with devices with advanced feature sets, sometimes not performing as well as others. This trade-off can be frustrating. Sometimes, the basic features are all one really needs in a WiFi router, and the Rosewill T600N fills that gap. It’s an 802.11a/b/g/n router that can do 300 Mbps per frequency and even features standard replaceable antennas for its 2.4 GHz radio. ThinkComputers takes a look at this sub $60 unit that frequently can be found online for under $50!
Hard drive docks are nothing new. They have been around for quite some time and we have reviewed a handful of them. The only thing that has really changed in the way of hard drive docks is the connections. When USB 3.0 came out we saw a new round of hard drive docks with the new, faster connection. So what is next for hard drive docks? Vantec seems to think WiFi is. It makes sense, we have so many wireless devices now with tablets and smartphones ruling our lives. So why not be able to access the information on any hard drive without having to have a USB connection on your device? This is where the NexStar WiFi Hard Drive Dock comes in. It is your normal hard drive dock supporting 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives and has a USB 3.0 connection, but it also has WiFi so you can use an iOS or Android device to connect to it and access your files. Let’s dive in!
Portable hotspots have become extremely popular among people who constantly find themselves on the road. The increase in WiFi hotspot usage means an increase in malicious users who’s primary goal is to gain access to these types of networks and the information that’s being transmitted on them. If you’ve recently purchased a mobile WiFi hotspot device, follow these simple tips to help keep the hackers, jackers and slackers out of your personal business.