HDBaseT, which can send massive amounts of audio, video and data hundreds of feet over cheap, simple Cat 5 Ethernet cables, is coming to an AV device near you.
Boxes here, boxes there. Something needed to be done, or Mrs Crave was going to start getting cross. So we put everything in a cupboard, but we couldn't control it. Until the Lindy IR blaster arrived.
Cable wedding rings aren't a good idea.
CNET editor Dong Ngo gives all his answers to questions about the basics of home networking.
For the first time, Apple has introduced a second iPhone to the range, with the iPhone 5c. The new option delivers a steel-reinforced plastic design and replaces the iPhone 5.
Want to add cable/satellite to a second room without a second box? So does CNET reader Will. Geoff Morrison helps him out.
The latest ultrabooks haven't beaten the MacBook Air yet, but they're getting closer. Here are some upgrades the next ultrathin Apple laptop could use to maintain the lead.
Lantronix announces a print server, called xPrintServer, which enables printing from iOS-based devices to network printers.
Heading to CES 2012, Broadcom shows off a new networking application and technology for consumers to use at home, on the go, and on the road.
On today's show, Android is taking over the world (seriously), Internet-starved users turn to ham radio and dial-up to get the word out of Egypt, and Intel's Sandy Bridge chipsets are delayed (uh oh). Also, details about a possible Netflix-like streaming service that would be free for Amazon Prime users. As if Amazon Prime could get any more awesome. All the right moves, Amazon. All the right moves. Plus, some problems with quashing subpoenas. --Molly