CNET editor Dong Ngo gives all his answers to questions about the basics of home networking.
Lantronix announces a print server, called xPrintServer, which enables printing from iOS-based devices to network printers.
Want to add cable/satellite to a second room without a second box? So does CNET reader Will. Geoff Morrison helps him out.
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.
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.
Trendnet shows off its smallest router that supports the Draft N wireless standard, thus addressing a shortcoming of many pocket routers.
It's not much of a secret that iPlayer was going to turn up on freesat at some point. The good news is, we now know there will be a beta program run at the end of November
AirPort Extreme Update 2007-003 resolves issues with some third-party routers, but introduces some problems with others.
This episode had a number of potential titles. Nerd Alert, Nerd party, Nerdgasm... but we honed in on the one that really encapsulates the sheer nerditude of stuff covered in today's show. Let your inner nerd shine through.