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hawking hi-gain hsb2 wifi signal booster

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Hawking HSB1 Wireless Signal Booster

Hawking's HSB1 signal booster can help your wireless router cover more space at higher throughput, but it's expensive and can create interference problems for cordless phones and baby monitors because it operates in the shared 2.4GHz spectrum.

By November 4, 2004

3 stars Editors' rating November 4, 2004

MSRP: $129.00

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Find open hotspots with WifiMapper

Need hotspot access right now? This app will help you find reliable connections all over your city, or elsewhere.

By July 21, 2015

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Top five power line adapters: When Wi-Fi fails you

CNET editor Dong Ngo picks his top power line adapters. These offer great performance for those who need to quickly expand their network, particularly to the spots where Wi-Fi signals can't reach.

By June 5, 2015

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What you need to know about Wi-Fi calling

Curious about Wi-Fi calling and what it entails? CNET has the rundown on what you need to know.

By April 21, 2015

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Turn your dad into a walking hotspot with TieFi

Just in time for Father's Day, here's a good reason to get closer to dad -- literally.

By June 19, 2015

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Calling all iPhones! Sprint's iPhone gets Wi-Fi calling

Four of Apple's iPhones will be able to take calls over Sprint's Wi-Fi networks, a boon if your signal -- or minutes -- are running low.

By April 8, 2015

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Get a zBoost Soho Max cell-phone signal booster for $199.99

Normally $100 more, this dual-band booster promises much better indoor signal strength for both CDMA and GSM phones.

By August 28, 2014

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Startup Eero wants to wipe out weak Wi-Fi

Routers sold as a $300 three-pack are meant to bring fast, reliable network access to all corners of the house. But first Eero will have to convince you your networks need fixing.

By February 3, 2015

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AT&T case offers Wi-Fi iPads a way to ride its network

The Modio Case provides battery capacity, the potential for more storage and a 4G LTE connection.

By January 6, 2015

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Man sues police for turning off dashcam during arrest

Technically Incorrect: In St. Louis, the use of cameras offers another controversy. A man claims police tried to cover up alleged rough treatment as they arrested him.

By February 18, 2015