The Passport Max isn't exactly a bargain, but with improved detection performance and fewer annoying false alerts, it certainly justifies its price tag.
The Cel-Fi is an effective solution to extend T-Mobile or AT&T signal to where you couldn't get it before, but it's cost-prohibitive for homes and hence suitable mostly or business users.
The Amped Wireless RTA15 is a decent Wi-Fi router, but better firmware is needed for it to live up to its high cost and our expectation.
At CES 2013, Wilson Electronics finally adds a cell phone signal booster that supports LTE from all major U.S. carriers.
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If you have the cash and can master the design, the Wilson Electronics Sleek 4G-V booster delivers the strong signal your cell phone needs.
Normally $100 more, this dual-band booster promises much better indoor signal strength for both CDMA and GSM phones.
Engineers at University of Washington are working on a new type of tech called "Wi-Fi backscatter" that only needs a signal from a router to power up and communicate.
Doorbot is an excellent idea poorly executed -- hold off for now and hope that this glitchy device improves with time.
All signs point to a very thin next-generation iPhone. But that also means plenty of headaches for parts suppliers.
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.