CNET editors choose the best 802.11ac networking devices, including wireless routers.
CNET editor Dong Ngo picks a handful of networking and storage products of 2014 he finds most interesting.
The art of retail arbitrage -- buying products from brick-and mortar stores and selling them online for a higher price -- is alive and well.
The holiday season is when we take a lot of photos and videos. To keep those memories for years to come, we need good storage devices that are not only spacious but also fast and, ideally, affordable. Here are some that will make great gifts for yourself and for your loved ones.
Looking to expand your Wi-Fi network or your digital-content library? CNET editor Dong Ngo searches for deals and lets you know what to spend money on this holiday season.
With the market for cloud storage services starting to get crowded, we take a look at how to get as much storage from the different providers as possible.
CEO Jeff Bezos, hoping to lock consumers into its store through services, adds a new cloud service perk for all Prime service subscribers. Up until now, the free storage deal had only been available to owners of Amazon's Fire devices.
The G-Speed Studio R Thunderbolt 2 is a super fast storage array that supports multiple RAID configuration. The device is available in 12TB, 16TB and 24TB capacities that cost $2200, $2700 and $3600, respectively.
Currying favor with educators and the next generation of workers, Google lifts the 30GB limit on its free Google Apps service for education customers.
A new version of the chipmaker's tablet comes with 32GB of storage and a 4G LTE connection, but it costs an extra $100.
The top level now offers 1 terabyte of online storage for $19.99 per month, or £14.99 in the UK.