BearExtender PC Long Range 802.11n USB Wi-Fi Booster

Available for the suggested retail price of $44.97

The BearExtender PC Long Range 802.11n USB Wi-Fi Booster is essentially a device that attempts to address the number one problem of wireless network connections: weak, and sometimes, dropped signals. This Wi-Fi device is a wireless signal booster or extender, but our tech experts have found this device to be unlike many of the other wireless extenders in the market, the BearExtender Wi-Fi Booster works more on the client side rather than with a Wi-Fi router. Continue reading

How to Change TalkTalk Wireless Router Password

How to Change TalkTalk Wireless Router Password

There are plenty of things that can go wrong with a wireless connection. It is a type of Internet connection that is not exactly known for being stable and reliable, but it is very convenient and works well with a lot of the new (and shiny) gadgets being sold these days. One of the things that can be extremely frustrating when it comes to wireless connections is forgetting the Wi-Fi password. When this type of things happen to your home connection, things can get hair-pullingly annoying—you cannot really demand for clues when you have set the password yourself. Continue reading

How to Speed Up Your Router with DD-WRT

How to Speed Up Your Router with DD-WRT
Year after year, we witness hardware devices grow less dependent on proprietary components and are now more reliant on various open source technologies. One of the most visible beneficiaries of this trend is the network router, especially the ones that can support a wide variety of third-party open source firmware projects. Perhaps the most popular variant is the DD-WRT, which has become a common out-of-the-box option for many router devices, but it also exists in standalone implementations that user can place on routers that support it. There are hundreds of router models that can run the DD-WRT firmware, including as many as 100 Linksys, Netgear and Huawei models alone. Continue reading

Benefits of the TalkTalk Huawei HG523a Router

The TalkTalk Huawei HG523a Router seems like a very simple router but this can also deliver impressive performance. A lot of people have the misconception that to be able to get the signal that they want from TalkTalk, they need to spend a whole lot of cash for their router. This is not true! Even if TalkTalk Huawei HG523a Router has a very simplistic design, this can also satisfy user’s criteria when it comes to internet connection. Continue reading

How can start-up businesses benefit from mobile technology?

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), a global provider of market intelligence, the mobile worker population worldwide will achieve 1.3 billion by 2015. This rising trend is increasing throughout the decade, especially because mobile technologies allow companies to be more flexible and efficient with their work. Portable devices such as laptops enable employees to respond to requests immediately, travel around with their projects and keep up with their agenda in a more integrated manner. The big companies are using it, the medium companies as well. So the question is how do start-ups benefit from mobile technologies and trends?  Continue reading

What is the IP Address of My TalkTalk Router?

If you have recently subscribed to TalkTalk’s broadband Internet service, you will need to set up your wireless router and connect it to TalkTalk internet backbone. When you do so, TalkTalk will assign an IP (Internet Protocol) address to any computer that connects to your router. This is a combination of numbers that is assigned to every device and is used as an entry pass every time you log onto the TalkTalk system. Continue reading

How a Good WiFi Router Will Speed Up Your Internet


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Planning to buy a WiFi router? There’s one good thing to keep in mind: a good WiFi router will speed up your Internet connection. This will help you choose the right kind of router that will provide an additional benefit to you other than making your Internet connection available wirelessly. Continue reading