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Cujo Smart Firewall is the Internet Dog that Protects Your Internet’s Front Door

Some of us have the cable company set up our Internet, which we assume as safe. Maybe you also get a Wifi router, which you think you add even more security to your system. But these devices don’t deal as much with security – only to get you online. you need something that will tell you what is coming into your Internet home and even block the bad. That is where Cujo comes in. The more you have connected to your “Smart Home”, the more a device is needed so others cannot use this door to come in. All you need to do is click a link in an email that looks official. Or maybe you get a new device that you instantly connect to your network, and put all your passwords in, thinking it’s safe. Next thing you know, your computers,smart thermostat, lights,smart TV, and many other...

Netgear Nighthawk X4S Wireless Router Review

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS200 GB for Netflix. That is the data usage estimate for those who watch 13 hours of TV per week in HD. If you have Ultra HD (4k), that number will more than double. Add to that Internet security cameras, IoT devices like lights and thermostats and you have to not only worry about how much bandwidth you have, but if your home router can handle that information. The Netgear Nighthawk X4S is a wireless router that can keep up with the ever growing mobile devices in your house. Gaming and Video are the two big reasons to get this device. Pair two together and you can have full coverage of almost any home. Let’s start with the specs, then go over all the pros and cons. The Nighthawk X4S Router is a Dual Band Quad Stream Gigabit router. Using MU-MIMO...

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Hypershop iUSB Port 2: Wireless USB – CES 2013 Live

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSJennifer Lynn of Hypershop joins us on the Live TPN CES action. iUSB Port 2 allows you send items from a USB stick wirelessly. Three versions – A two- USB port connector, the HD (Hard drive inside) and Mini version. Hypershop iUSB [cessponsor] Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine and Scott Ertz of F5 Transcript of Episode: JEFF: So tell us what you brought today. JENNIFER: So we actually didn’t bring any batteries. So people probably know us because of the batteries that we do but we actually have a whole new line that does some Wi-Fi capabilities for all of your accessories. For your tablet, for all your usb devices. So what we have right here is the IUSB port 2. The nice thing about it is it has basically a built in battery and then a built in router....

Netgear: N-900 Router Connects with All Devices – CES 2012 0

Netgear: N-900 Router Connects with All Devices – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSNetgear was back on the TPN CES Live show this year. They are looking at how you connect to your routers and the new Netgear N-900 Router. The N-900 has the ability to not only connect to all your devices – whether computer, mobile, smart TV or appliances. They also introduced the Media Storage router. It’s like a NAS and router in one. A 2 TB drive is inside this device to make central storage for all your devices. Get Netgear N-900 at Amazon They did a survey and found at least 7 devices are now connected to your router nowadays. The N-900 speeds then help carry that load. Overall, Netgear had eight new products they introduced at CES. They also talked about PowerLine products (distributing data through your electrical outlets). They are coming out with a 500mb/sec version. Interview by Andy...

Swissvoice: ePure Land Line VoIP, iPhone, Android Dock – CES 2012 0

Swissvoice: ePure Land Line VoIP, iPhone, Android Dock – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSCompany Swissvoice has been around in Switzerland since 1893. They are bringing some of that technology to the US with the ePure. It’s a series of phones – a land-line version, but also a iPhone and Android version. The iPhone dock phone lets you put your phone in to charge, but then you can use the handset to answer phone calls. If you turn the receiver on the side, you can use it as a bluetooth speaker. The ePure also has a multi-phone solution. This is for your Android phone, or another smart phone. Once again, you can use the receiver as a cordless phone, or speakers when set on their side. We finally looked at another device that you connect up to your router, it then will push the call to multiple lines. If you don’t pick up the land line, it...

D-Link Shows Whole Home Router, Home Cameras, Boxee Box 1

D-Link Shows Whole Home Router, Home Cameras, Boxee Box

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSteve Stanzione joins the TPN live CES coverage. Regardless of your home installation skill, you will have some dead spots in wifi coverage. The new D-Link Whole Home Router that has steerable beam antennas. It virtually eliminates zones where coverage drops out, especially those who are streaming Hi-Def content. Steve also shows off the Home wireless cameras (932), then a close up look at the D-Link Boxee Box – the connectors, the remote, and some of the behind the scenes stories on why D-Link chose to add some features, and leave out others. The Whole Home Router is available in Q2, the camera is $120 and the Boxee Box is $249. Interview by Andrew McCaskey of RV News Net TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at...

Did the Geekazine 2008 Predictions Come True? 0

Did the Geekazine 2008 Predictions Come True?

Wow. It was about a year ago I asked for people to send in thoughts as to what to expect in 2008. I also made some Technology predictions. But the real question was – How far off was I? This is actually part 1 of a 2-part story. This first part reviews the predictions I made last year and how far off I was. Part 2 will have this years predictions, including predictions from CEO’s CTO’s TechPodcasters and even a Psychic. So without any further ado, let’s pick apart my idiocy from last year: OLPC will have some growing pains. The first part of OLPC will be the easiest. Maintaining the machines will be the trick. Microsoft coming onboard will muddy the water, but they might be able to do things like offer a better support network to third world countries.

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