Bitdefender has good intentions with its home network security appliance, but the Box is not ready for use by the average home consumer.
The wireless speaker system Eos connects to your iPod, not your PC, to pump music around your house. But the convenience here may overshadow sound quality.
With MokaFive, a free virtualization app, you can leave your laptop behind yet carry your whole computer on a thumb drive.
When I first got my Mio H610, I was intrigued. Here was one of those "kitchen sink" devices that seemed to do a solid job in serving many needs.
If you have an extensive collection of music on a Windows desktop hard disk drive, you might like Mercora M. It streams audio from a desktop PC to a smartphone running Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0 or 2003 SE and provides a fair number of bonus streaming audio channels.
Setting up a small LAN isn't always easy for the newbie. David Strom looks at two products that try and somewhat succeed at easing the pain of getting a small LAN up and running.
Despite vendors' claims to the contrary, the promise of the digital home remains somewhere off in the misty future. David Strom weighs in with his thoughts on the "digital den".
Vonage has been promoting its upcoming Wi-Fi Handset for over a year. David Strom got hold of a Beta copy but found a product with a great deal of promise, still unrealized.
Phil Dunkelberger is on a mission to make PGP the best encryption software provider, bar none. David Strom sat down with the PGP Corp. President and CEO to discuss the company's successes and how they started afresh after being part of the larger Network Associates.
Steven Joe has seen many changes during his long career with the consumer, SOHO and SMB networking company. David Strom recently sat down with Joe for a discussion that ranged from the company's early days to Joe's views on wireless, VoIP, VARs and his competition.
How can you turn your car into your mobile home-entertainment castle? There are plenty of options for in-car infotainment, and THG gives you some tips on how to choose.
Cities and towns all over America have seen their centers wither and die as people abandon them for suburban malls with acres of free, easy parking. David Strom thinks there's a way to lure them back.
VoIP can be a wonderful thing...until it goes wrong. David Strom offers a cautionary tale for those thinking of trusting their voice entirely to the Net.
There used to be just white-hat and black-hat networkers. But the rising use of instant messaging may be creating something in between. David Strom wonders whether the reward is worth the risk.