D-Link's Covr uses an AC2600 dual-band router and AC1300 Wi-Fi Extender to make sure your Wi-Fi network reaches every corner of your home.
New Linksys gaming router automatically detects Killer networking adapters on PCs, optimizes performance accordingly.
Linksys' entry into the mesh router market is Velop, which boasts a triband setup for better performance and a handful of Alexa skills.
Hundreds of thousands of webcams from a variety of cut-rate brands can easily be hacked from afar, even without default passwords.
Mirai is a newly public hacking tool that allows miscreants to take control of unsecured IoT devices and use them to take down websites.
GoTenna Mesh, a new version of the antenna that turns your phone into a walkie talkie, introduces a new mesh networking feature that promises to extend the add-on's range.
Starting in January, Google will begin penalizing websites that fill your smartphone's screen with pop-up ads.
Orbi joins the ranks of mesh networking devices that extend your Wi-Fi network to every corner of your home. But the tri-band Orbi does so without a performance hit as you add more devices.
Airbnb rental owners often fail to secure their Wi-Fi routers, leaving both owners and renters open to devastating online attacks.
A newly discovered Windows flaw lets hackers control your Web browser, and affects all versions of Windows going back to Windows 95.
Linksys has unveiled a trio of cable modems, which could knock as much as $10 off your monthly Internet bill.
Hardware makers are using multiple devices to extend your Wi-Fi network. Plume puts pluggable 'pods' in every room of your house.
Fifty-one million login credentials for the shuttered file-sharing service iMesh are online, and the passwords are easily cracked.
The FBI told Time Warner Cable that 320,000 customer accounts were compromised, but likely as a result of data breaches at other companies.
The Almond 3 isn't just a dual-band AC1200 router; it also works with ZigBee-ready devices as well as Nest and Philips Hue to help manage connected devices in your home.
A $200 dual-band router, the EA7500 leads the new networking gear from Linksys that supports MU-MIMO for optimizing Wi-Fi performance.
A recent report suggests that one site out of every three torrent destinations is replete with malware, exposing millions of users to it.
The $99 device from Circle Media and partner Disney connects to a Wi-Fi network to control when devices can connect to the Internet and what apps they can access.
Android phones on AT&T and Verizon are open to attack over the LTE network, and there's not much the average consumer can do about it.
Citing battery drain, Google has announced its Chrome browser will block all non-essential Adobe Flash Player content, including ads.
The vote today (Feb. 26) may not have been a surprise, but the sweeping power over wired and wireless Internet access that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) just gave itself would have been unthinkable even months ago. The FCC voted 3-2 to a
Nest smart thermostats can be easily hacked to form botnets or spy on owners, researchers showed at the BlackHat security conference.
Hidden controls used by wireless carriers can be hacked to seize control of billions of mobile devices, including cellular-enabled vehicles.
Upscale hotels let guests control room lights and other functions with a tablet. But these systems can be hacked, with interesting results.
If you're currently a DirecTV or AT&T subscriber, the merger won't affect you much, and if you're not, it will barely affect you at all.
Net neutrality at risk? The FCC today voted for a proposal that, if it became law, might not block ISPs from creating Internet 'fast lanes.'
Google could bring 10 gigabit Internet to the masses, which would make it 10 times faster than Google Fiber. Here's how it would compare to the peak Internet connections around the world.
The court ruling voiding an FCC order isn't the end of net neutrality; it just forces the FCC to abandon a shortcut it took to get there.