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• Microsoft Vista Home Networking Setup and Options
The most daunting part of upgrading to Windows Vista may be trying to figure out where in the layers of menus the networking and file-sharing options are hidden.

• Do It Yourself: Roll Your Own Network Cables
It may not be something you do everyday, but having the supplies and know-how to whip up a network cable on the spot can be very handy.

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Seemingly minor and easily overlooked settings can still have profound security implications. Here are some steps you can take to make sure your wired or wireless home router and by extension, your network is as secure as possible.

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• Microsoft Windows Home Server
If you have a home network, you'll welcome the easy file sharing, remote access and the image-based backup features of Windows Home Server.

• Iomega StorCenter Network Hard Drive
Iomega's fourth generation StorCenter Network Hard Drive brings many of the features found in higher-end storage devices down to an attractive price.

• MikroTik's The Dude
This free tool delivers many of the same capabilities that you'd find in pricey network monitoring tools. As long as you don't mind tinkering, The Dude is a decent network utility that should be worth the download.

Ten Networking Hacks for Your Windows Registry -
Our list of networking-related registry hacks will let you keep your computer from showing up in Network Neighborhood on other computers, fine tune 802.1x settings, and even take some of the load off your CPU. — 03/31/10

Mobile Data Traffic Swells 193%
You can thank the iPhone for leading the charge when it comes to a massive deluge of new mobile Internet traffic. — 03/26/10

Twitter Hacker Targeted Obama, Britney Spears
Frenchman breached Twitter's administrator controls. — 03/25/10

What's Next in the Google/China Struggle?
Analysts expect China to block Google's redirect of the mainland search engine to Hong Kong, so where does that leave the search giant in terms of Android and its other business interests? — 03/24/10

Seattle and Boston Top the Cybersecurity Risk List
Symantec and research firm Sperling's BestPlaces study found that Boston and Seattle were the two U.S. cities most at risk for cyber attacks. Check out the complete Top 50 list. — 03/22/10

Facebook Malware Targets Banking Passwords
The social networking site is dealing with yet another malware scam that attempts to steal users' usernames and passwords to access Facebook users' online banking accounts. — 03/18/10

Twitter Takes Geo-Location Feature Live
Now you can let the twitterverse know where you're tweeting from. But why? — 03/12/10

FCC Broadband Plan Stresses Competition, Spectrum
Advance copy of broadband plan reveals focus on making Internet service market more competitive, while FCC sets ambitious agenda to boost wireless data networks. — 03/15/10

Is Windows 7 Service Pack Coming in Q4?
Malaysian tech enthusiast site TechArp claims its sources say Microsoft has moved up availability of the first service pack for Windows 7 - possibly to the end of this year. — 03/09/10

GNOME and KDE: Seven Attractions in Each
Both GNOME and KDE have caught up in features and narrowed the gap in usability with proprietary desktops. — 03/09/10

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