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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.

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Buffalo's Latest 11g, 11n Products
New products provide some lower-cost options in routers, as well as higher-gain antennas for USB adapters. - 4/25/07

Microsoft Expands And Unifies Security Efforts
New lab will be a single point of access for all security concerns. - 4/25/07

Femtocells are the Future
You may soon be extending your cellular/3G carrier's signal with them, perhaps using technology known for enabling dual-band (Wi-Fi/cellular) handsets. -4/24/07

Free Broadband From Thin Air?
Silicon Valley proposes alternatives to spectrum auction that include a free, national wireless network and a public-safety network built with private investment. - 4/20/07

Cbeyond Sees to EV-DO
The small business communications provider now offers mobile data services. - 4/20/07

More Info For Better Broadband
The FCC wants more information to more accurately determine high-speed rollout. - 4/17/07

Iomega Tops Off Storage Line with Terabyte-Plus Servers
Touting performance, capacity and energy efficiency, Iomega announces a NAS server series for SMBs in need of serious storage. - 4/12/07

Office Exploits Rear Their Ugly Heads
At this rate, Microsoft Office could become a more popular virus target than Windows. -4/12/07

Ready To Tinker With Microsoft Home Server?
Marks the first policy change driven by customers via its IdeaStorm site. - 4/10/07

Devicescape Supports Macintosh
Mac OS X users can use the software for automatic log-on to their hotspot accounts. - 4/4/07

Back It Up, Mac
Memeo, makers of AutoBackup, the popular PC-only data backup software, now offers a version for Mac computers LifeAgent. Let the great Mac back up begin. - 4/4/07

One Device, Free Access
Providers such as T-Mobile and EarthLink are making deals to give products like the PSP and Nokia N800 free Internet access to benefit everyone involved. - 4/02/07

Game On: Microsoft to Issue Emergency Patch
Microsoft is issuing the patch in advance of its usual Patch Tuesday schedule to counter role-play game hackers. - 4/02/07

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