Following Cisco’s sale of Linksys to Belkin this year, it was perhaps inevitable that the brand would see a return to its small business heritage following Cisco positioning the marque solely in the consumer space.
Yesterday I was invited to the UK launch of Western Digital’s new 4 bay consumer NAS device, monickered My Cloud EX4, where is was clear to see that the storage giant is serious about building out a full range of network attached storage lines.
As we get closer to the holidays, the tech industry PR machine goes into overdrive, with press releases and ideas for gift guides flying around all over the place. It’s rare that my attention is grabbed my much of what lands in my inbox, but the Power Tap is a USB adaptor which would make a cute gift for a tech-loving friend or family member.
You’ll have heard of Western Digital, of course. The company has been selling all manner of storage equipment for many years, from internal hard drives through to external hard drives and more recently, at the top of the tree, the DX4000 Storage Server. WD sent us one over pretty late in the product’s lifecycle, but given Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials systems have been thin on the ground, it’s worth a look.
In Part 1 of our feature on taking fabulous family portraits, travel writer Frances Atkins covered camera selection, clothing and depth of field. Today the guide continues with a look at composition, using timers and remote viewfinders for your shots and the all important matter of what to do when you’ve taken that perfect family portrait!
When is a smartphone not a smartphone? When it’s a Phablet, of course. The mashing of phones and tablets may grate on the nerves of tech fans and language enthusiasts alike, but with Samsung today launching the 6.3″ Galaxy Mega today, it’s about time we asked… what’s the fuss?
Haven’t cameras always been wireless? Well, yes but this isn’t about power. It’s about hooking your camera up to your wireless network at home, and that same 3G network your phone is connected to. Why would you want to do that? Read on.
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