Now that Belkin has their hands on the Linksys brand, they’ve wasted no time in launching new product lines in both the consumer and business markets. Today the company took the wraps off their latest additions with the launch of a pair of Wireless-N Access Points.
720p high definition cameras unveiled with remote access via browser and mobile apps.
New AV2 500 powerline adaptors arrive boasting twice the real world speeds of first generation units.
Now you can download free samples of our eBooks before you decide to buy.
Late last night we released our first Step by Step Guide of 2014 (they’re the big eBooks, compared to the pocket sized How To Guides) and we have an introductory offer this week to celebrate the launch.
In the beginning there was Xbox, and the world of Home Theatre PCs didn’t really exist. There were clunky computers being used as media centres, and there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth. Then along came XBMC, which stood for Xbox Media Centre and there was much rejoicing.
Whilst router manufacturers toil to improve what goes on inside your router, there has been little innovation to date on what happens outside the router. Nice looking chassis. Check. Indicator LEDs? Check. USB port? Check? Ethernet ports? Yep. Touchscreen….. Touchscreen?
A few weeks ago, Buffalo Technologies announced the latest revision to their LinkStation NAS range. The entry-level, single-bay LinkStation LS410D turned up here at We Got Served for review, so let’s take a look at what it’s got to offer.
Spring is finally here, and the sun is (just about) shining here in the UK. What better excuse to launch our Spring sale! From today until Sunday, you can save 25% on all of our home server eBooks, including titles for OS X Server, Windows Home Server, Windows Home Server 2011, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 Essentials.
So, you’ve heard on the grapevine that there’s a new firmware update for your Samsung Galaxy S4. Hurrah! Fixes and feature updates ahoy! But wait… you try an automatic update on the handset, only to be told: The software update service is not available. Maximum number of roll-out updates has been exceeded. Try later or update your device using Samsung Kies. Why can’t you update over the air and what do you do next? Let’s walk through manually updating your firmware with Samsung Kies.
Following on from the first part of our guide to taking the perfect holiday photo, travel writer Frances Atkins is back with the second and final part of the guide, which looks at experimenting with your camera and the editing process. Over to Frances!
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