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Netgear debuts its Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 Wi-Fi Router

The Nighthawk Pro Gaming series of routers have frequently impressed the KitGuru labs with their extensive range of features, gaming focus and clean DumaOS interface. Netgear is now adding another one to the line-up, unveiling its Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 Wi-Fi Router during the SXSW Gaming Expo. The Nighthawk Pro …

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The CIA Wants To Compromise Your Router

While WikiLeaks isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, if you’re in the IT field and haven’t investigated the Vault 7 release, this article will be of interest to you. In 2017, WikiLeaks published a series of documents describing hacking tools allegedly in use by the CIA. The release published June 15th …

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Asus is giving away some of its wireless routers

Here in the UK, ISPs and their routers can be a bit hit and miss when it comes to speeds and range even on higher tier packages. However, ASUS appears to be pretty confident that its routers can improve your experience, which is why they are currently running a ‘Test …

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ASUS and Google partner up for the OnHub 2

It seems like the original OnHub only just launched but Google already has the next version of its router lined up. While the original was built in partnership with TP-Link, the OnHub 2 is being handled by ASUS, designed to be fast, secure and easy to set up. It’s a …

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Plusnet issues apology over customer DNS downing

If you’re broadband is provided by Plusnet and you’ve been suffering from problematic internet connectivity over the past 24 hours, it’s not your fault. The ISP has apologised for customers over a DNS issue that left many unable to access certain websites and online services, which forced some to use alternative …

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Google is branching out in to WiFi routers

Google may have just revealed the most stylish looking router ever with its new offering known as the OnHub. Now if you were wondering why it is shaped a bit like a bin, there is apparently a technical reason for that- Google says that the cylindrical shape will help provide more …

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Kickstarter suspends anonymous router project

August Germar recently launched a project on Kickstarter, Anonabox. The aim was to raise $7500 to build and create a tiny custom router that would send all browsing traffic across the Tor network, ensuring anonymity and traffic encryption. The project made $585,000 in its first five days but it looks like …

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Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router EA6500 Review

Routers are the life and soul of the media party in many modern households. They are also under an ever increasing demand to deliver high definition media content to multiple devices simultaneously. Whether this be for streaming TV, gaming online,  downloading or uploading content – it all requires a fast …

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Tenda W300M Wireless N300 Portable AP/Router Review

Wireless networks in hotels and other locations are becoming commonplace, but that doesn’t mean that they are cheap to use, reliable or secure. Tenda’s W300M portable access point/router aims to solve those problems by converting the more secure port-based internet connection to a personalised wireless network. If you haven’t experienced the …

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Tenda Wireless N ADSL 2+ Modem Router W300D Review

Many of the routers on the market are just that, routers. Today, we are looking at the Tenda W300D router which is not just a router, but a modem router. While lots of our readers will have modem routers, these will have been provided by your ISP to make initial …

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Buffalo nudges £19 barrier for N-class router

We’re not in the habit of flagging special offers on KitGuru. There are specialist places for this … they’re called shops. But UK reseller Dabs just pinged us with an offer that made KitGuru almost choke on the Saturday morning cornflakes. Have things really moved this far? (Move to black …

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