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You may already back-up your data to physical drives, but today we're getting smarter by synchronising your documents and files.
We take a look at the best wireless ways to share content from an iPhone or iPad around the home, including multimedia streaming and document printing. 1
Your data is dull and boring if it's in solitary confinement. Let it come to life by sharing it all around your home.
CNET editor Dong Ngo explains how to get down and dirty with network cabling.
CNET editor Dong Ngo answers questions about how to optimize a home Wi-Fi network.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman is the place to turn when your telco is causing you serious pain.
Worried about using an open Wi-Fi hotspot? You should be. Thankfully, Cloak can help. 2
Passwords don't have to be hard to remember. Go long, and you'll even make it nigh unhackable. 1
Make no mistake: every internet user can transform their online life with a Dropbox account. 1
Parental tech support is the curse of the tech enthusiast. Here's one website that can help by sending your family a tech support care package. 1
The Sonus Play:3 is an affordable first step into the world of multi-room audio, and sounds better than most iPod docks.
The Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air offers a wealth of features at a much lower price than the original.
The WD TV Live Hub is a definite step up from the previous models: it offers on-board storage, a fantastic interface and a host of connectivity.
The original Samsung NaviBot review, shot sometime mid-20th century, and now shown here in its entirety.