Linksys may be getting ready to join the competition for Wi-Fi Skype phones
User forums around the web have been abuzz with complaints about the non-Linux version of one of Linksys' most popular products. Tim Higgins tested it and the WRT54GL Linux-based version and found at least one reason why the V5 has so many unhappy buyers.
Linksys appears to be finally ready to make its move into the Voice over WiFi market with its own Wi-Fi VoIP phone. Tim Higgins analyzes the unannounced WIP330.
This time it's not the FCC website that provides a view of an upcoming Linksys product, but Linksys' own website instead. Tim Higgins provides the intimate details on the company's first foray into the outdoor AP market.
Linksys may have a holiday season gift for those looking for a way to stream locally stored digital media content without having to leave a PC on all the time. Tim Higgins previews the WRTSL54GS Media Storage Link Router.
Linksys' Cordless Internet Telephony Kit has hit the shelves to help further propel Skype into mainstream legitimacy. Tim Higgins takes a look at a nicely done way to unchain yourself from your PC while Skype calling.
Despite the rumors about Skype being purchased or done in by competitors, it appears that Linksys thinks Skype will be around for at least a little while longer. Tim Higgins previews the upcoming CIT200 Cordless Internet Telephony Kit.
TomsNetworking's readers always seem to like new stuff from Linksys. So we've done some sleuthing and found a few new tidbits for your reading pleasure.
Push-button wireless security setup holds the promise of enabling mere mortals to quickly and easily lock down their wireless LANs. We examine two technologies with similar goals and find them more alike than different.
Linksys' WRT54G Wireless-G Broadband Router seems to have taken the lead over its sibling the WAP54G Access Point. Although it's priced about the same, it has a key difference that you should know about before you buy. Read our review to make an informed purchase!