Wi-Fire Wi-Fi Booster Now Available For Windows Vista, Linux on the Way

A couple of months ago we discovered that the notion of a 3x Wi-Fi signal boost from the Wi-Fire wasn't a load of crap after all. In fact, it delivered a 5x signal boost and a range approaching 1000 feet for only $79.99. All the more reason why Vista owners should be excited that hField has developed a version… »11/06/07 7:00pm11/06/07 7:00pm

Buffalo Banned from Selling 802.11a and 802.11g Gear in the US

Australia-based Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation has won a patent infringement suit against Buffalo in a US district court, enjoining sales on all 802.11a, g and n products made by Buffalo as of Oct. 1 (full list here). CSIRO is apparently suing the entire wireless LAN industry, so Buffalo… »10/30/07 6:39pm10/30/07 6:39pm

Linksys Outs Long Awaited WRT600N Router and WPC600N PC Card for Notebooks

It's been a long time in the making, but Linksys is finally officially pulling the shroud off of the Ultra RangePlus line, including its dual-band draft-N/A/B/G router, the $280 WRT600N, and its $100 PC-card companion, WPC600N. The highlights:
• Two bands means traditional products can connect on the crowded 2.4GHz… »10/23/07 12:01am10/23/07 12:01am