Travel routers have emerged as indispensable companions for modern-day explorers. These compact, portable devices serve as the bridge between you and a reliable internet connection, regardless of your location. Whether you're a globetrotter navigating foreign cities or a remote worker seeking a stable connection in a bustling cafe, a travel router ensures you're never disconnected from the digital world. With features like versatile connectivity options, robust security protocols, and compact designs, these routers redefine the way we experience connectivity on the go.
Amazon is rolling out new software updates to a number of its routers today, all with the aim of adding HomeKit support for the first time. Here are the details.
FBI wants everyone to reboot their WiFi routers and modems right now or ASAP, and has explained why. Read all about it here.
The WiFi Alliance is introducing a new standard called Easy Mesh, which will allow users to install mesh routers from different manufacturers and have them all work together so long as they adhere to that standard.
According to a new report, Apple has reportedly discontinued its AirPort range of WiFi routers and reassigned all engineers from that team to other areas of the business.
Routers are among the oldest bits of technology out there right now, but that doesn't mean they can't be improved. At least that's what Google seems to think, as the Mountain View-based company today unveiled the OnHub - Google's new wireless router that promises to effectively and efficiently solve all your wireless connectivity woes. Interested? Read on.