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Wi-Fi Skype Phones - ASUS AiGuru S1 vs. Netgear SPH101

Wi-Fi Skype Phones - ASUS AiGuru S1 vs. Netgear SPH101

We check out a couple wireless capable Skype phones from ASUS and Netgear and try and work out which is the best. | Feb 12, 2007 11:00 pm CST

Intel demonstrates fast new Ultrawideband WPAN at IDF Taiwan

Intel demonstrates fast new Ultrawideband WPAN at IDF Taiwan

We visited IDF Fall Taiwan 2006 in Taipei yesterday and saw Intel demonstrate the fast new Ultrawideband WPAN. | Oct 16, 2006 11:00 pm CDT

ASUS WL-700gE Router - Download torrents with PC turned off

ASUS WL-700gE Router - Download torrents with PC turned off

Today we have an exclusive look at the ASUS WL-700gE wireless router, which comes with an amazing set of features. | Aug 19, 2006 11:00 pm CDT

New Database Server; TweakTown gets a speed boost!

New Database Server; TweakTown gets a speed boost!

Yesterday we added a new powerful database server into our rack. Read on for details about our new Dell PowerEdge 2850! | Aug 3, 2006 11:00 pm CDT

ASUS WL-HDD 2.5inch - NAS and Wireless AP

ASUS WL-HDD 2.5inch - NAS and Wireless AP

The ASUS WL-HDD is NAS (Network Attached Storage) and AP (Access Point) all in one, at an affordable price. The device supports 2.5 inch hard drives and 802.11g Wireless Networking. It is designed to allow you to add file sharing storage to your network with ease and provide Wireless Networking to a wired network. Like what you have heard so far? Read on and learn more! | Jul 4, 2005 11:00 pm CDT

Gigabyte's network push - New Wireless Networking Equipment

Gigabyte's network push - New Wireless Networking Equipment

Gigabyte is making a lot of noise at the moment with their new range of wireless networking equipment. Their new range has just made it into Australia and we've taken a look at their new goods. They sent us a wireless desktop router, wireless access point capable of A/B/G standards and a Gigabit Ethernet Adapter which uses the PCI Express bus for optimal speeds. We're feeling all networky, so read on and learn more about the new products from Gigabyte. | Jun 18, 2005 11:00 pm CDT

Extreme Wireless Networking from Gigabyte - Turbo G emerges

Extreme Wireless Networking from Gigabyte - Turbo G emerges

Have you ever considered implementing wireless LAN? With some of the initial hiccups of wireless LAN seemingly out the way, now might be a good time to consider adding the freedom and flexible of wireless networking to your home or office. Today we take a look at some of the latest wireless equipment to come from Gigabyte with their Turbo G gear which offers data throughput up their with wired networks. | Jan 3, 2005 11:00 pm CST

TweakTown in 2004

TweakTown in 2004

In our latest weekly column Thomas has outlined some of our plans for the rest of the year here at TweakTown from his development perspective. Read on and discover some of our most exciting plans for 2004. | Feb 11, 2004 11:00 pm CST

The LAN of opportunity

The LAN of opportunity

John Gillooly from Atomic Magazine in Australia has checked in and gives us his impressions on Gigabit networking and what PCI Express can do to improve the standard in the New Year. | Nov 9, 2003 11:00 pm CST

Networking X-Micro Style - Cheap, Stylish and Simple

Networking X-Micro Style - Cheap, Stylish and Simple

X-Micro is a company we know for producing a whole range of graphics cards. Today we take a look at their complete and new range of networking products including 802.11b wireless gear. Cheap, Stylish and Simple! | Nov 7, 2003 11:00 pm CST

Thomas on SCO

Thomas on SCO

Thomas Simmons provides us with his commentary on the whole Linux SCO situation and hazards to guess if Microsoft has some involvement in the piece or not. | Oct 18, 2003 11:00 pm CDT

What's up with 802.11G?

What's up with 802.11G?

In our first ever weekly column, Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot talks about the new and exciting unofficial 802.11G wireless standard and if it is all it is cracked up to be. | Oct 12, 2003 11:00 pm CDT

Nexland ISB 800Turbo Router Review

Nexland ISB 800Turbo Router Review

Broadband Internet is becoming increasing popular in developed countries around the world that are sick of the turtle-like speeds that ageing 56k dialup Internet access provides. Nexland are one of the companies which offer their only broadband products. Cameron "Sov" Johnson checks out the ISB 800Turbo which features its own built-in 8 port hub and firewall to protect against intruders. | Aug 17, 2002 11:00 pm CDT

Firewire vs. Ethernet Networking

Firewire vs. Ethernet Networking

Now that more and more PC's and notebooks are Firewire enabled, it's a good time to take a look at the additional networking functionality it brings to the PC. Can it become a usable alternative to 10/100 Ethernet networking? Today Aaron "FragMan" Clegg takes a peek into the advantages and disadvantages of Firewire networks. | Jul 11, 2002 11:00 pm CDT

A day in the life of a Webmaster

A day in the life of a Webmaster

Have you ever wanted to know what exactly it is like to be a webmaster of a tech website such as TweakTown? Well, follow the link above as Cameron Wilmot tells you the day in the life of a webmaster! | Jul 13, 2001 11:00 pm CDT