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  • Preview: Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 has an 8in screen, includes a Wacom-powered stylus and can make regular voice calls.

  • Preview: HP Slate 7

    HP has just unveiled the Slate 7, a 7-inch Android tablet targeted squarely at consumers.

  • Gigabit Wi-Fi? Not so fast.

    The newest Wi-Fi technology -- 802.11ac -- promises blazing speeds of up to 1.3Gbps, according to claims made by the leading vendors.

  • Four Wi-Fi tools deliver mixed results

    During our review of 802.11ac routers, some of the vendors sent along additional products that they thought we might be interested in. Here are short reviews of four WiFi tools that you might find useful in your network.

  • Cisco brings server virtualisation to the branch office

    The Cisco UCS Express family is a new set of blades that add high-performance general-purpose Intel server capabilities to the ISR G2 series of routers.

  • Cisco virtual router targets the Cloud

    The Cisco CSR 1000V router is designed for enterprise network managers who want to have a little piece of their Cisco infrastructure in the cloud.

  • Review: Dell Cloud lets you have it your way

    Dell's VMware-based cloud infrastructure provides all of the flexibility and complexity of the leading enterprise virtualization platform

  • Review: HTC Windows Phone 8S

    The HTC Windows Phone 8S is compact and well designed smartphone that offers good value for money.

  • Review: Spotify for Windows Phone

    Spotify for Windows Phone 8 is a simple and well designed app but the lack of radio feature is a downside.

  • Review: Telstra EasyTouch 4G

    The Telstra EasyTouch 4G has been designed for first time smartphone users.

  • Smartphone tools to keep your Wi-Fi network humming

    In the early days of Wi-Fi, site surveys were fairly basic and involved running around with a laptop looking at simple signal levels. The next step was mapped-based tools that provided a good visual of Wi-Fi coverage, but still involved carrying a bulky laptop around.

  • HP EliteBook Folio 9470M review: An ultrasolid Ultrabook

    HP's business-minded Windows 8 Ultrabook is sleek, sturdy, and smartly designed

  • Review: HTC One SV

    The One SV is a 4G capable phone with an excellent design but ultimately offers little that we haven't seen before.

  • Dell Latitude 6430u review: A no-nonsense Ultrabook

    Dell's thoughtfully designed Latitude 6430u brings Ultrabook stylings to the business class

  • Review: Kensington KeyFolio Expert for iPad

    Kensington's KeyFolio Expert for iPad can sit your iPad at various angles, but it's let down by cramped keys.

  • Review: The best network monitoring system on earth

    ScienceLogic EM7 brings ultraflexible, ultrascalable, carrier-grade network monitoring to the enterprise

  • IronKey Workspace review: Windows 8 PC on a stick

    Imation's IronKey division has introduced a new USB drive from which you can boot up an encryption-secured Windows 8 PC on any computer.

  • Review: HTC Butterfly

    The HTC Butterfly has an exceptional 5in, full HD screen but is let down by poor battery life.

  • FreeNAS: Flexible, fast storage, and the price is right

    It takes something different to stand out in the crowded network-attached storage market. How does free, as in free beer and free speech, sound?

  • Preview: Fitbit Flex

    Fitbit sells a range of wireless activity trackers but its latest device, the Flex, is something a little different.

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