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Beyond 802.11g with MIMO - Increasing Range in Wireless Networking
By Scott Mueller
Apr 16, 2005
Building Your Dream PC: CPUs
By Will Smith
Nov 12, 2004
The CPU is possibly the most important part of your new computer, and this chapter will help you select the best of the best for your dream system.
Catching Up with PC Backup in 2012
By Ed Tittel
Sep 12, 2012
What's the best backup regimen for your systems, now that online backup is dirt cheap, and disk drives even cheaper? Quick answer: Multiple backups.
Celebrating 20 years of Upgrading and Repairing PCs
By Linda Leung, Scott Mueller
Dec 8, 2009
Scott Mueller gives his thoughts on the past 20 years of the PC industry, what lies ahead, and why he won't be buying a netbook.
Changing the Look and Feel of Your Galaxy Tab 3 by Changing Accessibility Settings
By Eric Butow
Apr 3, 2014
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is designed to be used by anyone, and you can customize the Tab 3 for your level of usability. Eric Butow discusses a variety of Tab 3 accessibility settings for screen, sound, mobility, and controlling interactions.
Changing Your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Display Settings
By Eric Butow
Apr 24, 2014
There are plenty of ways to modify the look and behavior of your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 screen so the device reflects your personal style. Eric Butow shows you how to change screen settings including screen brightness, the background wallpaper, and when the screen turns off automatically.
Choosing a Network Storage Appliance
By Eric Geier
Aug 6, 2013
When searching for a Network Attached Storage (NAS) unit you’ll find many features and specs to compare. Eric Geier introduces and discusses what you should look for when buying a network storage solution for a small or medium-sized business.
Choosing and Using an Ultra-Fast Flash Drive
By Ed Tittel
Dec 10, 2012
Big (64 GB or larger) USB Flash drives can be painfully slow. Cure those ills with faster alternatives: especially USB 3.0 and mSATA. Ed Tittel's new overview explains their pros, cons, and differences.
Choosing between an iPad or an iPad Mini
By Jason Rich
Dec 26, 2012
In this article, Jason R. Rich will help you choose the best iPad model to meet your needs.
Comparing Notebook PCs: A 2013 Holiday Shopping Guide
By Michael Miller
Dec 16, 2013
In this holiday shopping guide, author Michael Miller walks you through the different types of notebooks available, and helps you choose the best for your own personal needs.
Comparing Notebook PCs: A Holiday Shopping Guide
By Michael Miller
Dec 3, 2012
In this holiday shopping guide, author Michael Miller walks you through the different types of notebooks available, and helps you choose the best for your own personal needs.
Comparing Tablet PCs: A 2013 Holiday Shopping Guide
By Michael Miller
Dec 16, 2013
In this holiday shopping guide, author Michael Miller explores all the latest tablets — from the new iPad Air to the appealing Nexus 7 to Microsoft's latest Surface 2 to the Kindle Fire HDX — and makes some recommendations for which you should put on your Christmas lists.
Comparing Tablets: A Holiday Shopping Guide
By Michael Miller
Dec 4, 2012
In this holiday shopping guide, author Michael Miller explores all the latest tablets, from the iPad Mini to the Microsoft Surface to the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, and makes some recommendations for which you should put on your gift lists.
Configuring and Synchronizing Information on an iPhone
By Brad Miser
Jan 31, 2013
In this chapter, you learn how to get information onto your iPhone and keep it in sync with computers and other devices.
Configuring and Synchronizing Information on an iPod touch
By Brad Miser
Jan 10, 2013
In this chapter, you learn how to get information onto your iPod touch and keep it in sync with computers and other devices.
Connect to Friends with the Google+ App on the Galaxy Tab 2
By Eric Butow
Jul 9, 2013
Eric Butow tells you how to access the Google+ app, log in to your Google+ account, and navigate inside the app on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.
Considering a Home Server
By Michael Miller
Mar 29, 2011
If you have two or more computers connected to a home network, you should consider adding a home server to host all your media files — and to back up your valuable data. Michael Miller tells you why in this article.
CPU Wars, Part 1: When the Chips Are Down
By David Chisnall
May 4, 2007
In the first article of a three-part series, David Chisnall examines the current state of the CPU industry. For the first time in years, there's real competition between CPU manufacturers. Part 1 looks at the general trends in the industry.
CPU Wars, Part 2: POWER to the People
By David Chisnall
May 11, 2007
In the second article of a three-part series, David Chisnall examines the current state of the CPU industry. Part 1 looked at general trends. Part 2 focuses on two of the surviving RISC families: POWER and SPARC.
CPU Wars, Part 3: Put Your Left ARM In
By David Chisnall
May 18, 2007
David Chisnall examines the current state of the CPU industry including niche players and the surviving x86 manufacturers.

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