A Wi-Fi network gives you the ability to wirelessly connect to the internet from anywhere in your home. It’s easy to set up and seamless to connect every time, providing you smooth access to browse and stream content anytime.

While autonomous cars, smart appliances and super thin TVs made most of the headlines at CES 2017 last week in Las Vegas, an underlying trend was mesh networking in the home. Think of it as Wi-Fi with a wider net that doesn’t lose signal strength at each point in the chain: it’s better Wi-Fi for your home.

Linksys has entered the burgeoning networking sub-category of mesh Wi-Fi with the Velop, a router that will come as a single unit, or in a pack of two or three to cover your home with a solid connection.

This year’s edition of the Consumer Electronics Show is underway. One of the themes this year is better Wi-Fi. D-Link introduced two new whole home solutions that will interest anyone in search of an easy, reliable and fast wireless boost for their entire home.

They're curious and eager to jump into the wild world of the internet, but you want to keep your kids from getting in over their heads. The Circle with Disney is a potential solution for striking the right balance between internet freedom and safety. I took it for a spin and wrote up my thoughts on it.

Few things are more frustrating than settling down for a relaxing night of streaming your favourite movies or TV and experiencing a spotty internet connection. Every few minutes, your connection cuts in and out, causing things to skip more than a champion jump roper. You may be tempted to assume it is your internet provider's fault. However, often the solution is something you can control. In this blog, we'll take a look at some of those things that may be causing your TV and streaming to lose their Wi-fi connections and how you can fix them.

After several years of relative Wi-Fi happiness, I suddenly hit a performance wall with my home network. I happened to have a new Linksys EA 7500 router to test for an upgrade, but the real difference was when I plugged in the Max Stream AC1900+ Wi-Fi Range Extender.

Suffering from disappointing Wi-Fi performance in parts of your home? You’re not alone. Spotty Wi-Fi is a common problem. Here’s how to diagnose what’s going on, along with suggestions on how to fix the issues.

 Having a smart home is amazing, but the Wi-Fi connection issues that have come along with it have been challenging. As I’ve added more devices I’ve understood the need for a powerful router like the Linksys Max-Stream AC5400. Now that I’ve tested it out, I’ll never be able to use a basic router in my smart home again. Save

 It might be time to replace your tired old Wi-Fi router. Today we take a look at a few of the warning signs that can help you determine whether or not to take the plunge now.


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