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  • Creating Your Own Personal DVR

    For those interested in streaming TV there are plenty of content providers and streaming devices available, but most do not give you the option of capturing live TV. Read on for an overview of creating your own personal DVR for capturing and recording...
    By Ryan Tetzlaff September 6, 2013 

  • Television Content Providers and Streaming Devices

    Are you considering the move from cable to streaming television through the internet? Before making the switch decide on a content provider (or several) and the streaming device that works best for you.
    By Ryan Tetzlaff September 6, 2013 

  • Are you Ready to Cut the Cord? Things to Consider Before Ditching Your Cable

    There are multiple options available to those who are making the bold decision to cut the cable and stream their TV. Learn what you need to be aware of before making the plunge.
    By Ryan Tetzlaff September 5, 2013 


  • Can I Buy a Wireless-N Card for My Notebook?

    Older notebooks don't feature integrated wireless connectivity, so the only way to connect to Wi-Fi is with a CardBus device. Even with the right expansion device, however, you might have trouble connecting to networks using the superfast Wireless...
    By Christian Cawley November 20, 2011 

  • Great Low Profile Wireless N Network Cards That Untether Your PC

    Buy freedom when you buy a low-profile Wireless N network card to upgrade your HTPC or mini desktop computer. Make unsightly Ethernet cables a thing of the past by tapping into the same wireless capabilities your laptop, smartphone and tablet already...
    By Bruce Tyson November 11, 2011 

  • Choosing, Setting Up and Troubleshooting Internet Connections

    You don't have to use the most obvious Internet connection type that is available; instead, look for one that offers great value for money, is easy to setup and simple to troubleshoot!
    By Christian Cawley September 30, 2011 


  • Router Buying, Configuration and Troubleshooting Tips

    What should be the first thing you look for when buying a router? For some it might be price, but for others wireless security might be the primary concern. Ultimately, however, the device should be easy to configure and troubleshoot!
    By Christian Cawley September 26, 2011 

  • Home Networking the Way It Ought to Be

    Trial and error in home networking is of the past now thanks to these informative Bright Hub articles. Let the experts guide you through configuring wired and wireless networks and sharing Internet access among all your devices.
    By Bruce Tyson September 20, 2011 

  • The Definitive Wireless Router Connection Guide

    This collection of guides will walk you through purchasing the ideal wireless router, setting it up, and connecting it to your computer, as well as a number of different cool things that you can do with various wireless internet devices.
    By D Lamberti September 16, 2011 

  • Router Buying Guide: Everything You Need to Know

    Routers are the heart of any network. Choosing the best router for your needs can be difficult. Fear not! This article will guide you through the steps of choosing the router that best suits your needs.
    By M. C. Cosmin September 12, 2011 
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