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Ditch Your ISP's Modem Rental Fees By Buying Your Own, On Sale Today Only

Every modem rental fee you pay to your ISP is padding for their bottom line, and a total rip-off for you. Fortunately, you can buy your own modem for a small upfront cost in today’s Amazon Gold Box, and recoup the cost in savings on your monthly bill. [Motorola Modem Gold Box]http://gizmodo.com/5948616/how-to... »8/21/15 8:40am8/21/15 8:40am

Preorder Google's New Router, While You Still Can

This isn’t really a deal, but if you want Google’s new OnHub wireless router when it ships at the end of the month, you should preorder it quickly. It seems to be going in and out of stock at Amazon right now, so if you don’t see it available, try refreshing in a few minutes. [Google OnHub Router, $200]… »8/18/15 1:53pm8/18/15 1:53pm

Upgrade to 802.11ac, and Get a Free 1TB Hard Drive For Your Trouble

If you’ve been waiting on a good deal to upgrade your home network to 802.11ac, this might push you over the edge. Amazon’s tossing in a free 1TB external drive when you purchase a highly-rated NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 router for $170. That’s within $10 of the router’s all-time low price on its own, and the hard drive… »7/06/15 6:15pm7/06/15 6:15pm

Protect Your Data With These Great Deals for World Backup Day

Amazon is celebrating World Backup Day with great deals on everything you need to keep your data safe. Inside, you'll find routers, range extenders, powerline adapters, hard drives, and NAS boxes from several manufacturers, most of which are marked down to all-time low prices. »3/31/15 8:15am3/31/15 8:15am

Great Deals on 802.11ac Routers to Fit Any Budget

If you're still rocking an old 802.11n router at home, today's a great day to bring your network into the present. We've found great deals on five different 802.11ac routers at a range of price points, starting with a $70 D-Link with solid reviews, and going all the way up to a triband behemoth in the Netgear… »12/02/14 10:15am12/02/14 10:15am

This Magic Box Transforms Your Electrical Outlets into Internet Connections

Over the course of several years I've painstakingly migrated all of my gaming and electronics equipment into a single area, an impassable tangle of wires and blinking lights, all in the name of making sure I had a stable, wired connection at all times. Once I got everything just right, Diamond Multimedia sent me the… »2/02/12 1:00pm2/02/12 1:00pm

Indie Fighting Game Skullgirls Beats Lag With GGPO

The all-girl brawler Skullgirls will fight for lag-free online battles with the implementation of latency-hiding tech GGPO, which enables the play of classic, old-school fighting games over the internet. Developer Reverge Labs officially announced that Skullgirls would be the first commercial fighting game to use GGPO… »4/05/11 8:30pm4/05/11 8:30pm

Castle Crashers Beset By Problems, Patch On The Way

Castle Crashers »9/01/08 8:30pm9/01/08 8:30pm is proving rather popular with the XBLA crowd, but it is fair to say that it has had a difficult first couple of days. There have been widespread reports of networking problems with some gamers being unable to connect to games and others being completely unable to find online servers. Several instances…