Wi-Fi networking gives you the freedom to add mobile devices in your network and share data or an Internet connection, but it can also allow outsiders to gain access to your network if your security is not sufficient. Wi... More »

A wi-fi booster uses Multiple in and Multiple Out technology, also known as MIMO, to receive and boost network signals within a particular area. It consists of numerous radio signal transmitters and receivers that receiv... More »

Wireless printers that use Wi-Fi to connect to computers and other devices are available from most major retailers including Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Staples and Fry's Electronics. These retailers sell printers both online an... More »

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