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Netgear WNDR4500 Review

Netgear WNDR4500 Review

Netgear's latest wireless router, the WNDR4500, promises to be the company's best yet. Packing simultaneous 2.4GHz and 5GHz support, dual USB ports for NAS duty and printer sharing, gigabit ethernet and enough style to put most networking kit to shame, the WNDR4500 also promises to be straightforward to install thanks to Netgear's Genie app. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Netgear’s latest NeoTV product crosses the FCC

Netgear’s latest NeoTV product crosses the FCC

I have always considered Netgear a networking company and always think of its wireless routers and other networking gear like the DSL home gateway that launched back in May when I hear the company name. Networking is certainly not all Netgear does though. It also makes a line of streaming media set-top boxes as well and the company has a new product that has just crossed the FCC.

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Netgear unveils DGND3700 DSL home gateway with dual-core processor

Netgear unveils DGND3700 DSL home gateway with dual-core processor

I am all for convergence in my computer gear and accessories. I am always knocking the DSL modem off the top of my WiFi router messing around beside my desk or with my computer. I would love to have that modem inside my router. If you are a DSL user and you have the same wish to converge your router and modem, Netgear has a new offering that will do the trick called the N600 Home DSL Gateway part number DGND3700.

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NETGEAR launches N750 Dual Band router

NETGEAR launches N750 Dual Band router

NETGEAR has launched a new Router which offers dual band wireless transmission at up to 750 megabits per second. Named the NETGEAR N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router, the router transmits data simultaneously over both wireless N bands with up to 450mbps in the 5Ghz band and 300mbps in the more crowded 2.4 Ghz band. In addition, the N750 offers a wide range of parental controls and even a broadband usage meter for those concerned with data caps. And with DLNA media server support, the router can handle HD video, music, and photos and stream them to any DLNA enabled television or game console on the network.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 1 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 1 2011

Two rather odd bits of news from over on Android Community - one, there's an Australian whose figured out a way to connect phones directly without the use of carriers, and two, mister Chad Ochocinco has his hands on a Motorola XOOM, so you know it's about to get weird. Next get a glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy S2 - or is it just a Video Dummy? On SlashGear we've got a post on how Android Honeycomb lead designer Matias Duarte notes that Android 3.0 is for more than just tablets. The CEO from Netgear apologizes about his remarks regarding Apple and her leader, Google offers speak2tweet to keep Egyptians connected, and Google accuses Bing of copying search results. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Netgear CEO apologizes for Apple comments

Netgear CEO apologizes for Apple comments

Netgear CEO Patrick Lo has apologized for his choice of words in recent statements regarding Apple and the company's future after Steve Jobs steps down as CEO, which some interpreted as references to the Apple founder's health. In an email statement sent to Macgasm, Lo says that while he stands by the opinions stated on "supporting open standards and environments," he "deeply regrets" the contentious wording.

Full statement after the cut

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 31 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 31 2011

Start your day with a bit of green as Canalys statistics show Android became the world's leading smartphone platform Q4 of 2010. Next, fall into some drama as Netgear's CEO rants about how he thinks Apple is too closed and Steve Jobs is ego-led. Then seek the truth in an inside tip - iPad 2 uses 1.2GHz dual-core, 30-35% slimmer display - sound reasonable? Get yourself a Full Macworld Roundup including best in show winners. Read a column by Tim Bajarin entitled Technology meets the History of Jazz. Visualize ASRock in the Android game. Take another peek at the LG G-Slate. Cry over Notion Ink Adam touchscreen damage. Get your Android 3.0 Honeycomb on with two full guides: [USER FEATURES] and [DEVELOPER FEATURES], and ask Why Has Honeycomb Disappeared? Then get your ANGRY BIRD on in the next expansion: RIO! Finally, WIN A TELEVISION in SlashGear’s Final Football Matchup Toshiba TV GIVEAWAY! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Apple too closed and Steve Jobs ego-led rants Netgear CEO

Apple too closed and Steve Jobs ego-led rants Netgear CEO

Netgear's CEO and global chairman has heavily criticized Apple for its closed ecosystem, blaming Steve Jobs' ego for certain aspects of company strategy, and suggesting that once the iconic CEO steps down permanently Apple will struggle against Android becoming the de facto standard in consumer electronics. Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald, CEO Patrick Lo claimed that Steve Jobs' departure is "probably not far away" and that Apple's closed system is leaving content partners "wary" of the company's control.

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