It is no secret that cybercrime is on the increase. Banks and security services are working hard to eradicate it, yet criminals are at the forefront of innovation when it comes to scamming people out of their money.
Z-Wave has been around a long time, see how it works and how it can benefit your smart home.
Band steering is a term thrown around a lot when it comes to Wi-Fi networks, but there is a lot of misunderstanding about it. What does it actually do?
We all use lots of online services that need passwords. How can we manage them safely?
Smart homes benefit from more and better sensors in order to drive smarter automated behaviors. But it can be frustrating being limited to the room level. We look at home Ultra-Wideband technology can solve this.
Whether you’re working from home or running a lot of IoT gadgets VLANs provide a way to exercise more control over your home network’s security.
When it comes to Wi-Fi there is a lot of jargon thrown about. 2.5GHz or 5Ghz? Why not both? Learn what a dual band router is, how it works, and why it’s important for your home network.
What are the security considerations you should think about when working from home? Here are some tech security ideas you should mull over.
You don’t always need WiFi in your router. Whether you want control, security, or performance, here are the top options for small wired routers.
Getting Z-Wave into HomeKit used to be nigh on impossible. But now we have multiple options. We take a look at each of the solutions available to help you choose.
Learn the concept of LoRa, how it works, the various ways it can be applied to Smart Home Automation and more, in our guide!
When looking for a product, it’s common to look at overall brand quality as a way of filtering down your choices. It’s not always clear cut though. Here we look at router makers Linksys and Netgear and compare some of their newest offerings.
Adding Z-Wave to your smart home can provide greater flexibility and reliability, but which controller is right for you?
Ubiquitous WiFi access in our homes means less and less reliance on wired connectivity. It's imperative that we keep uninvited guests off our network while we're beaming it into the air. What is really needed to be secure, without being burdensome?
While there are some unofficial ways to get Z-Wave devices into HomeKit, Thinka has done it right with this native bridge device.
Consumer security cameras make things easy for us, but power users need to know more about the tech that makes things tick. Unpack the details behind your security cameras in this explainer.
Security, Reliability, Ease of Use and no hub? Check out what the newest IoT protocol on the market brings to the table.
As we become more privacy aware it can be hard to know what we can do to reduce how much companies are tracking our online behaviors. Here are some actions you can take now.
WiFi is everywhere, and we all depend on it now, but are you up to speed on the current jargon? We’ve got you covered with this concise guide to all things WiFi.
When looking at top quality consumer mesh routers supporting Wifi 6, eero and Netgear have strong contenders. We look at what’s on offer, and how they compare.
Smart devices are well known potential attack vectors when they are connected to the internet, but Apple has a HomeKit feature that gives you easy control over those devices to stop them being used against you.
If you have a smart home or are planning to integrate technology into your place of living, there are a few steps you can take to prevent hackers from gaining access to personal information.
Do you have Nanoleaf Essentials accessories in HomeKit? Do you have more than one HomePod Mini? Are things not going well? This procedure should fix things, at least for a while.
The new unified smart home integration standard known as Matter promises to revolutionize the world of connected devices. See what it’s all about, and why it’s important.
If you have appliances with RF remotes, like ceiling fans, and you want to add them to your smart home Bond provides a much easier way to do so than fitting WiFi controllers to them.
Some fixable design flaws in the WiFi standard, coupled with a bunch of implementation issues, means that virtually all WiFi devices are at risk.
Amazon is building an IoT network, and you’re invited. Should you be worried? Probably not. See why and decide for yourself.
Google proves that raw speed isn’t everything when it comes to home WiFi. Intelligent optimization gets the most out of your internet while guaranteeing a magically smooth WiFi experience.
Did you know your smart devices can be hacked by lasers? Find out what this means to you.
Bluetooth range for HomeKit devices can be a problem. Eve has an answer…for their devices.