Record-breaking 4G speeds of up to 2Gbps have been achieved by Telstra, Ericsson, Netgear and Qualcomm Technologies in laboratory testing using a chipset that was recently released.
Some amazing features are now included in the third-generation of Netgear's excellent Arlo security cameras, including "HD Video, optional 24/7 continuous video recording, solar power option, and support for Amazon Alexa" and more.
Infosec outfit Trustwave has published details about five vulnerabilities in routers made by Netgear all of which have been patched by the manufacturer.
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