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One of the fastest growing smart home product groups is security cameras. it makes sense now that high quality sensors are falling in cost and the technology that's needed to bring a connected camera to market is commoditised. That also means it's hard to make a product that stands out. The Netgear Arlo Go, offers a high quality camera but throws in a solar power option, weather-proofing and cellular comms so it can be remotely deployed where your Wi-Fi doesn't reach. Here's Lifehacker's review.

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Netgear has long been a significant player in the networking business. The Orbi is their play in the competitive world of mesh networking, that uses multiple wireless devices that interoperate to cover a large area with a single WLAN.Netgear sent me me three different Orbi systems to try out. I've reviewed their premium system, the AC3000 system, which is designed to cover up to 350 square metres of area.

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Netgear has been a player in the NAS space for many years, buying the ReadyNAS business from Paul Tien ten years ago. This new device, the ReadyNAS 2304 Business Class 1U 4-Bay Network Storage (RR2304) can support up to 40 concurrent users for Gigabit speed file backup and file serving.

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Telstra is now capable of delivering 1Gpbs download and 150Mbps upload speeds over its 4G LTE network. It has teamed up with Netgear to launch a new mobile router, the Nighthawk M1, to let customers tap into those speeds. Here are the details and the specs for the world's first gigabit LTE mobile router.

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Various models of Netgear routers have been found to have a critical security flaw that lets hackers take over the devices and remotely run code on them. The vulnerability is easy to exploit and the list of affected Netgear routers is growing. Here's are all the Netgear routers that have been found to carry the security bug and a possible workaround.