Report: Google to unveil smaller, linkable Wi-Fi router at Pixel event

Google’s OnHub router was met with decent reception (heh), but a new report by Android Police indicates the company is looking to announce a new router alongside its upcoming probably-called-Pixel phones on October 4. It will simply be called Google Wi-Fi. The router will almost certainly include some of the OnhHub’s ‘smart’ features for simplifying connections and optimizing reception (although whether the OnHub really performed any better than similarly prices routers is questionable). But one big advantage over OnHub is that you will be able link multiple routers to create a larger, stronger Wi-Fi network. Android Police also suggests it will…

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iBaby’s Wi-Fi Based Products Featured On HGTV CES 2016 Special

iBaby Labs, a Silicon Valley based startup specializing in video monitoring and wellness Connected Home products for the whole family, showcased its smart products on HGTV in the CES 2016 special. The…

(PRWeb April 26, 2016)

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