Secure your Wi-Fi network Video
Wireless networking might be all the rage, but if you're looking for the most reliable network possible, try a wired network. Randall Bennett shows us the basics.
Want access to your media no matter the location? Randall Bennett shows you how to move media around the home and even to your cell phone.
Ever plug in a Windows keyboard to a Mac only to be frustrated by the swapped layout? Randall Bennett shows you how to iron out the mix up with this quick tip.
Sick of your phone's lackluster Web browser? Trick out your Java-based phone with Opera Mini. Randall Bennett shows you how to install it and add your own custom search engine.
Sick of staring at that regular white trackball? If you've got a BlackBerry pearl, you can add some life to the nub. Randall Bennett shows you how to colorize your BlackBerry Pearl's trackball.
Firefox 3 Beta 4 introduced us to some new features expected to hit the next version of the open-source browser. Randall Bennett takes us through the ins-and-outs of the latest version of Firefox.
Want to keep prying eyes out of your folders? Secure Folders can lock, hide, or encrypt your files so you can rest easy.
Special guest Darren Kitchen from Hak5 joins us to talk through secure WiFi networking, VPNs, SSL, and protecting yourself from the dreaded Firesheep
CNET editor Dong Ngo offers a few simple tips on keeping your home network secure.
Whether at a coffee shop or airport, public Wi-Fi is often available to connect your laptop, smartphone, or tablet to the Internet. But those connections are rarely secure, and hackers have found easy ways to sneak into your account. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.