All posts on January, 2017


Juniper battles Cisco and Huawei with new cloud infrastructure software, switches

Helping customers transform their enterprise environments to the cloud is the driving strategy behind new software, switches and services introduced this week from Juniper Networks.

The networking company is introducing what it calls the third pillar of its Unite architecture – the previous two focusing on enterprise and branch office networking. Unite Cloud combines Juniper’s switches and software to simplify management and growth of corporate cloud computing.

+More on Network World: Has Cisco broken out of the network hardware box?+

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26% off iClever Portable Folding Bluetooth Keyboard – Deal Alert

I have to admit I always loved the physical keyboard on my old Blackberry. It’s been years since I switched to an iPhone, but there are times my fingers still crave the mechanical feedback of physical keys. When I’m sitting in an airport seven sentences deep on an email, and I’ve got only a few minutes to bang the rest out, I really can’t stand it — wildly bonking away on that piece of glass. “Wouldn’t it be nice if we had that keyboard back?”, I say to my fingers. With a sad look, they agree.

They do make portable bluetooth keyboards, so of course there are plenty of options out there for me, but I’ve never found one portable enough that it just effortlessly became one of my travel accessories. Until now, I suppose. A company called iClever makes a folding portable Bluetooth keyboard that I recently tested, and I believe it has just about everything I need.

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IDG Contributor Network: 5 gadgets for the best Super Bowl party ever

The big game is this Sunday, and it’s time to get prepped.

This is the best gear to make sure you have all of the video streaming perfectly, your audio setup has enough punch to match the tackles, and you’re in full control.

1. Roku Ultra ($120)

My favorite media streaming device right now, the Roku Ultra streams content in 4K and in HDR. The bonus for game day this Sunday is that you can use the FOX Sports GO app to watch the game, no other cable or sat provider required. https://www.foxsportsgo.com/

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