Computer networking is the engineering that creates communication between computers and other devices. Learn about the different types of networking and the systems that make networking possible.
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We wouldn’t get very far without LAN switches -- bedlam would break loose at each network junction and most of us would be wondering what happened to that e-mail we sent two hours ago.
By Jeff Tyson
It turns out that everything you do on the internet involves packets. For example, every webpage that you receive comes as a series of packets, and every email you send leaves as a series of packets. Find out what this term really means.
FireWire offers quite a few advantages, though it does cost a bit more than USB. Learn what makes FireWire different.
Networking two or more home computers provides many conveniences, but how do you get started? Start here for the answer.