[Hong Kong, November 8, 2018] GL Technologies (Hong Kong) Limited (or GL.iNet) today announced that it has been named a CES® 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree for Slate - a Gigabit Wireless Router for Security-savvy Travelers. The announcement was made during CES Unveiled New York, an invite-only tech event bringing together top media, exhibitors and industry leaders for a sneak peek of the products and trends expected at CES 2019, which will run January 8-11, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV.
by GL.iNet , November 12, 2018Read more
Dear GL.iNet customers, As part of our continuous efforts to secure your payment and improve your shopping experience, we need to make an official announcement about a recent fraud email account reaching some of our potential customers. The scam email email@example.com pretended to be our sales manager Arya Huang (correct email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and asked two of our clients to change the bank account for payment to another via email. If you also received an email from the scam email account, please reply us and terminate your payment transfer immediately.
by GL.iNet , November 1, 2018Read more
[Hong Kong - June 20, 2018] GL.iNet’s routers have been known for its portability and customizability. This year, we are going to deliver a whole new experience for security-savvy users. Slate is an upgraded version of GL-AR750. Apart from a pair of external antennas to extend Wi-Fi signal coverage, it also comes with 3 gigabit ports to support fast Internet speed and shorten the time needed for transferring files through Ethernet.
by Sunitra Chan , July 17, 2018Read more
Earlier this month, we sent out a prototype of Slate to Mr. Junade Ali, the Lead Support Operations Engineer at Cloudflare, to test out the “DNS-Over-TLS” feature and here‘s what he said about Slate: *GL.iNet GL-AR750S in black, same form-factor as the prior white GL.iNet GL-AR750. Credit card for comparison.* Back in April, I wrote about how it was possible to modify a router to encrypt DNS queries over TLS using Cloudflare’s 1.
by Junade Ali , July 16, 2018Read more
[Hannover, Germany - June 20, 2018] CeBit is one of the world’s largest electronics sourcing fair held in Germany. We are pleased to be one of the exhibitors at CeBit this year. Since it was our first time to attend the annual event, we can’t wait to introduce the GL.iNet collection to the CeBit visitors. The entire product family was being showcased at our booth D58-2, Hall 13 during June 11-15, 2018 and visitors came to our booth to get some hands-on experience on our OpenWRT routers.
by Sunitra Chan , June 26, 2018Read more
Today, we would like to share a detailed guide of how to set up DNS-Over-TLS with GL-AR750 written by Junade Ali. For those of you who have no idea what DNS-Over-TLS is, here is a little trivia for you: Your snooping ISP can strip-data-mine your every move on the internet and sell it to advertisers and marketing companies. DNS-Over-TLS is a new web browsing security tool to protect user privacy.
by Junade Ali , June 13, 2018Read more
It has been a while since we last published a blog entry. We’re going to deliver more articles of high quality in the future. Please email us if there’s a particular topic you want us to discuss. This time, we’d like to introduce an eco-friendly Wi-Fi solution for frequent travelers and regular road Wi-Fi users: Using a solar panel to power our GL-MiFi. Why use a Solar Panel? While GL-MiFi already has an internal battery (5,000mAh), it’s great to have an alternative power source just in case it runs out of juice, better yet, it’s completely free and you can power your router anywhere under the sunlight.
by alzhao , April 17, 2018Read more
There are several reasons you need to share your smartphone’s data to your router: Carriers tries to give you a plan with plenty of data but actually you don’t need that much. 4G speed is quite fast and it beats your home Internet speed. You can use the data for your laptop. Using your phone as a hotspot directly is easy, but you cannot connect too many devices. It is very easy to share your data to GL.
by Hill , June 21, 2017Read more