Look at this little guy. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but powerful enough to enable you to make phone calls, text, and use data virtually anywhere in the world. Like, even on the peaks of remote mountains or in the middle of uninhabited deserts, thanks to the magic of satellites.
AT&T customers can now access Boingo hotspots overseas—in one of the applicable major international airports, that is.
This teeny portable router from D-Link is everything a human holed up in a hotel room could dream of: Wi-Fi hotspot, emergency battery and wireless media sharer, all rolled into one.
Bandwidth is precious. You paid for it. God help anyone who tries to steal it. The Karma hotspot flips this equation on its head. Share your connection, and both you and your leecher get 100MB of free data. It's enough to warm even the Scroogiest of hearts.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is currently the best Android phone out there—and
only one (of two) that runs Ice Cream Sandwich (so far). But non-Verizon stateside peeps have been left out in the cold. Sprint to the rescue.
Skype just rolled out Skype WiFi, the new name for its Skype Access hotspot plan, to iOS devices. The app lets you get online at more than a million hotspots, and pay for it on a per-minute basis.
Starting next week, you'll be able to prepare for AT&T's LTE network on your laptop, tablet (or whatever else!) with a new hotspot or USB dongle. But how much will the mobile broadband run you?
AT&T had kept quiet up until now about whether it would support the hotspot goodness that comes with iOS 4.3. With yesterday's official Apple announcement, though, the carrier has made its plans official: AT&T iPhone 4 owners can enable their handsets' hotspotability for $20/month (on top of the $25 Data Pro plan),…
AT&T's got new data plans to go with the wireless hotspot feature debuting in its first 4G Android phones—which they're "working with Apple to bring it to iPhone"—and they actually screw you less than before.
Hi, AT&T? Loyal customer here. Really been digging the iPhone the last few years, and was excited to find out I can use it as a hotspot in March. That is, if you let us. And here's why you should.
Until now, all of Verizon's 4G has been packed inside dongles. Samsung and Novatel's LTE hotspots will let you spread the 4G around with Wi-Fi. Slightly thicker than the old MiFi, but you need the space for all them Gees.
Sad news, folks: Clear's iSpot WiMax hotspot is apparently being discontinued already—barely five months after being introduced.
Remember Clear's WiMax hotspot—the one allegedly "optimized" for Apple devices? And by optimized for, they meant restricted to? There's a fix for that! The iSpot is surprisingly easy to root, opening up a variety of tweaks.
A big graphite Kindle DX. A super fast 4G WiMax Wi-Fi Hotspot. A bamboo laptop. For all the mobile warriors who demand the biggest, fastest and eco-friendliest, your devices are now available.
You know what's great? My smartphone puts the world in my pocket. Broadband puts 2,454,399 channels on my HDTV. I can access the internet from a freaking airplane! You know what's unsustainable? Paying for it all.
Ford's not the first car company to offer an in-car Wi-Fi solution, but by integrating it with their next Sync update, it looks as though they've come up with a method that's simple and inexpensive—two words I love.
We're at least a generation away from internet on everything. Until then, the Verizon MiFi 2200 will drive one 3G cellular data connection over Wi-Fi to a handful of gadgets at once.
According to the ever-popular "sources familiar with the matter," Verizon is planning to partner up with Wi-Fi hotspot provider Boingo. Now, how's about you make with the WiFi-enabled phones, Verizon?