This Little Mi-Fi Can Get You Online Anywhere in the World

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. » 2/04/14 1:00pm 2/04/14 1:00pm

The Galaxy Nexus and More LTE Goodness Are Sprintbound

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is currently the best Android phone out there—and the 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. » 1/09/12 3:41pm 1/09/12 3:41pm

AT&T Will Support iPhone 4 Hotspot With iOS 4.3

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), with… » 3/03/11 9:30am 3/03/11 9:30am

AT&T: Please Let Us Hotspot Our iPhones

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. » 1/12/11 12:20pm 1/12/11 12:20pm

Unconfirmed: All iPhones Will Have Personal Hotspot Ability With iOS…

According to BGR—who's got a good track record with these things—iOS 4.3 will bring personal hotspot capabilities to all iPhones regardless of carrier. We already know Verizon's on board. What say you, AT&T? » 1/12/11 9:07am 1/12/11 9:07am