Articles about 3g (page 5)

Apple Online Store Stops Offering The 8GB iPhone 3G?
Looks like the end is nigh for the iPhone 3G. With Walmart lowering the price of the iPhone 3GS, what do you think is the fate of the humble iPhone 3G? If you’ve been shopping around the Apple online store today, you may have noticed that the button to select the 8GB iPhone 3G has disappeared from the Apple store. Usually if an item is out of stock at the […]

3G-supporting HP Mini 210 Offered By Verizon Wireless
Verizon subscribers who are shopping around for a new netbook might want to know that the carrier has begun offering the HP Mini 210 netbook with a 3G modem for $149.99 as long as you agree to a two-year contract. If you do decide to go for this, you’ll get a netbook that offers:

T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide Pricing Leaked?
Details of T-Mobile’s upcoming MyTouch 3G Slide have been going around for some time now, but the thing that everybody has been wondering about is its price. Fortunately leaked pictures are here to help you again, and according to the latest leaks, the device will set you back $149.99 with a 2-year Even More contract, or $399.99 to get it out of contract with the Even More Plus plan. Aside […]

O2 Offers The Samsung N150 And Asus UL30A 3G-enabled Computers
Looks like Verizon isn’t the only carrier around to offer Samsung’s N150 with a built-in wireless module, as O2 has just launched the Asus UL30A and the Samsung N150 with built-in 3G access, allowing you to relocate your 3G USB dongle to the trash bin. The Samsung N150 will be offered in O2 stores tomorrow with a 24-month contract at £25/month, netting you 3GB worth of data, 500MB of Wi-Fi […]

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AT&T Readies Its Micro-SIM For The iPad 3G's Launch
With the iPad 3G set to ship to customers pretty soon pictures of the micro-SIM that AT&T will be issuing for the iPad have started to make rounds on the Internet. The interesting part is that the SIM card is more or less same as the full sized SIM, as the size of the chip is exactly the same, just that the plastic surround it has been reduced. The card […]

TRENDnet announces TEW-655BR3G router
TRENDnet has a spanking new router for the masses – the TEW-655BR3G which will come with a built-in USB port which enables you to hook up a 3G or 3.5G wireless USB modem from the following carriers – Sprint, AT&T or Verizon. This broadband connection can be shared with different computers of varying speeds of up to 150Mbps. The router itself relies on an internal battery that can be recharged […]

Asus Eee PC T91 Hacked To Include 3G Modem
Netbooks are great portable devices, but not all of them sport 3G modems. If you have an Asus Eee PC T91 and want to make it truly portable, you might want to check out the video in the full post where a user called Jkkmobile did exactly that, bolting on a 3G modem to said netbook. The whole process isn’t as easy and swapping a part on larger notebooks, but […]

Moonse E-7001 7-inch 3G Android Tablet
Moonse has released a 7-inch Android touch screen tablet device, further adding another device to Google’s horde of Android-powered devices. The E-7001 is powered by the rather old Android 1.5 operating system, but offers some interesting specs such as an 800 x 480 resolution display, 3G HSDPA, 1.3-megapixel camera and only costs $131. Considering that it’s relatively inexpensive, sounds like you don’t have to worry too much about it, though […]

iPad's 3G From AT&T Is Really Unlimited
Those of you who normally subscribe to data plans from carriers should be fairly used to a data cap of sorts, generally around 5GB, which means that after you use more than 5GB worth of data for that month, you’ll probably have to shell out more money for your “unlimited” Internet connectivity. That being said, AT&T has confirmed that the unlimited data plan for the iPad is truly unlimited, so […]

Nexaira Wireless 3G/4G SOHO router
Nexaira Wireless has just introduced a new 3G/4G SOHO router for the masses which promises to offer fast and secure Wi-Fi virtually anywhere in North America as long as there is sufficient cellular coverage by a wireless carrier. It will play nice with HSPA and HSPA+ networks from AT&T, T-Mobile, Bell, Rogers, and Telus, and EDVO RevA networks from Sprint and Verizon, as well as 4G WiMAX from Clear. Sounds […]

Rumor: Is Nokia Planning To Come Up With A Windows 7 Tablet?
This is still very much a rumor, but according to Ashok Kumar, an analyst at Rodman Renshaw, Nokia is busy working with suppliers and design manufacturers on a touchscreen tablet, which might be available as early as this fall. While there aren’t many supporting details, considering that Nokia’s Booklet 3G used Windows 7, it’s worth a guess that if it were to come up with a tablet device, it might […]

LG Cookie Gig KM570 Advertisement Spotted
While the LG Cookie Gig KM570 hasn’t been officially announced yet, an eagle eyed reader has managed to spot the phone appearing on the product catalogue of a European retailer, confirming the existence of such a device, as well as its ability to support 3G data. The device shouldn’t be too far away from being announced, seeing that it appeared in the Easter promotions section of the catalogue. The price […]

Japanese Acer Aspire One 532h Gets 3G
While it doesn’t look like the Acer Aspire One 532h will be getting a matte display like the folks over in Germany, but it does offer another, possibly more useful, feature. We’re talking about built-in 3G via NTT DoCoMo’s FOMA service. It’ll be going on sale from April 16th at DoCoMo’s online store for 50,000 Yen ($535). Other specs of this netbook remain constant with the original model, which means:

AT&T announces 3G MicroCell plans
In trial a few months ago, the AT&T 3G MicroCell box is now ready to enter into service, nationwide. The basic purpose of this unit is to connect your 3G phone to the AT&T network in a better, more reliable way. It’s simple, voice and 3G data go from your phone to AT&T via this 2-way path: Phone <-> Microcell <-> Router <-> Internet <-> AT&T Network. What is happening is […]