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Tablet Owners Offered $5 LTE Day Pass from AT&T

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Do you own a tablet rocking AT&T-friendly 4G LTE and you're dying to get connected for just one day at a time? AT&T has just announced a new $5 "day pass" for tablet owners, allowing them to hop online via the company's 4G LTE network.

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Google Wants More People To Connect To the Internet in Emerging Markets

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Google is said to be working to introduce wireless networks for countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia via airborne balloons and blimps.

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FCC Filing Reveals Google Working On Wireless Network

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In July of last year, Google unveiled Fiber, an experimental internet service based on fiber optics. Now, Google may be taking their internet service provider role one step further.

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Video: Misfit Shine Wireless Activity Tracker

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The Misfit Shine looks like a smoothed-out river rock and it's about the size of a quarter. It's designed to track your activity over the course of the day, making sure that you're being active enough.

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Free WiFi Coming to 2000+ Tim Hortons Restaurants in Canada

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You can already get your fill of free Wi-Fi at McDonald's and Starbucks, but you'll soon latch onto the web with your double-double and Timbits too. Tim Hortons has announced that they're bringing free wireless Internet to over 2,000 restaurants across Canada.

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iFrogz Boost iPhone Speaker Uses NearFA for Psychic Connection

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These days, you can cut the cords and use wireless technology like Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The iFrogz Boost Speaker uses neither of these, relying on what sounds more like a telepathy with your music-pumping iDevice.

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Panasonic WiGig Tablet Allows Multi-Gigabit Wireless Transmissions

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As early as 2009, we've been promised a potentially game-changing short-range wireless technology, called WiGig. This amazing mult-gigabit speed wireless technology sounds great, but its has taken a while to really see any major devices that take advantage of the possible technology. Panasonic is changing all that.

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Sleek 4G-V Signal Booster

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In areas with Verizon Wireless LTE service, the Sleek 4G-V is aimed to give you a strong LTE signal, as well as conventional 3G or 2G signals. Benefits include fewer dropped connections and no-service “dead zones,” faster data transfer rates and improved battery life for wireless devices.

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Tamaggo Reveals 360° High-Resolution 14MP Panomorph Digital Camera

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What this egg-shaped gizmo can do to your 360° world is create stunning panoramas much better morphed than, say, your ordinary StreetView imaging. You need to go to Tamaggo to experience it.

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Getting Eco With Bamboo Wireless Keyboard And Mouse

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If you want to keep taking food away from the pandas, here is another option to add to your office: a full bamboo wireless keyboard and mouse set.

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AT&T 4G A Network Of Lies

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Since the International Telecommunications buckled under pressure from cell-phone companies and redefined their definition of 4G to include any technology faster than what they had in 2009, cellular providers across the U.S. have been taking advantage of pretty words and undeserved titles to class up what is in fact not 4G. And it's not just one or two companies.

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Emergency pagers for college students: Will it fly?

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In an effort to combat parents' lack of trust in college crisis management systems, IntelliGuard is offering a work-around for post-secondary institutions to bypass mobile networks with emergency alerts.

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KFA2 Nvidia GeForce GTX460 graphics card is the world’s first wireless GPU

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The KFA2 GeForce GTX460 graphics card is the first desktop GPU that has taken things wireless. This multi-antenna'd beast can transmit HD video over thin air with WHDI, effectively creating a new bread of media centers for your home entertainment setup, or one crazy ass gaming system. Five antennas extend out the rear of the PCI Express card that will transmit 1080p 60Hz video over a 40MHz channel in the 5GHz unlicensed band.

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Mobilicity to undergo CRTC scrutiny regarding ownership

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Remember how Wind Mobile went through all sorts of trouble with the CRTC due to its concerns over foreign ownership and control? Well, the other major winner of that spectrum auction is about to jump through the exact same hoops because the CRTC will soon undertake an ownership review of Mobilicity.The company that you once knew as DAVE Wireless has since been rebranded as Mobilicity and the CRTC will be going through their paperwork to determine if it is compliant with Canadian ownership and control requirements.

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Public Mobile launches in May, free LD?

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The Canadian wireless climate is about to undergo another shakeup. The launch of Wind Mobile opened up the floodgates to some more competition and now another contender is on the way. Public Mobile has already started some guerilla marketing and it seems that it will be launching with free long distance.If you've looked around some towns, you may have seen some ads at bus shelters and other locations that simply say "unlimited."

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