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NetZero is back, brings free(ish) 4G internet

Back in the 90s NetZero offered free dial-up internet access by placing ads on your screen while you were online. Now the company is back with a new 4G WiMAX offering, and there’s still a free plan — but you’ll have to pay for the equipment. You can either pick up a 4G USB stick […]

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Clear introduces plug-and-play WiMAX modem for PC, Android, and Chrome

Clear has introduced a new 4G WiMAX modem that works with Windows, Mac, Linux, Google Chrome, and Android. All you have to do is plug the USB stick into a computer or portable device and it will use the built-in internet connection capabilities of your operating system to get you online. There’s no connection manager […]

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Motorola XOOM 4G LTE tablet now available for $500 and up

Sure, it looks like a second-generation Motorola XOOM tablet is on the way, but if all you’re looking for is a XOOM with a 4G LTE wireless radio, it looks like the wait is over. Last month Motorola finally started offering 4G upgrades to customers that purchased 3G XOOM tablets. Now you can go ahead […]

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Motorola XOOM 4G upgrade also improves SD card support

When the Motorola XOOM hit the streets in February it was missing two key features: a 4G LTE modem and a working SD card slot. It took a while, but in July Motorola finally rolled out an update that allowed users to insert an SD card and read data from it. And last month Motorola […]

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Motorola XOOM finally gets its 4G LTE upgrade

It’s been about seven months since Motorola and Verizon launched the XOOM tablet with 3G capabilities — and promised customers that a free 4G LTE upgrade would be available soon. Half a year later, it’s finally ready. Starting Thursday, September 29th customers that picked up 3G XOOM tablets will be able to send in their […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus: 7 inch HSPA+ tablet coming to T-Mobile

  The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inch tablet was the first Android tablet to be sold by every major US wireless carrier when it launched last year. Since then Samsung has introduced a range of additional tablets with different screen sizes including the Tab 8.9 and Tab 10.1. But it looks like the company also […]