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Karma updates mobile hotspot prices (again… but this one’s not bad)

Karma sells mobile hotspots that let you get online a few different ways. You can pay for a monthly plan or pay per gigabyte. Last year the company tried launching an unlimited plan, but figured out that wasn’t sustainable when people actually used unlimited data, so it was replaced with the monthly data plan. Now […]

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ZTE introduces SPRO Plus tablet, projector, and mobile hotspot

ZTE is updating its SPRO line of mobile hotspot/projectors. But the new ZTE SPRO Plus isn’t just a device that you can use to connect to the internet or project content to a wall or screen. It’s also a small Android-powered tablet. While earlier SPRO devices had touchscreen displays, they were mostly for controlling the projector and […]

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Lilbits (4-24-2013): The webOS phone that never was, FreedomPop expands its network

FreedomPop has an unusual business model. You can buy one of the company’s devices and use it to access the internet for no additional charge. FreedomPop offers up to 500MB of data on the Clearwire 4G WiMAX network for free. But WiMAX isn’t available everywhere, so now the company is branching out into 3G. The […]

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Asus to bundle netbooks with Boingo WiFi software, discounts

Asus has reached an agreement with Boingo Wireless to bundle the WiFi hotspot operator’s software with new Asus Eee PC notebooks. Basically, if you pick up an Asus Eee PC 1005PE, 1008P, or 1201N, there’s good chance it will come preloaded with Boingo software for connecting to the 125,000 WiFi hotspots around the world. Unfortunately, […]