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  • LG gets bragging rights for Japan's first certified 4G device

    LG gets bragging rights for Japan's first certified 4G device

    The rest of the world is catching on rapidly but overall, Japan is still the world’s most advanced mobile society. That being said, you’d assume that the first 4G (LTE) device to get an official certification from Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications must be coming from one of the many mobile companies over here, but it was South Korea’s LG who got… Read More

  • File transfers via soundwave

    File transfers via soundwave

    Remember modems? No, not cable modems or DSL modems, which are more technically network bridges. I’m talking real, honest-to-goodness analog modems, the kind that actually made noise. The kind where, if you picked up the phone while you were connected to The Internet!, you’d hear warbling screeches and that nude picture of Samantha Fox that you were downloading would be ruined! Read More

  • T-Mobile Launches USB Modem Reminiscent Of A Maxi-Pad

    T-Mobile has introduced the web’n’walk USB modem to rival that of Vodafone’s, but it’s way cheaper, says T-Mobile. The USB modem is PC and Mac compatible, and offers broadband like speeds of up to 1.8Mbps. If you’re in the UK you can purchase one for £29.99 with a monthly fee of £29 on an HSDPA connection. Product Page [via Tech Digest] Read More