Not everyone has dozens of gigabytes on their mobile plan to burn through each month, and unless you're on Vodafone's new Infinite mobile phone plans in Australia with 2mbps, 10mbps or 25mbps speeds after using your monthly data allocation, free WiFi is more available than ever.
Vodafone has kicked off the new year in style, adding mobile broadband hotspots and dongles to its 'lightning-fast' 4G data network.
The first and second-generation iPads were officially known simply as iPad while they were current, so it should be no real surprise that the new model introduced overnight with a 2048x1536 resolution screen is still called iPad and not iPad HD. But predictions of 4G support proved correct.
Despite resolving the issue of how the tablet acquired the WiFi credentials raised in the previous tale, there are still significant issues regarding the storage of such information in a cloud environment.
It appears that Android stores SSIDs and WPA encryption keys on Google's servers and links them to users' Google accounts. So much for "don't be evil!" [Updated]
Chinese networking equipment maker Huawei has provided its new E5832 3G personal Wi-Fi hotspot to Internode, which is selling it from AUD $49 when bundled on a 24-month contract: hip hip Huawei?
With NBN under a cloud due to the latest controversy over building costs, Telstra laughs in the face of the 'National Broadband Network' with an even faster 3G high-speed mobile hotspot.
Telstra has introduced a second pocket-sized battery powered 3G WiFi hotspot, this one operating on HSPA+ giving it a theoretical maximum downlink speed of 21Mbps.
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