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Can FreedomPop Make a Business Giving Away Free Mobile Broadband?

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FreedomPop, the startup backed by Skype founder Niklas Zennstrom, says it is ready to begin testing of its mobile broadband service. The company aims to give away 500MB of data each month and make money of various other services. Users can earn up to an additional 1GB or more of...
Can FreedomPop Make a Business Giving Away Free Mobile Broadband?
Dell's Project Ophelia will turn any HDTV into an Android computer this May
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Gadgetwise Blog: Tip of the Week: Linux on a Stick

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If you are not sure Linux is for you, you can give it a test drive from a USB stick or a CD before you install it....
Gadgetwise Blog: Tip of the Week: Linux on a Stick

Bump Aims to Ease Sharing Files Between Phones and PCs

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Bump, the program best known for letting people share photos and contacts from one phone to another, is expanding further onto the desktop. With a new software update, photos, contacts and other types of files can now be shared between phones and computers (both Mac and Windows). Bump had previously...
Bump Aims to Ease Sharing Files Between Phones and PCs
Photographer embeds Raspberry Pi computer in DSLR battery grip
Hands-on: NetZero to offer no-contract 4G mobile hotspot service

intelliPaper adds a disposable USB drive to your business card, advertising mailer or magazine insert

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There are two scenarios which crop up in my life with an alarming frequency. The first is the age old problem surrounding business cards. Once you’ve finished chatting with a client, you want them to remember who you are and contact you in the future. However, handing over a business...
intelliPaper adds a disposable USB drive to your business card, advertising mailer or magazine insert

Retail's Future: Facebook Loyalty Cards And Touch Screen Showrooms

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Supermarkets using customers' Facebook accounts as simultaneous discount/surveillance platforms? Vending machines where you can pay by iPhone? Ordering luxury cars and private jets via iPad-like interfaces and sidestepping the salesman? They're all here.Over in Europe, commercial brands are quietly working on technologies to change the way we shop for the...
Retail's Future: Facebook Loyalty Cards And Touch Screen Showrooms

Screen Grabs: Raspberry Pi survives electronics blackout for a cameo on Revolution

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Screen Grabs chronicles the uses (and misuses) of real-world gadgets in today's movies and TV. Send in your sightings (with screen grab!) to screengrabs at engadget dot com. The original premise of NBC's Revolution is that in the near future some unknown worldwide catastrophe devastated all electronic devices, plunging everyone...
Screen Grabs: Raspberry Pi survives electronics blackout for a cameo on Revolution

Keeping Word documents private, and other queries | Ask Jack

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Four questions this week: John's partner wants to edit Word documents privately, Stan has a CD stuck in a laptop drive, Derek's CDs are skipping, and Mary can't turn on Windows XP's auto-updateIf you open and edit Microsoft Word documents from a USB memory stick, does this leave a "footprint"...
Keeping Word documents private, and other queries | Ask Jack
Your Uncle Wants Tech Support? Give Him This USB Stick
Mountain Lion upgrade times? 13 minutes for Retina MBP, up to an hour for HDD Macs

Microsoft: Consumers Will Force Enterprises to Adopt Windows 8

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CIOs and managers who answer to CIOs attended the keynote sessions at the CeBIT conference in Hannover yesterday expecting Microsoft to explain to them, for the first time, where the business value in Windows 8 will come from. What they got may have been a bit of a shock:...
Microsoft: Consumers Will Force Enterprises to Adopt Windows 8
Option Xyfi hands-on: a creative new take on the portable hotspot

FreedomPop raises $7.5M to free you from carrier shackles (exclusive)

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The seemingly mythical FreedomPop, which aims to disrupt the mobile broadband landscape by offering freemium 4G service, is one step closer to reality. The company has raised $7.5 million in a first round of funding led by ManGrove and DCM, VentureBeat has learned. FreedomPop hopes to file its Form...
FreedomPop raises $7.5M to free you from carrier shackles (exclusive)

Yes, Android 4.2 runs on the Chromepixel Pixel and other laptops

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When Google announced the Chromebook Pixel with high resolution touchscreen last week I noted that there was something missing. Namely, I think the device would greatly benefit from the ability to run Android apps, which are already touch-optimized. Sure you can navigate the web via touch — we do that...
Yes, Android 4.2 runs on the Chromepixel Pixel and other laptops

Infinitec Unlimited Storage Streaming Flash Drive [USB]

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I don't know how to best sum up Infinitec's new "flash drive" in a headline—which is pretty obvious at this point. But what it can do is pretty unique, once you wrap your head around it.Infinitec has created a USB stick that contains an 802.11n module capable of creating an...
Infinitec Unlimited Storage Streaming Flash Drive [USB]

Upload masses of images lightning-fast with Hyperdesktop

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Hyperdesktop (free) is right up your alley if you are a blogger, involved in tech support, or like to upload lots of images for Facebook and Reddit. Uploading multiple images the regular way can be a hassle. You always need to have your browser open on the correct image-uploading...
Upload masses of images lightning-fast with Hyperdesktop

Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile launching HTC EVO V 4G as first 4G phone

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Coming out of CTIA 2012 today, Virgin Mobile has announced it plans to launch the HTC EVO V 4G on May 31 as its first 4G device. Of course Sprint’s no-contract subsidiary will be offering the device without a commitment, which means you’ll have to hand over $299 and...
Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile launching HTC EVO V 4G as first 4G phone
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Don’t look now but Microsoft Azure is a kick-butt cloud

How it's made: Join us on a tour of the MK802 mini PC factory (video)

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Getting to grips with the Android 4.0-toting MK802 mini PC earlier this month just left us wanting more. Luckily, ARMdevices.net recently took a tour of the Shenzhen factory where it's born to bring us a hands-on straight from source. The MK802 is one of a couple of devices we've...
How it's made: Join us on a tour of the MK802 mini PC factory (video)

iTwin Connect turns a humble USB stick into your own VPN (video)

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Passing files over the internet using iTwin's 256-bit AES encryption's all well and good, but wouldn't it be nice if you could use that connection for other things? Luckily for you, that's just what the iTwin Connect was designed to do. In addition to the usual file-sharing jiggery-pokery, the...
iTwin Connect turns a humble USB stick into your own VPN (video)

Ikea TV goes on sale in Europe, comes with DVR add-on

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Ikea’s Uppleva TV is arriving in select European Ikea stores and the company just shared some more technical data about the device, revealing that it will also be able to record programming on separately sold flash memory. However, some details are still unclear. Uppleva arrived in Ikea’s Stockholm store late...
Ikea TV goes on sale in Europe, comes with DVR add-on

Infinitec returns with Android 4.0-based HDMI dongle, Kickstarts the Pocket TV

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Remember Infinitec? Tricky question, no? The company came to us at CES 2010 with a product that had big -- nay, huge -- aspirations. It was a simple USB stick that promised to enable ad hoc streaming, claiming to bring "infinite storage" to PC users. Unfortunately, it wasn't exactly...
Infinitec returns with Android 4.0-based HDMI dongle, Kickstarts the Pocket TV
Dell's bold plan to reinvent itself: A USB-sized PC that gives access to Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS
Skype co-founder’s FreedomPop wants to offer freemium mobile broadband
Mountain Lion causing battery life issues for select users? [Poll]

Review: Autostarter X3 automates your regular computer operations with batch files

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When you switch your computer on first thing in the morning, what do you do? I bet you open the same browser, open the same Web pages (email, Facebook, news), and start up the same software apps. We are all creatures of habit after all. However, opening up all...
Review: Autostarter X3 automates your regular computer operations with batch files
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