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May 19, 2015 By Neri Networks

Wireless Wizard

The Wireless Wizard improves the speed and reliability of any WiFi, 2G, 3G, 4G or wired broadband connection. It allows you to aim...

May 13, 2015 By Baidu

Baidu WiFi Hotspot

WiFi Hotspot allows you to easily share your computer's network with your cell phone or tablet for free. As long as your desktop is...

September 13, 2010 by

Intel brings WiDi technology to tablets

At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel CEO Paul Otellini shows the company's new wireless display technology. Using a WiDi video chip, users can stream HD video and games from their laptop and desktop PC to a tablet device.

December 2, 2014 By TX Network ( Hong Kong )

My WiFi Router

My WIFI Router, a free virtual WiFi router software, can convert your Windows XP, 7 & 8 laptop/PC into a WiFi Hotspot with one click....

July 12, 2010 by

T-Mobile webConnect Rocket 2.0 images leaked

There hasn't been much publicly known about T-Mobile's upcoming webConnect Rocket 2.0, the sequel to the wireless provider's first HSPA+ laptop stick. But some slides have leaked, and if authentic, we know quite a bit more now.

January 13, 2010 by

Netgear's Push2TV adapter works with Intel Wireless Display to stream content from your laptop to your HDTV

Announced at CES and apparently already available at Best Buy, Netgear's Push2TV (PTV1000) adapter was designed to work with Intel Wireless Display technology in order to stream content via Wi-Fi from your laptop to your HDTV.The device basically combines the streaming capabilities of similar home theater devices with the ability to see anything on your laptop screen without needing to plug it into your set.

October 26, 2009 by

Dell Vostro 320

While a few tweaks such as an in-built wireless receiver for keyboard/mouse and a video input so it could double as a monitor for your laptop would be nice, if you're looking for a cheap all-in-one PC, it's hard to ignore the Vostro 320 as an option.

March 24, 2009 by

T-Mobile announces 3G USB stick with usage meter and notification system

I have the T-Mobile G1 here in the Puget Sound area, but only get 3G coverage in King County. Now that T-Mobile has a 3G network in place, even though it is still quite limited, they announced the T-Mobile webConnect USB Laptop Stick. The USB Laptop Stick is priced at $49.99 with a 2-year contract, $99.99 with a 1-year contract, and $249.99 with no contract. Like the other wireless carriers you can consume up to 5GB of data per month for $59.99. T-Mobile also includes their WiFi HotSpot access with your data plan. If you are in an area without 3G, the Laptop Stick works over EDGE.

February 1, 2009 by

Mobile software Monday: WMWiFiRouter turns your Windows Mobile device into a mobile hotspot

Readers have asked me about the capability of tethering your devices to laptops and other devices and I decided to post a review of a very useful utility that lets you turn your Windows Mobile device into a WiFi hotspot. Of all the mobile operating systems around, I think Windows Mobile is the easiest to use as a wired or wireless modem for your laptop and other devices. Windows Mobile 6.1 includes the Internet Sharing utility that lets you connect via cable or Bluetooth to your laptop. However, with the use of Bluetooth PAN and USB it isn't that simple to connect things like the iPod touch or Nokia N810. WMWiFiRouter lets you turn your Windows Mobile device into a wireless hotspot that makes connecting virtually any device quick and easy.

December 17, 2008 by

Novatel Wireless launches MiFi mobile router--no tethering required

Novatel Wireless is looking to advance the sharing of 3G signals with the new MiFi mobile router, a slender unit that doesn't need to be connected to a laptop or even plugged in to allow multiple devices to connect to the Internet wirelessly via a 3G cellular network.The battery-powered MiFi can deliver four hours of use before needing to be recharged, making it well-suited for environments like a car, where passengers could do work over the Web as they roll along.

December 1, 2008 by

Linux on the Road

As I write this, I am traveling at about 150 km/h on the German autobahn. I am on the Lifebook S6510 laptop, running Ubuntu, connected via wireless broadband.

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