4G Mobile Hotspot Face-Off: AT&T, Verizon LTE Hotspots Fight to a Draw

The AT&T Elevate 4G and the Verizon MiFi 4620 Jetpack are easy to set up and use, and both offer fast speeds--but both suffer from limited battery life, too.

20 Best U.S. Airports for Tech Travelers

Looking for a place where you can get things done--or be entertained--while waiting for a flight? We tested Wi-Fi quality and cell reception (and counted electrical outlets) at the 40 largest airports in the United States, to find the ones that do the best job of keeping you plugged in at the gate and in the air.

Facebook Adds Timeline Feature and Supercharges Apps

Facebook releases Timeline feature to chart your life and supercharges apps allowing you to share "all of your life" activities with friends.

Nexus S 4G Review: Gingerbread Phone Gets a 4G Boost

Google and Samsung's joint collaboration is enhanced with Sprint's 4G data speeds, but the Nexus S still has a few hardware oversights.

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Mobile Hotspots: Which Are Fastest, Most Reliable?

We tested phone-based (Droid X) and free-standing (MiFi) mobile hotspots on the AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon networks to see which ones pump out the best speeds and have the most consistent connection. Here's what we found.

Mobilize 2010: 5 Apps to Watch

At GigaOm's 2010 Mobilize Conference in San Francisco, we got a first look at some intriguing new apps.

Are Service Provider Netbook Bundles a Good Deal?

When you buy a subsidized netbook from a wireless service provider, the money you save on the device is a pittance compared to the data fees you'll pay over the next two years. But buying a netbook and a data plan unbundled is even more expensive.