Google says the latest flavor of its Android mobile operating system, called Android 2.3 or 'Gingerbread', is the fastest yet.
Network will deliver download speeds of 5-12 megabits per second; two $99 3G/4G USB modems go on sale Sunday; $50 (5GB limit) and $80 (10GB limit) data plans available, with 2-year contract.
Myspace will use the data to customize entertainment content for Facebook users who still use MySpace.
The 'world's first global hotspot' works fine, but the cost of using it overseas on Verizon's roaming network may make the Fivespot an expensive novelty for most travelers.
Even better news: The AT&T MiFi 2372 that AT&T will sell has its own OS and does some cool tricks that other MiFi's can't do.
Yahoo’s CEO Carol Bartz says she would like her company to do what Facebook does, if only it could.
BlackBerry's Balsillie strongly suggests this may be the case.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt says smartphones will soon support “bump” technology and mobile payments.
Facebook announces a full-fledged e-mail service for its 500 million members.
Facebook's new Deals feature gives us a legitimate reason to mess with location-based services, and we explore awesome things to do with your PC that may bend the rules a little.