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Subscribers to one of NetZero's 4G data plans can now hand out a healthy chunk of data each month via Facebook.
The new mobile broadband service is available to the 276 million people covered by Sprint's 3G network. And 4G is coming later this year.
If you live in a Clear coverage area and consume only modest amounts of data, this might just be the mobile-broadband deal of a lifetime.
NetZero announces its first 4G mobile broadband solutions, including a hot-spot router and a USB modem, which are based on Clear's 4G coverage and come with a free data plan plus a one-year free trial of 4G mobile Internet access.
Clearwire CEO Erik Prusch believes that the company's variant of LTE will allow you to effortlessly roam around the world.
The Xbox 360 ain't dead yet, the Federal Aviation Administration is rethinking its gadget policy, and Apple will pay out a dividend for the first time since 1995.
At its research labs, GE says it has the smart-grid technology, including solar panels and efficient appliances, to build a home that has a net-zero energy consumption.
After New York state Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's threat of legal action, Comcast has agreed to curtail Usenet access. It's still not clear what, if any, newsgroups will be removed.
This is no "It's a Wonderful Life," but the thousands stung by Web marketing practices now under government scrutiny may find it a feel-good story anyway.
Gadgets like the iPhone and the Pre are all the rage, but there are alternatives that let you do a lot of the same things at a lower cost.