Tag: netbook

Sprint To Cap Hotspot and Mobile Broadband Plans – For Current Customers As Well

Sprint To Cap Hotspot and Mobile Broadband Plans – For Current Customers As Well

| September 22, 2011 | 2 Replies

Yikes.  Some (more) bad news from the Sprint camp this week.  According to leaked details from the carrier’s weekly internal newsletter, any customers currently paying for the $29.99 monthly hotspot service on their phone will soon see the end of unlimited usage for that feature.  Bill messages and postcards are being sent out over the […]

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Comcast Introduces $10 Internet Access for Low-Income Families

Comcast Introduces $10 Internet Access for Low-Income Families

| August 8, 2011 | Reply

Cable and Internet provider Comcast is rolling out a new program that offers discounted Internet service to low-income families. The program is called Internet Essentials and will provide “low-cost access to the Internet and affordable computers as well as digital literacy training to families with children who are eligible to receive free lunches under the National […]

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The First Solar Powered Netbook Will Have to Wait to See the Light of Day

The First Solar Powered Netbook Will Have to Wait to See the Light of Day

| July 13, 2011 | Reply

Sorry about the headline. Had to do it. The Samsung NC215S netbook comes with a solar panel built into the shell so you can harness the power of the sun to charge it. The report is that it takes about 2 hours of sunlight to get an hour use out of the netbook so that […]

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GN Deals of the day – Including a wireless charging kit for iphone4 for $19.99

GN Deals of the day – Including a wireless charging kit for iphone4 for $19.99

| April 25, 2011 | Reply

Wireless charging mat and case for Iphone4 – $19.99 T-Mobile tap unlocked phone – $89.99 FM Modulator with usb and sd input – $14.99 Electric donut maker – $19.77 Android netbook – $99.99 Two way wireless audio surveillance device – $19.99 42 Inch LED tv – $429.99

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GN Deals of the day – Including an I5 laptop for $499

GN Deals of the day – Including an I5 laptop for $499

| April 19, 2011 | Reply

Gateway laptop with core I5, 6gig ram, 500gb HDD – $499.99 Core I7 3.06 Ghz boxed processor – $199.99 10.2 inch Android netbook – $154.80 Asus EEEpc – $179.89 “Ibooty” – butt shaped iphone stand – $8.99 Creative Labs GB pocket recorder w/HDMI $39.99 Solar powered bluetooth car kit – $19.99 Blue LED touchscreen watch […]

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CR-48 In the House!

CR-48 In the House!

| February 1, 2011 | 3 Replies

A little surprise came trouncing through the blizzard that is demolishing us in the northeast this morning, a long-awaited CR-48 ChromeOS notebook from Google. If you are not aware, the CR-48 is part of a pilot program from Google to get exposure and testers for their upcoming ChromeOS which will be coming out for public […]

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HP WebOS tablets coming soon? Internal memo leaks and sounds like a deleted scene from the movie “Clueless”.

HP WebOS tablets coming soon? Internal memo leaks and sounds like a deleted scene from the movie “Clueless”.

| January 16, 2011 | Reply

We knew that HP would be pushing out WebOS tablets eventually, but up until now there has been no “Official” word or leak.  We know have that leak, and it comes in the form of a vague and odd internal HP memo.  The memo doesn’t give any sort of time frame, except for pointing to […]

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Hybriding Your Tablet and Netbook Needs

Hybriding Your Tablet and Netbook Needs

| January 8, 2011 | Reply

The IdeaPad U1 Hybrid – Solves your inner netbook versus tablet crisis. Here is a nice Hybrid of tablet and netbook by Lenovo. Originally featured at CES 201o and recently reappearing, this product has been in the works for a while.  This machine brings you the best of both worlds, running both Windows 7 (when […]

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4G WIMAX goes live in San Francisco!

4G WIMAX goes live in San Francisco!

| December 28, 2010 | Reply

If winning the World Series this year in SF didn’t do anything for you then maybe this will… Sprint has just gone live with its 4G WIMAX network in the Bay Area! If you’re rocking an Evo or an Epic 4G then you can now get your 4G on and show up all your 3G […]

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Sprint shows off 4G to 6 More Cities

Sprint shows off 4G to 6 More Cities

| November 29, 2010 | Reply

Wowzer! Sprint fans and customers start your happy faces. If you live in these cities I know you will be checking on your 4g checkmark and getting ready to get some rocket speeds on your Evo, Epic or any other Spring 4G device. Sprint keeps secretly unrolling these new cities to their nationwide 4G network […]

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