Now lets have a brief introduction of MiFi (3G or 4G Hotspot). Wi-Fi is nearly everywhere we go these days, but we don’t want to rely on it for data connectivity (3G or 4G)—after all, there seems to be some law of physics that says it’s never there when the need it most. To solve this problem, keep a wireless hotspot all times, like the MiFi, which you can get on multiple carriers. Alternatively, if you’ve a jail-broken your iPhone, you can use MyWi together it, or with the Android phone with PDANet. Of course, togethering has its downsides, so be aware of those before you go that route—the Mi-Fi might be a better choice if you want to conserve battery or get the fastest internet possible.
Jimmy Iovine has had a presence in the music industry for a long time, and he’s never shy about talking about the lay of land as far as he sees it when given the opportunity. Continue reading → Go to Source Author: Evan Selleck Powered by WPeMatico
Apple and Qualcomm have been going at one another in the courts for a bit of time, but it looks like that will be coming to an end. Apple today announced that it has chosen to settle with Qualcomm, and that the two companies will stop litigation moving forward. Continue reading → Go to Source […]
While Google is using MWC to show off some of its advances in native apps on mobile devices — specifically in chat apps — the world’s biggest chat app company is doing something completely different. Today, Facebook announced that it is building a 770-kilometer (500-mile) fiber backhaul network in Uganda, in partnership with India’s Airtel and […]