A news report in an online publication's sponsored 5G section talks about the benefits of an always-on 5G connection in the latest crop of Windows-based ARM-powered PC notebooks, but 5G is hard to find, it's not free and your always-on smartphone is an alternative you already own.
If you've purchased an iPad 3, like me, and have been looking for Apple's promised new 'personal hotspot' feature, you won't find it - or at least, not yet.
Chinese networking equipment maker Huawei has provided its new E5832 3G personal Wi-Fi hotspot to Internode, which is selling it from AUD $49 when bundled on a 24-month contract: hip hip Huawei?
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