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The Daily Slash: December 13 2010

The Daily Slash: December 13 2010

Well now! Take a peek at the dinosaur! Whippin up some nice HTML 5 with Javascript for amazing results out at LeWeb! Then take a trip down memory lane as you prepare for the future as Philip reviews Tron (1982), aka the former in the longest period between a film and it's sequel, EVER, culminating in Tron: Legacy soon! Get pumped up because iPhone for Verizon might run on LTE! Discuss the meaning of a Chrome OS Notebook with Ben. Review with us the Orb Music MP-1 and the LG VL600 LTE modem, unbox and get your hands on a Nexus S and a Laser Pico Projector, and give 3D a try with Don. LOTS to do here right now on The Daily Slash!

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LG VL600 LTE modem review

LG VL600 LTE modem review

Our initial speed benchmarking with Verizon's LTE service was enough to get us seriously interested in the high-speed 4G network, but there's more to a mobile broadband service than just raw throughput. Has the LG VL600 LTE modem lived up to expectations? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Bell DC HSPA+ network launches Nov 23: up to 42Mbps with Novatel Ovation MC547 modem

Bell DC HSPA+ network launches Nov 23: up to 42Mbps with Novatel Ovation MC547 modem

HSPA+ is all well and good, but Bell Mobility and Novatel Wireless are more interested in what speeds you can manage if you pair a couple of cells together. Together they've announced the Ovation MC547 USB modem for Bell Mobility's freshly unveiled Dual-Cell HSPA+ (DC HSPA+) network, which will be theoretically capable of up to 42 Mbps downloads and 11 Mbps uploads.

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Clearwire out Rover pre-pay WiMAX with Rover Puck mobile hotspot

Clearwire out Rover pre-pay WiMAX with Rover Puck mobile hotspot

Clearwire has officially launched Rover, their pay-as-you-go 4G mobile broadband service, which offers unlimited WiMAX data for either $5 a day, $20 a week or $50 per month.  Two modems will be available for the Rover packages, a USB model called the Rover Stick and priced at $99.99, and a 4G mobile hotspot called the Rover Puck, which can share a single WiMAX connection with up to eight WiFi-connected users and is priced at $149.99.

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T-Mobile USA HSPA+ network overtakes rivals with 4G speed reach

T-Mobile USA HSPA+ network overtakes rivals with 4G speed reach

"You snooze, you lose" may not be the most eloquent way of putting it, but Sprint CEO Dan Hesse knows that the longer it takes to get customers onto shiny devices like the EVO 4G, the more chance his carrier rivals have to overtake him in high-speed mobile networks.  T-Mobile USA has just announced that their HSPA+ network is now the most pervasive in the country, currently covering more than 85m people and on track, the carrier promises, to offer HSPA+ to over 185m people by the end of 2010.

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CLEAR 4G and 4G+ WiFi hotspots outed with USB 3G/4G modem

CLEAR 4G and 4G+ WiFi hotspots outed with USB 3G/4G modem

US WiMAX provider Clearwire has outed its latest 4G modems and personal wireless hotspots, promising broadband-like speeds in areas with suitable 4G service.  The new CLEAR 4G and CLEAR 4G+ personal WiFi hotspots (the latter being a rebadge of the Sprint Overdrive) each pull in a WiMAX signal and share it with up to eight nearby devices (the 4G+ also works with 3G connections).  Meanwhile there's a new dual-mode 3G/4G USB modem for Mac and Windows users.

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Integrated 3G to overtake external modems by 2012

Integrated 3G to overtake external modems by 2012

Will flexible data contracts like Apple have negotiated for the iPad - and Spring Design are planning for their Alex ereader - drive adoption of integrated 3G/4G data connections rather than external modems?  That's certainly one interpretation of DigiTime's latest statistics; they're quoting industry sources who reckon global sales of built-in 3G modules will exceed sales of external data cards by 2012.

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