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WiFi tethering spotted in Android 2.2 Froyo

WiFi tethering spotted in Android 2.2 Froyo

If we weren't already excited by the prospect of a faster smartphone experience when Android 2.2 Froyo arrives, the news that the updated OS packs native tethering support would be enough to get us chomping at the bit.  According to TechCrunch, Android 2.2 will deliver not only USB tethering - allowing for a wired hook-up from your phone to a netbook, notebook or other device - but WiFi hotspot functionality, basically turning your device into a MiFi-style mobile router.

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Motorola Droid hacked – Wi-Fi tethering within reach

Motorola Droid hacked – Wi-Fi tethering within reach

The recently released Motorola Droid is a jack of many trades but unfortunately stops short at the art of wireless tethering.  An online tutorial over at DroidForums has incidentally appeared and evidently reveals how to enable the Wi-Fi tethering functionality on the smartphone.

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Vodafone to sell iPhone in January 2010

Vodafone to sell iPhone in January 2010

Starting January 14th, Vodafone will start selling iPhone in UK. With two years contract and wireless plan that cost £35-a-month, a customer would be able to pickup an iPhone 3G for free. Those who wants the iPhone 3GS, would have to signup for a wireless plan that cost £45-a-month for the 16GB, and £75 a month for the 32GB; same contract length required.

Vodafone limits monthly data transfer to 1GB each month, however it provides unlimited WIFI for its customers. As for users who want to tether their iPhone, Vodafone will charge £5 a month for 500MB data transfer.

[via reghardware]

Verizon confirm tethering for Motorola DROID in early 2010

Verizon's apparent intention to show up AT&T and the iPhone at every turn continues, with the latest snook to be cocked being confirmed tethering for the Verizon DROID by Motorola.  According to the CDMA carrier, early 2010 will see the Verizon Broadband Access Connect plan arrive on the Android slider, likely priced at the usual $15 per month on top of your regular data contract.

iPhone OS 3.1 blocks tethering on all unlocked handsets

Apple's latest iPhone OS, version 3.1, may bring along with it Genius recommendations for applications and ringtone downloads, but it also takes away tethering functionality with non-Apple-partner carriers.  While that may not come as a great surprise, given Apple's dislike of jailbroken and unofficially unlocked iPhones, the new firmware also blocks tethering for those using "official" unlocked handsets.

iPhone OS 3.1 May Finally Bring MMS and Other Things [Updated]

iPhone OS 3.1 May Finally Bring MMS and Other Things [Updated]

There's a lot happening this month, but we're sure you're keeping good tabs on it all. And there's no chance you forgot about Apple's event coming next week, right? Of course not. But, just in case you weren't excited enough already, get ready to have those socks knocked right off your feet. That's right, it may be coming: MMS.

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