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It won’t be enough to cancel out the Engadget editor using in-flight WiFi to upload photo galleries (sorry, guys), but it should make web surfing from coach a little less tedious. United has just announced that it will be upgrading its Gogo in-air WiFi service to take advantage of Gogo’s enhanced ATG-4 service, which promises to bump speeds from the current 3.1 Mbps to 9.8 Mbps using directional antennae, dual modems and EV-DO Rev. B. Before you get too excited, though, keep in mind that United has so far only committed to retrofitting its premium service fleet, which includes 13 planes that fly between New York’s JFK and either LAX or SFO.
The crew of carriers that have been allowed to sell the iPhone has been growing steadily over the past few months, but today’s announcement from Cricket Communications wasn’t one most us expected to see any time soon.
They revealed earlier this morning that they will start selling the iPhone 4 and 4S sans contract starting on June 22, making them the first prepaid carrier in the country to do so.
If you’re not terribly familiar with Cricket or their plans, I can’t blame you — with roughly 7 million users, they’re the seventh largest wireless carrier in the United States behind the Big 4, MetroPCS, and U.S. Cellular. Nevertheless, they hope to rope budget-conscious customers in by offering the iPhones with their $ 55 Unlimited plan, though there’s a catch. Users will only be able to use 2.3GB of data bandwidth at full speed before getting throttled.
Of course, when it comes to buying prepaid, the hardware is much more expensive since there’s no hefty subsidy to take the sting out of the price tag. In this case, an 8GB iPhone 4 will set customers back $ 399, while the 16GB iPhone 4S can be had for $ 499. Sadly, there’s no sign of the 32GB model anywhere, so people who take the plunge may have to be more thoughtful about what they throw on their new device.
Nabbing the iPhone may seem like a coup especially for a carrier like Cricket, but rumors of the iPhone making its way to a prepaid provider have been brewing for years now. The prime suspect for a while was Sprint-owned Virgin Mobile, which makes sense considering the relationship we now know Apple and Sprint had at the time, but Cricket and parent company Leap Wireless seem to have been a more receptive target.
Question by yomommasucksatlife: Will the Droid Xyboard (Xoom 2) Have a Wifi-Only Version in the United States? I am really interested in buying the Droid Xyboard, better known as the Xoom 2. I know that Verizon is releasing it tomorrow; however, since I will not be using it anywhere that does not have Wifi, I was wondering if there will be a Wifi-Only Version. So far, I only know of the Wifi version to be in the UK, but will it make it to the US?
Thanks In Advanced!!
Answer by ozzydarkman312I’m asking myself the same question, and from my research I would say yes, just not sure when. When Motorola released the Xoom back in February it was a 3G only device. One month later in March they released a Wifi only version for a cheaper price (not sure on the prices). So it would be safe to assume that they will in fact release a Wifi only version sometime in the near future (possibly early January, or if we are lucky a late december addition, maybe even right before Christmas, but it looks more like the later than the sooner). Another option which I have looked into is ordering one from the UK and having it shipped to America. The cheapest I have found is 329 pounds, which converts roughly to 500 American, plus about 20-30 for shipping (go to motorola’s website and click on xoom 2, and then theres a link for “where to buy” or something like that). So that puts it at around the same price as the Ipad 2.
Hope this helps and good luck because I am looking for the same thing =)
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Question by random kid: What is the cost to ship an iPad from the united states to switzerland? I have to ship and ipad 2 with a smart cover from portland oregon to zurich switzerland. How much will this cost?
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While the idea of a reunited Korea is one that never dies, it’s also one that seems rather unlikely in the short term. Well thanks to the work of augmented reality artist Mark Skwarek, tourists and South Korean nationals are afforded a glimpse of what was, and someday may be.
Mark’s Layar-powered Korean Unification Project “tries to heal the scars left by years of conflict in the Korean peninsula by removing the Korean Demilitarized Zone [DMZ] and returning it to its natural state before Korea was divided.” Smartphone and tablet users can go to one of two (for now) viewing locations and fire up the application for a look around. They’ll be treated to images of a landscape that, thanks to its use of erasAR, erases the signs of separation (think barriers, walls, weapons, the works) between the two countries.
That it only works at a few locations along the North/South border is lamentable, but it’s a truly novel idea. I imagine (or at least hope) that it will get a lot of mileage out of the younger set, not because of any particular political leanings but because it illustrates a part of history that otherwise wouldn’t have existed outside of textbooks. At the very least, I hope it inspires some intrepid youth to write some decent alternate history fiction.
In case you aren’t due to fly out to South Korea any time soon, here’s a video that should approximate the experience:
Hey, there little guy! That’s the Toshiba AC100 — an Android 2.1 smartbook with Toshiba’s custom user interface — on show in the UK, where you can now grab one up. The 10.1-inch, 1.9-pounder has yet to show its face anywhere near the US, but as for specs it’s got a 1GHz Tegra 250 SoC, a 32GB SSD, 512MB of DDR2 memory, 802.11n WiFi, optional 3G, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, a 1.3 megapixel webcam, and an HDMI port. While it’s listed on Amazon you still can’t actually order one of these bad boys stateside, but if you’re in the UK, you can grab one up for £292.52 (almost $450) for the non-3G model. Video of the little guy in action back in June is below.
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Apparently Zune HD head Dave McLauchlan has been making deals with studios to get tons of movies ready for viewing so that you can do more than stare out your window on flights. 500 Zunes are being provided for long-haul flights to Hong Kong and Australia.
They will preload the devices with exclusive content, including movies that haven’t yet made it to a DVD release. The Zune HDs in question will now been encased in rubber, with their screens protected, and batteries charged.
We might see more Zunes on flights after this.
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Microsoft and United hooked up back in June for a hardware-less Zune partnership, which seems to have turned out pretty sweetly for both parties. Dave McLauchlan, chief Zune HD evangelist, has dished the news that the two companies are stepping up their relationship with a set of 500 Zunes being provided for long-haul flights to Hong Kong and Australia. Before you cry foul and say you never get on a flying tin can without your own media, Microsoft’s angle here will be to preload those OLED-sporting babies with exclusive content, including flicks that haven’t yet made it to a DVD release. Dave himself has been running around movie studios and closing deals, while the Zune HDs in question have now been encased in rubber, had their screens protected, and batteries charged. See them in a group shot after the break.
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