Monday, April 18, 2011

MiFi 4510L 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot

Verizon drops the bomb on its 4G hotspot today with the release of the Novatel Wireless MiFi 4510L 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot. What that all that means is mobile warriors will now be able to enjoy download speeds between 5 to 12Mbps on either their Windows, Mac, or Linux system. Oh don’t worry you AT&T-Mobile and Sprint users, if your smartphone is equipped with 802.11b/g/n, then you can join the download party, too. Speaking of smartphone, LTE’s upload speeds of 2 to 5 Mbps were made for getting some of that just taken video up to YouTube or UStream nice and quick.

The blazing MiFi will give you up to 5 hours of use from its battery and supports all the latest security from WPA2 to VPN pass-through so corporate IT will be happy to issue you one of these puppies.

Small enough to tuck into your pocket but with a screen large enough to give you enough deets as to power, signal strength, and user connectivity, the new MiFi 4510L will set you back $100 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a two-year commitment. Be sure to check out rate plans in the links below.

Press Release
Verizon Wireless and Novatel Wireless (NASDAQ: NVTL) today announced that the award winning MiFi® 4510L 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot that runs on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network is available online today at The MiFi 4510L 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot is the next-generation of the Novatel Wireless MiFi Intelligent Mobile Hotspot, building on innovation and design, proven performance and industry-leading user experience.

The MiFi 4510L allows businesses and consumers to create a personal Wi-Fi cloud capable of sharing the high-speed Internet connectivity of the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE and 3G Mobile Broadband with up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices simultaneously. The 4G LTE MiFi 4510L includes new features, such as an intuitive status display on the device showing signal strength, battery level, roaming and number of connected devices.

Key features:
· 4G LTE – customers can expect download speeds of 5 to 12 Mbps and upload speeds of 2 to 5 Mbps in 4G Mobile Broadband coverage areas
· Backward compatible with the Verizon Wireless 3G network
· Simple one-touch connectivity
· Intuitive eInk® display with status indicators
· Security: WEP/WPA/WPA2 and VPN pass-through support
· Supports Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems
· Advanced integrated antenna technology
· Battery: up to 5 hours usage
· WiFi connectivity: 802.11b/g/n
· Dimensions: 3.74”(H) x 2.36”(W) x 0.53”(D)

Pricing and availability:
· The 4G LTE MiFi 4510L is available today online at and will be in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores on April 21 for $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement on a 4G Mobile Broadband plan.
· 4G LTE Mobile Broadband plans begin at $50 monthly access for 5GB. Customers will receive the rebate in the form of a debit card; upon receipt, customers may use the card as cash anywhere debit cards are accepted. Data usage can be tracked by logging on to My Verizon online at

The Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network, launched in December 2010, is the fastest, most advanced 4G network in the United States, providing speeds up to 10 times faster than Verizon Wireless’ 3G network. Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network currently reaches one-third of all Americans, with plans to expand the network to the company’s entire 3G coverage area over the next three years.

For more information on the MiFi 4510L 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot or other Verizon Wireless products and services, visit a Verizon Wireless Communications Store, call 1-800-2 JOIN IN or go to

Wednesday, April 13, 2011
HARMAN Unveils New JBL On Air™ Wireless AirPlay® Speaker Dock

Harman, aka Harman and Kardon, has just dropped its new JBL speaker dock that fashions such wonderful features as AirPlay support and an LCD display. While some may question the color LCD due to the iPhone or iPod docked just above it, do note that the JBL On Air Wireless also packs in an FM radio (what, no AM? :) ) with RDS and an alarm clock. See, you do need the display.

JBL also relies on the HALO for this new dock sound blaster. HALO, or horizontal acoustic level optimization, “delivers clean, powerful sound that JBL products are known for,” per the press release below.

If you didn’t catch the wireless in the product name, yes, that does mean it has built in Wi-Fi and can connect to your PC or Mac’s iTunes library and stream audio to the JBL directly without the need of your iPhone or iPod, hence the AirPlay.

Grab yours for your Apple beloved device from Best Buy or Apple for a mere $349.99 and fill your bedroom with tunes from your iTunes or iDevice attached player today.

Press Release
HARMAN International Industries, Incorporated (NYSE: HAR), today announced the new JBL On Air™ Wireless AirPlay® speaker dock, the newest in the JBL® lineup to provide music lovers an even more seamless music experience within the home. With AirPlay technology built in, the JBL On Air Wireless lets you play music from your iTunes® library on a Mac or a PC, and from an iPhone®, iPad® or iPod touch® device over your existing Wi-Fi® network. Users will enjoy album artwork and song information on the bright color display, and can use the included remote control to play and pause music, as well as navigate to next and previous tracks. AirPlay requires iTunes 10.1 or later and iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iOS 4.2 or later.

Three advanced JBL transducers deliver rich, full-spectrum sound uniformly across a wide-listening area. Distinct stereo imaging is often less than ideal with desktop sound systems, but the JBL On Air Wireless dock’s unique HALO (horizontal acoustic level optimization) design delivers clean, powerful sound that JBL products are known for. It also employs proprietary JBL technology – digital signal processing – to maximize sound quality and output under any listening conditions.

“Since the unveiling of our very first iPod dock, HARMAN has always been at the forefront of creating the most cutting-edge products for consumers,” said David Slump, president, HARMAN Consumer Division. “With the new JBL On Air Wireless speaker dock, JBL will set the standard again by introducing a solution for music lovers to store, access and listen to their music content for an even greater seamless music experience within the home.”

Pricing and Availability

The JBL On Air Wireless speaker dock will be available in April 2011 for $349 MSRP at Best Buy and Apple online and retail store locations throughout the U.S. To learn more, visit

Product Features

JBL On Air Wireless AirPlay Speaker Dock at a Glance:

· AirPlay wireless music streaming
· Color LCD screen
· Works with Wi-Fi networks
· iPod/iPhone dock
· Digital FM radio with RDS and 10 station presets
· Clock with dual alarms
· Three JBL transducers with 360-degree HALO acoustics
· Proprietary DSP technologies

Monday, January 3, 2011

Cricket Logo

Cricket Communications Inc., a leading provider of innovative and value-driven wireless services and a wholly owned subsidiary of Leap Wireless International, Inc. (NASDAQ:LEAP), today announced it will debut Muve Music, its new wireless rate plan with unlimited music and the new Samsung Suede™ (SCH-r710) mobile phone at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show.

For the first time publicly people will be able to see and experience Muve Music from Cricket – first announced on December 20, 2010 – a new wireless rate plan with unlimited music which has been designed exclusively for the mobile phone and does not require the use of a computer. Muve Music, available on the Samsung Suede, will be on display at CES in a variety of places including:

· CES Unveiled on Tuesday, Jan. 4 from 4 – 7 p.m. at Venetian Ballroom, The Venetian
· Pepcom Digital Experience on Wednesday, Jan. 5 from 7 – 10 p.m. at Caesar’s Palace in the Octavius Ballroom.
· Muve Music Lounge in the Cricket Buzz Suite from Thursday, Jan. 6 – Sunday, Jan. 9 in S210, South Hall, LVCC – regular show hours
· Along the strip and around Las Vegas including nearby Cricket stores

Entertainment Matters

Cricket, along with Variety, is one of the main sponsors of Entertainment Matters, the new International CES® program developed to help entertainment professionals navigate the largest, most influential technology show in the world, through exhibits, conference programs and events critical to the Hollywood community.

Cricket and its Muve Music partners Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, and Samsung will host a session “Muve Music From Cricket – The Business Model” on Friday, Jan. 7 at 4:00 p.m. in Room N250 of the Las Vegas Convention Center, located on the main concourse between the North and Central exhibit halls.

The Muve Music Experience

For just $55 per month, Muve Music customers will get the following features on Cricket’s nationwide 3G network:

· Unlimited nationwide calling
· Unlimited nationwide text, picture & video messaging
· Unlimited global text messaging
· Unlimited 3G mobile Web
· Unlimited email
· Unlimited data back up
· Unlimited video
And for the first time anywhere in the U.S.

· Unlimited full track downloads
· Unlimited ringtones
· Unlimited ringback tones

With Cricket’s Muve Music rate plan, there are no download fees and no monthly music subscriptions. Customers’ data plans will not be impacted by streaming music over the wireless network and customers won’t be required to use a credit card to purchase music. Unlimited Muve Music is included in the flat rate monthly wireless service plan.

Muve Music has a robust catalog of music content which includes the four major record labels: Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, and EMI Music.

For more information about Muve Music visit and for more information about all of Cricket’s products and services, including its dynamic device lineup, please visit


iGrill is doing much more than simply redefining how we cook and grill, it’s changing the way we socialize. iGrill is taking the labor-intensity out of meal preparation and offering back the most valuable commodity of all: Time! Its secure, long-range Bluetooth connection lets you enjoy time with family and friends without compromising the quality of your cuisine!

Finalist for the’s 6th Annual Best of CES 2011 Awards – Innovator of the Year (winner to be announced at CES), iGrill’s Bluetooth-enabled grilling thermometer has garnered the attention of Apple, who choose the product to participate in Apple’s Made For iPod, iPhone, iPad Developers’ Program. Apple saw the potential of a device that is so perfectly paired with their product line and features a seamlessly integrated, feature-rich App. Because of Apple’s open architecture, iDevices was able to develop a free App designed to not only enhance the iGrill experience, but also the cooking experience itself.

iGrill Thermometer Features:
•Bluetooth®-enabled with 200 foot+ range.
•Compatible with iPod touch, iPhone and iPad.
• Features touch interface and projection display.
•Stand-alone thermometer.
•Multi-probe capacity.
•Integrated probe storage.
•Alarm settings.
•Multiple positions for extra flexibility and easy storage: standing, laying and hanging.
•Capable of tracking temperatures up to 400°F (204°C).

iGrill App Features:
•iGrill connectability.
•Food temperature option.
•Multiple-probe support.
•Shows remaining cooking-time.
•Multiple view options.
•Recipe browsing/sharing.
•Kitchen timer.

“We are extremely excited by the launch of iDevices’ first product, iGrill, which is already up for a ‘Best of CES’ Innovator of the Year award,” said Christopher Allen, CEO, iDevices Inc. “iGrill is the first of an entire suite of home and lifestyle oriented products that iDevices will be developing in 2011 to enhance Apple products’ user experience.”

Available through Apple Stores & iGrill Site

Priced at $99.99, iGrill is available immediately through and Apple Stores across North America. It comes with one iGrill probe and display equipped with long-range Bluetooth®, useful Apps, and 4 AA batteries. iGrill is the first in a line of products created by iDevices geared towards the Apple lifestyle
For more information, visit phone: 1-888-WE-iGRILL(1-888-934-4745).

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

fulton innovation logo

Fulton Innovation, the creator and exclusive licensor of eCoupled intelligent wireless power, will be giving visitors to CES a glimpse into the future of wireless power with new and intriguing applications of the technology. The company will be showing wireless power demonstrations in automotive, retail packaging, and consumer devices. A taste of what’s in store for CES attendees can be seen in a video at and more details will be available on December 27th online at

While full details of the demonstrations will not be released until January, the key draw to the booth will be an ultra-high power application of wireless power charging an electric vehicle (EV). The retail packaging demonstration will show a very low cost version of wireless power where the coils and electronics can be printed directly onto the packaging and can drive a number of package features that benefit both manufacturers and consumers alike .

All low-powered demonstrations at the Fulton booth meet the new Qi wireless power standard from the Wireless Power Consortium which was launched in July 2010.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Clear Roof Antenna

As more and more mobile devices become Internet savvy, the demand for true wireless broadband has become great. All the cellular carriers have been making noise of how fast its network are, with the latest horn tooting coming from Verizon with the release of LTE, the so-called 4G broadband, last week. Yet, while Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile, have all been trying to make old phone equipment provide data connectivity at fast speeds, one company has been rolling out a massive wireless broadband campaign of itself for 2010. Clear, the new wireless broadband brand of Clearwire, has been pushing its WiMax, 802.16, technology all over the country. Finishing up a year long expansion here in Sacramento just recently near SvenOnTech headquarters, Clear has already signed up over 2 million customers to it’s 4G offering nationwide. To insure those in California’s state capitol have a good amount of high-speed Internet where ever they may be within the area, Clear has put up 177 towers, like the one pictured here, throughout Sacramento with 300 to be activated in the near future, Amir P. Khorram, General Manager at Clear, told me on a chilly Tuesday morning at Clear’s Sacramento office just blocks from Cal Expo. “Finally something else than Comcast and Surewest,” Khorram told me with smile indicating that customers now can go beyond the local broadband giants. By the end of Clear, “Will have turned up 45 cities in 2010,” Debra Havins, PR Manager at Clearwire, told me over an email. With just a few weeks left in the year, Havins refined, “We have three more to go: SF, Denver & Bridgeport, CT,” making the 45 cities for the year. Besides Sacramento, some of the largest cities lit up this year consisted of: Washington DC, Boston, LA, Minneapolis, Miami, NYC, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Salt Lake City, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Nashville and Houston. Clearly, a large array of geography of 4G.

Khorram invited me to the top of Clear’s building on Howe to take a firsthand look at what makes Clear work. Overlooking the Arden section of Sacramento with Downtown easily in eyes reach, Clear’s Ric Karau, Lead Field Technician, showed off the directional antennas mounted on three separate panels across the four-story buildings roof. Khorram explained that these antennas, linked to a nearby wire cabinet, can literally be set up in hours expanding Clear’s 4G network much quicker than a cellular carrier could ever hope to produce. When Karau showed off the wire cabinet (pictured below,) I was impressed by the set up. Packed with a couple of batteries for about 4 hours of power – more than enough time to set up temporary generators – both Ethernet and fiber switches, and a log book, Clear isn’t skimming on the equipment. While simple in words, the technology is nothing short of top-notch and powerful. Unlike the cellular networks, Clear’s 4G network never succumbs to user overload slowing the users bandwidth. In other words, it doesn’t matter if one or one hundred people are on the 4G network, everyone connected will enjoy the same quick speed between 3 to 6 Mbps (on average) with bursts beyond 10 Mbps. Clear is able to one-up Verizon and its LTE operating on the, “2.5 GHz band and we have more than 120 megahertz of spectrum per market in that band, more than any other wireless carrier,” Havins explained. While Verizon has just announced and started its 4G roll-out, Clear will, again, finish the year with 45 cities already streaming Netflix, Hulu, and the Pittsburgh Steelers game from (What, not everyone is a Steelers fan like me? ;) )

Clear Wire Closet

Wire Cabinet (Click for Full Size)

I had an opportunity to test the 4G network with Sierra Wireless’ USB multi-band modem. The modem changes seamlessly to 3G if a 4G signal can not be found. Through partnership with Sprint, Clear can diversify its reach to areas that yet have to become bathed in real broadband coverage. As I drove south on California Highway 99 from Cal Expo, the signal was spotty at times. Once I crossed US 50, however, I had 75% or more 4G signal all the way to Elk Grove’s first exit south of Elk Grove Blvd. In my tests ( result) in strong 4G areas, I easily neared 10 Mbps time after time. When I was at 75% or less, the speeds were closer to 2 Mbps. Uploads never topped 1 Mbps which is the only area Verizon’s LTE trumps Clear with 3 – 5 Mbps upload speeds.

I spoke to Khorram about Clearwire’s earlier issues with blocking VoIP and other ports related to bandwidth leeching such as bittorrent to which he responded that Clear does not block any ports. Users both mobile and home can enjoy true broadband speeds without a wires. Sadly, the cellular industry finds the new market of mobile broadband as an opportunity to make gobs of money with tricks of monthly caps and high prices for exceeding the ceiling. Thankfully, Clear is taking a different route with charging only $45 per month for unlimited bandwidth. While this is at about the cost of cable or DSL, there is no one offering such rates for wireless at these speeds. You can’t take your cable or DSL box on the road on your family vacation and continue to enjoy quick Internet surfing in the hotel, avoiding costly and slow connections there, as you can with one of Clear’s many portable modem offerings. To me, Clear really is really the only choice for your mobile and home user outside of cable and DSL reach. I’m not the only one that thinks Clear has a big future as Clearwire was named “The Top 10 Richest Venture-Backed Companies Of All Time” by the Wall Street Journal in June of this year raising $1,299.50 million dollars since 2003. That’s more than double the worlds most popular web destination Facebook and nearly twice that of economy cellular carrier MetroPCS Communications. It seems there are many in the financial world that believe Clearwire is a hot ticket. Those of us in the in tech field love the added competition since the cellular world acts much like airline industry coping each others rates thus creating an oligopoly. I know that I am very excited about Clear and feel that there finally is a real wireless broadband answer. Clearly, Clear has made it’s mark.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Verizon LTE Marketing Video with iPhone 4

Verizon Wireless today announced it’s faster service LTE, Long Term Evolution, capable of reaching download speeds of 12 Mbps and uploading up to 5 Mbps. This new wireless broadband will free many users to not only view HD content on portable devices such as phones and laptops but also upload high-def material right from a phone or other device. This is a leap for mobile broadband as all carriers limit uploads to or under 1 Mbps. Coupled with half the latency of 3G networks, Verizon’s LTE will be a welcomed improvement to mobile broadband.

Verizon showcases its new announcement with a video explaining all the bells and whistles of LTE but it is at the 2:35 mark (view) of the video that is of interest. Lindsay Notwell, Executive Director, 4G LTE Startegy and Planning, talks about “connected cars” with a video shot of an iPhone 4 running onStar’s app. Now while this could be just a still shot pulled from GMs site and nothing more than that, wouldn’t Verizon at least wish to show off one of its phones? With the ability of any phone to connect to a FordSync equipped vehicle, for example, Verizon could have easily picked up on some Ford marketing for a shot to better fit the Verizon Wireless line of handsets. Instead, the hottest smartphone on the market only available on its competitor network was shown. Mmmm.

So, is this just a mere oversight on Verizon or a hint that the iPhone 4 is just around the corner? I believe this is just another tea leave exposing that indeed, Verizon and Apple will be soon announcing the iPhone 4 coming to the largest network in the United States. My guess is we will Steve Jobs pulling his infamous One More Thing at the iPad 2G announcement and bring out on stage Verizon’s CEO Ivan Seidenberg to make the announcement this January.

Yes, the new year is looking mighty good.


Verizon Wireless announced today it is turning on the world’s first large-scale 4G LTE network on Sunday, Dec. 5. Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network will be the fastest and most advanced 4G network in America. Business users will be the first to take advantage of the 4G LTE network with speeds up to 10 times faster than the company’s 3G network.

With the launch, Verizon Wireless is also offering new value-priced 4G LTE Mobile Broadband data plans starting at $50 monthly access for 5 GB monthly allowance, as well as two new 4G LTE USB modems: the LG VL600 which will be available at launch, and the Pantech UML290, available soon.

Dan Mead, president and chief executive officer of Verizon Wireless, said, “Beginning Sunday, Verizon Wireless is making the best network even better. Our initial 4G LTE launch gives customers access to the fastest and most advanced mobile network in America and immediately reaches more than one-third of all Americans, right where they live. That’s just the start. We will quickly expand 4G LTE, and by 2013 will reach the existing Verizon Wireless 3G coverage area.”

Road warriors using laptops will immediately benefit from Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network with super-fast connectivity that’s up to 10 times faster than the company’s current 3G network. The company expects 4G LTE average data rates in real-world, loaded network environments to be 5 to 12 megabits per second (Mbps) on the downlink and 2 to 5 Mbps on the uplink.

Mead continued, “We are building our 4G LTE network with the same commitment to performance and reliability for which we have long been recognized. Our commitment to superior network performance, combined with broad 4G coverage areas and the strong value of our data plans make 4G LTE Mobile Broadband the best choice for laptop users.”

4G LTE Mobile Broadband Data Plans, Devices and Coverage Areas
Verizon Wireless customers can choose from two 4G LTE Mobile Broadband data plans: $50 monthly access for 5 GB monthly allowance or $80 monthly access for 10 GB monthly allowance, both with $10/GB overage. For laptop connectivity, two 4G LTE USB modems will be initially available: the LG VL600 is available at launch and the Pantech UML290 will be available soon, each $99.99 after $50 rebate with a new two-year agreement. Both USB modems provide backward-compatibility with Verizon Wireless’ 3G network. If laptop users travel outside of a 4G LTE coverage area, they will automatically stay connected on the company’s 3G network.

The two modems harness the power of the company’s 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network to help enterprise, business and government customers make their workforces more productive, providing super-fast laptop connectivity. Both modems will be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores, online at, by phone by calling 1-800 256-4646 and through the company’s business sales channels.

The company expects consumer-oriented handsets will be available by mid-2011.

Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network is initially launching in 38 major metropolitan areas and in more than 60 commercial airports coast to coast – at both airports within the launch areas plus airports in other key cities. Street level coverage area maps will be available online on Dec. 5. Today, customers can go to to check if their addresses will be in the initial 4G LTE coverage area.

Spectrum and Network Partners
By leveraging its 700 MHz spectrum for LTE deployment in the United States, Verizon Wireless is capable of quickly deploying a high-quality wireless broadband network with excellent coverage. Verizon Wireless’ primary 4G LTE network vendors, Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent, are providing the underlying infrastructure for the 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network.

Visit for more information about Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network.

Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Initial Major Metropolitan Area Deployment (Dec. 5, 2010)
Akron, Ohio
Athens, Georgia
Atlanta, Georgia
Baltimore, Maryland
Boston, Massachusetts
Charlotte, North Carolina
Chicago, Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex, Dallas, Texas
Denver, Colorado
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Houston, Texas
Jacksonville, Florida
Las Vegas, Nevada
Los Angeles, California
Miami, Florida
Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minnesota
Nashville, Tennessee
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York, New York
Oakland, California
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Orlando, Florida
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phoenix, Arizona
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Rochester, New York
San Antonio, Texas
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
San Jose, California
Seattle/Tacoma, Washington
St. Louis, Missouri
Tampa, Florida
Washington, D.C.
West Lafayette, Indiana
West Palm Beach, Florida

Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Initial Commercial Airport Deployment (Airport Name, City, State) Dec. 5, 2010
Austin-Bergstrom International, Austin, Texas
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshal, Glen Burnie, Maryland
Bob Hope, Burbank, California
Boeing Field/King County International, Seattle, Washington
Charlotte/Douglas International, Charlotte, North Carolina
Chicago Midway International, Chicago, Illinois
Chicago O’Hare International, Chicago, Illinois
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International, Covington, Kentucky
Cleveland-Hopkins International, Cleveland, Ohio
Dallas Love Field, Dallas, Texas
Dallas/Fort Worth International, Fort Worth, Texas
Denver International, Denver, Colorado
Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
George Bush Intercontinental/Houston, Houston, Texas
Greater Rochester International, Rochester, New York
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Atlanta, Georgia
Honolulu International, Honolulu, Hawaii
Jacksonville International, Jacksonville, Florida
John F. Kennedy International, New York, New York
John Wayne Airport-Orange County, Santa Ana, California
Kansas City International, Kansas City, Missouri
La Guardia, New York, New York
Lambert-St. Louis International, St. Louis, Missouri
Laurence G. Hanscom Field, Bedford, Massachusetts
Long Beach/Daugherty Field, Long Beach, California
Los Angeles International, Los Angeles, California
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International, Metairie, Louisiana
McCarran International, Las Vegas, Nevada
Memphis International, Memphis, Tennessee
Metropolitan Oakland International, Oakland, California
Miami International, Miami, Florida
Minneapolis-St. Paul International/Wold-Chamberlain, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Nashville International, Nashville, Tennessee
New Castle, Wilmington, Delaware
Newark Liberty International, Newark, New Jersey
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International, San Jose, California
North Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
Orlando International, Orlando, Florida
Orlando Sanford International, Sanford, Florida
Palm Beach International, West Palm Beach, Florida
Philadelphia International, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Phoenix Sky Harbor International, Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway, Mesa, Arizona
Pittsburgh International, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Port Columbus International, Columbus, Ohio
Portland International, Portland, Oregon
Rickenbacker International, Columbus, Ohio
Ronald Reagan Washington National, Arlington, Virginia
Sacramento International, Sacramento, California
Salt Lake City International, Salt Lake City, Utah
San Antonio International, San Antonio, Texas
San Diego International, San Diego, California
San Francisco International, San Francisco, California
Seattle-Tacoma International, Seattle, Washington
St. Augustine, Saint Augustine, Florida
St. Petersburg-Clearwater International, Clearwater, Florida
Tampa International, Tampa, Florida
Teterboro, Teterboro, New Jersey
Trenton Mercer, Trenton, New Jersey
Washington Dulles International, Dulles International Airport, Washington, D.C.
Will Rogers World, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
William P. Hobby, Houston, Texas

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Check out our video review of the all new Sonos Wireless Dock 100 and see how you can play Apple’s FairPlay protected content on any Sonos system.

Sunday, November 14, 2010
clear logo

Clearwire Corporation, a leading provider of wireless broadband services and operator of the first 4G network in the country, today announced the availability of CLEAR® 4G, take-it-with-you internet service for businesses and consumers in Sacramento. With CLEAR, anyone can now use the internet at speeds four times faster than 3G* – whether at home, in the office, or on-the-go within CLEAR coverage.

In Sacramento, CLEAR covers nearly 1.2 million people. Regionally, service extends out to Davis to the West, to Elk Grove in the South, to Roseville/Folsom out to the East and Natomas to the North. A detailed coverage map of CLEAR 4G service is available at

“Whether as a critical link for the Pony Express or for the first transcontinental railroad, Sacramento has long been at the forefront of this country’s ever-growing need to communicate. With today’s launch, Sacramento reinforces its historical position as a communications hub and becomes the anchor to Clearwire’s 4G network in the Central Valley,” said Allan Lamb, regional general manager for CLEAR. “For the first time, capital city consumers are able to access the content they normally enjoy at home or work wirelessly around Sacramento at an affordable price and without data limits.”

For a limited time, new customers can take advantage of CLEAR’s online-only mobile internet promotion to receive a 50% discount on their service plan for the first two months, with overnight shipping included and no activation fee. This promotion is available at