NewsFactor – If you have broadband DSL or cable service in your home or business, but 3G reception is lousy, AT&T has a new product that might help. The company has announced a trial of its 3G MicroCell, a mini-cellular tower that turns an existing broadband Internet line into 3G.
Archive for September 22nd, 2009
PC World – The Indian government has asked mobile service providers not to allow calls on their networks from mobile phones without proper International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) numbers from Dec. 1, citing security reasons.
AFP – A Thai teacher faces prosecution after cellphone footage showed him beating a pupil and slamming the boy’s head into a whiteboard for forgetting his textbook, officials and reports said Tuesday.
AT&T began selling the MicroCell — a device that boosts indoor cellular and 3G data coverage — in Charlotte as its first test trial of femtocell technology.
U.S. regulators unveiled new proposals aimed at ensuring that wireless carriers wouldn’t block certain types of Internet traffic flowing over their networks.