Using your Rover Hub

Lookin’ into replacing your home modem & getting a new ISP? The Rover Hub is a great option if you want super fast speeds but aren’t into commitment. You get unlimited 4G but only have to pay for it when you want it – just $5/day, $20/week or $50/month. Check out these demo videos to see what you’ll get when you buy a Rover Hub:

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What is the Internet?!

“And then it sounded stupid when I said it, ‘violence at NBC.’”

You probably saw this hilarious clip from a 1994 episode of the Today Show last week but did you hear the LAME news that the guy who put it up got fired? Bummer huh? NBC must not realize we just love seeing how far we’ve come. No harm in that, right?

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Facebook Games

Are you surprised at all that Facebook games like FarmVille and CityVille are rakin’ it in like this? They’re making more money than Madden NFL & Halo Reach!

Kinda wonder if the next generation of kids will even game offline…what do you think?

via Gizmodo

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Using Your Rover Puck

We just made some awesome new demo videos for the Rover Puck, Hub & Stick so that you guys can get a better idea of what you get with each of them. There are three videos for each device: a First Look, an Activation demo, and an example of how you can use the device. You can see them all on our YouTube channel, but we’ll show you the three Rover Puck videos here to give you an idea of what they’re all like.

1. Rover Puck First Look

2. Rover Puck Activation

3. Rover Puck Demo

 

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‘Like’ T-Pain’s new tattoo?

We’re not even sure what to say about this one. Is it clever or just plain ridiculous?

As Adrian Chen explains on Giz: he’ll “be forced to spend his 70s and 80s explaining to young people what his tattoo means, after Facebook is replaced with cranial implants.”

 

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It’s a trap!

via Gizmodo

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iPhone Tethering Alternative

You’ve of course heard the big news that Verizon will finally be carrying the iPhone and that within the next couple months the phone will also function as a hotspot. The idea of turning your phone into a hotspot is old news for all of you that already have hotspot-capable phones, but so is the realization that a smartphone doesn’t make that great of a wireless hotspot!

Before you shell out that extra $20 a month to your provider for iPhone tethering check out this article in BNET about the Smarter, Cheaper Alternative to iPhone Tethering: getting an actual mobile hotspot device. It goes into the various reasons (price, share-ability, battery life and more) why reconsidering that tethering charge is better for your wallet & your smartphone.

 

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