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Caps are nothing new to the world's 3G networks, but T-Mobile's being particularly stingy with the bytes -- 1GB is all you get. Well, technically you can get more than that, but our friends in magenta are reserving the right to throttle you back to a stifling 50Kbps -- virtually useless by smartpho

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What started as a hard 45MHz limit enacted back in 1994 to ensure that there was enough spectrum to go around in every market was first raised, then eliminated, then later changed to a somewhat more toothless guideline used for analyzing proposed mergers, and rural carriers are pretty fired up about

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We guess we all knew this was coming, granted, but it's still a sad day whenever you see another carrier fall to the dreaded \"unlimited\" ambiguity syndrome. Following Verizon's and AT&T's leads, Sprint is the latest to declare that unlimited does not, in fact, mean unlimited when it comes to dat

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Never before has headgear been so intrinsically linked with actual brain waves. Thanks to a team of researchers looking to create a method for \"continuously monitoring high-temporal resolution brain dynamics without requiring conductive gels applied to the scalp,\" a new baseball cap has been created

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They may not be as quick out of the gate as some manufacturers have been with their 3rd gen iPod nano accessories, but the folks at iXoundwear look to have made up for their lateness with sheer dorkiness, today announcing their new line of nano-ready sport caps. As you can see above, the caps will

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Although we sincerely hope your only encounter with a clinical assistant tablet PC comes by way of your occupation, it looks like Motion Computing is busting out a medically-focused device to help the dear LPNs keep things in order for the high-falutin' doctors. The C5 touts a vertically centered d

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Some products are simply doomed to fail before they even hit the market, and the iSoundCap was surely one of those items. Unfortunately Amazingly, the start-up centered around a less-than-fashionable ballcap with an apparently appealing ability to tote your iPod is still alive and well, and is now

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Every once in a while something flies below the Engadget radar, like the supposed hack devised by the Moto modders at MotoModders, which, according to them, raises the cap on some Moto phones with iTunes to 1000 songs. At about 4GB worth of music it doesn't seem like we're gonna get there on MicroS

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