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Mobile Broadband

Unboxing Go Baby Mobile 3G mobile broadband dongle dock

If you already have a 3G, 3.5G or 4G broadband dongle the Go Baby Mobile Dongle Dock allows you to set up a password protected wifi hotspot just about anywhere and share your dongle internet connection with up to 50 users wirelessly. You can also use the dongle dock to link via an ethernet cable to your gaming devices like an XBox.

Just plug in ANY USB Modem (dongle) from ANY NETWORK into the Go Baby Mobile Dongle Dock to create a mobile access point with encrypted wireless connectivity. The Dongle Dock supports all UK dongles and over 300 models worldwide so you can use it when you’re away on business or holiday in the UK or abroad. You can even have a mobile wifi hotspot in your own car whilst on the move. As it says on the box, the Go Baby Mobile Dongle Dock give you in car broadband for the whole family with Any Dongle and Any Network. You can take it everywhere.

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Mobile Broadband

Monmouth, Wales world’s first Wikipedia town, covered in QR codes

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Wikipedia branched out into the real world with a project titled “Monmouthpedia” that went live in Monmouth, Wales on Saturday after six months of planning.

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Monmouth is now a “Wikipedia town,” which means it’s riddled with QR codes that bring information to smartphone users with the click of a button. Monmouth, birthplace of King Henry V, is the first town to play host to project, hence the title, “Monmouthpedia.”

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said he was excited about the project. “Bringing a whole town to life on Wikipedia is something new and is a testament to the forward-thinking people of Monmouth,” raved Wales.

The QR codes are printed on long-lasting plaques to ensure they’ll be around for a while. Wikipedia will be using QRpedia, a mobile Web based system that uses QR codes to deliver Wikipedia articles to users. As articles can be instantly edited and updated, some believe this will be a good replacement for tour guides and maps.

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Mobile Office

Car Mobile Office

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