Verizon brings you a MiFi for their 4G LTE service, you can have a radio in the shape of a giant LEGO brick, Bridgestone is making their own eReader, and more!
Verizon brings you a MiFi for their 4G LTE service, you can have a radio in the shape of a giant LEGO brick, Bridgestone is making their own eReader, and an RC car powered by aluminum pull-tabs.
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If you want to try out a personal hotspot on Verizon's 4G LTE network, they now have the 4510L MiFi device to get you running at higher speeds when you're out and about.
Love LEGOs and want to have more of them in your life? How about a radio that looks like a giant brick, complete with top studs that work as volume and tuning knobs?
You probably didn't expect an eReader from Bridgestone, but they're working on one, and it's got some interesting new technologies.
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