TapRoot Systems says its WalkingHotSpot software will let you use a 3G, Wi-Fi-enabled Windows Mobile or Symbian Series 60 handset as a Wi-Fi hot spot.
Got a 3G smartphone with Wi-Fi? Then you might be soon be able to use it as a Wi-Fi hotspot for connecting your notebook or any other Wi-Fi enabled device to the Internet.
North Carolina-based TapRoot Systems today announced its WalkingHotSpot software, designed to effectively turn a Wi-Fi- and mobile broadband-enabled handset into a Wi-Fi router. At launch, WalkingHotSpot will be available only for Windows Mobile or Symbian Series 60 smartphones.
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