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Report: Consumers Willing to Pay for Citywide WiFi

An interesting report came across my desk; especially noteworthy in light of the economic conditions plaguing the landscape. According to the "Devicescape Wi-Fi Report" consumers say that they want citywide WiFi and they are willing to pay for it. The official announcement...

Look! Up in the Sky...

It's such a cliché, but I can't help myself.   It's my first Internet experience at 36,000 feet. I sent an e-mail to my brother in law: "You'll never guess where I am right now..." I remember those in-flight phones too, back in...

WiFi Heads Out to Sea

You didn't think I would leave boaters out of today's rash of WiFi/transportation related news did you? The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) announced yesterday that WiFi service was available immediately on eleven MBTA commuter boats, providing customers free connection...

WiFi Takes to the Skies

American Airlines was set to begin testing in-flight WiFi Internet access on two flights today, with broader service expected to begin in the following couple weeks. American's technology partner, Aircell LLC, is expected to charge between $9.95 and $12.95 for...

WiFi Hits the Open Road

Today's LA Times has a story on Chrysler's latest bid to entice more customers to buy its vehicles. The automaker has announced it will offer wireless Internet as an option on all its 2009 models. So if you can't bear...
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