Google Internet Booth

You may have seen an Intel WiFi demo area at an airport or in some major metropolitan areas. Microsoft too has set up these areas for people to come and use WiFi while simultaneously learning about the company’s products and services.

Bearing this in mind it might not be so surprising to hear Google too has set up such areas in the Heathrow Airport in London. Since Google now gets the opportunity to see their customers live they can ask questions and take surveys. For example, they can find out what people do when they travel. Are they productive?

The results of Google’s survey shows the average airline passenger wastes a day’s holiday a year waiting around in airports, some nine hours in total.

Chief among passengers’ interests if they had internet access is to find out more about their destination (71 per cent), while a quarter wanted to fire off last minute emails and a fifth wanted to pay bills. Full story.

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