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Daily reporting about Wi-Fi and other wireless data, including hotspots, home networks, commuter Wi-Fi, and in-flight Internet.
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Taco Bell Refries Wi-FI
Taco Bell will add free Wi-Fi and entertainment systems to its 5,600 US stores: I've been wondering for years, as loyal readers know, why McDonald's was the only of the large quick-service restaura...
Boingo Adds Gogo Support
There's no discount, but you can use your Boingo account to pay for in-flight Internet: This is a nice move, long expected, which links up two popular offerings for business travelers. Boingo has a...
Cablevision Bumps Wi-Fi Speed Significantly
Cablevision's member-only Optimum WiFi service now offers up to 15 Mpbs down and 4 Mbps up: The network is free to Cablevision's broadband subscribers, and restricted to them, although the firm als...
AT&T Gives Free Wi-Fi to 20 New York Parks
This comes years after varying plans and bidding proposals that didn't work: AT&T is paying for the cost of installing and operating Wi-Fi in 20 parts in the five boroughs of New York City, includin...
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Cost of bringing fiber to your home
James Enck mentions on his blog that there are estimates which say that the "underlying monthly cost of a FTTH...
Intel likes McCain-Lautenberg municipal broadband bill
Intel has come out publicly in favor of the McCain-Lautenberg bill: "Intel believes the Lautenberg-McCain bill strikes an appropriate balance...
EU opens up 5 GHz frequencies to unlicensed use
The European Union has finally opened up 5 Ghz frequencies (5159-5350 MHz and 5470-5725 MHz) to unlicensed indoor and outdoor...
Port of Rotterdam goes fiber and wireless
The Port of Rotterdam has issued a request for proposals for two overlapping networks: a fiber optic network (155 km...
Lafayette says yes to fiber
Lafayette, Louisiana voters said yes to the city's fiber to the home project. With a 27% turnout, 12290 (62%) voted...
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