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    1. Free WiFi Headed To 40 More Subway Stations

      Explore Gothamist (Oct 16 2014)

      Free WiFi Headed To 40 More Subway Stations

      You'll soon be able to refresh your Gmail and post a photo to Instagram (or email a tip to Gothamist) a little more easily during your subway commute: The MTA and Transit Wireless are announcing that 40 more subway stations will be wired for WiFi service.

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    2. Du to provide free Wi-Fi in Dubai and Abu Dhabi [TeleGeography CommsUpdate]

      Explore tmcnet.com (Oct 14 2014)

      ...Du to provide free Wi - Fi in Dubai and Abu Dhabi [TeleGeography CommsUpdate] TMCNet: Du to provide free Wi - Fi in Dubai and Abu Dhabi ...

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    3. Hotel WiFi Test Ranks Hotels by WiFi Happiness

      Explore PR Newswire (Oct 14 2014)

      NEW YORK, October 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hotel WiFi Test introduces the WiFi Happiness ranking, which has been designed to be the all-in-one criterion for choosing a hotel with the best WiFi. Now travelers won't need to balance different WiFi characteristics when choosing a hotel. They...

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    4. Christchurch Hospital trials free WiFi

      Explore New Zealand & World News (Oct 13 2014)

      Christchurch Hospital's now offering free WiFi to patients and visitors as part of a six month trial.

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    5. Free WiFi connection at parks, beaches in Dubai

      Explore en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com (Oct 13 2014)

      Free WiFi connection at parks, beaches in Dubai

      Dubai Municipality says 17 sites including parks, beaches and municipality centres, will have free public WiFi in the initial phase within 6 months.

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    6. How one airport is using technology to overhaul the passenger experience

      Explore Tnooz (Oct 10 2014)

      How one airport is using technology to overhaul the passenger experience

      Customer feedback is important, and recent survey highlighted some issues with SFO's wifi provision. Although WiFi has been free throughout the airport for over five years, customers were required to “jump through too many hoops” in order to access it.

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    7. Greyhound introduces new Wi-Fi platform

      Explore Amarillo Globe (Oct 10 2014)

      The experience of purchasing a ticket and riding on a Greyhound bus has been made easier with the launch of its updated website and new onboard Wi-Fi platform. Greyhound has launched a new onboard Wi-Fi platform that allows customers to stay socially ...

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    8. Put down that shotgun: Wi-Fi's the way to beat Zombies

      Explore The Register (Oct 10 2014)

      Put down that shotgun: Wi-Fi's the way to beat Zombies

      CreepyDOL sensors can pick walkers from humans with MAC snack attack When the zombie apocalypse strikes, your saviour will be 802.11x, not Rick Grimes , hacker Tim Fowler says.…

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    9. Free Wifi spots launched in Hitech city

      Explore The Hindu (Oct 10 2014)

      Free Wifi spots launched in Hitech city

      Net lovers in the city can surf free now with the Government launching ‘Public Wi-fi’ in association with Bharti Airtel at 17 spots in the Hitech city area. Launching the initiative, Ministe...

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    10. Wi-Fi roaming facilitated by new Passpoint features

      Explore Mobile Technology (Oct 9 2014)

      Wi-Fi roaming facilitated by new Passpoint features

      The Wi-Fi Alliance has enhanced Passpoint, the multi-vendor standard for seamless identification and authentication of Wi-Fi hotspots. Service providers can now distribute their specific subscriber policies, such as which networks to join and in what order of preference. In addition, users can more easily create a new account at the point of access, which should encourage more use of Passpoint-enabled hotspots.

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    11. Wi-Fi a hit with Major League Baseball's marketing machine

      Explore fiercewireless.com (Oct 8 2014)

      Wi-Fi a hit with Major League Baseball's marketing machine

      Major League Baseball wants every stadium to have Wi-Fi by opening day of the 2015 season--but maybe not for the usual reasons. In a twist to the traditional model, the league says it really wants to provide Wi-Fi to its customers so they can do the marketing for them.

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    12. WiFi calling

      Explore ketknbc.com (Oct 8 2014)

      Since cell phones first hit the market, wireless carriers have been competing to offer better coverage. 0 0 read more

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    13. Free WiFi service at MRT stations 'well-received': MOT

      Explore Channel NewsAsia (Oct 8 2014)

      Free WiFi service at MRT stations 'well-received': MOT

      There are more than 145,000 users of the free WiFi service as of today, says Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Transport Associate Professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim.

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    14. Review: The Key to Wi-Fi Calling On T-Mobile's Uncarrier 7 Program

      Explore Fool.com (Oct 7 2014)

      Review: The Key to Wi-Fi Calling On T-Mobile's Uncarrier 7 Program

      Under the Wi-Fi Un-leashed moniker, T-Mobile says that all smartphones available today will support routing voice calls over Wi-Fi networks when available. T-Mobile is an old hand at Wi-Fi calling, having introduced the technology way back in 2007, but the ...

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    15. Vietnam airport offers free wifi, resumes sleeping pods

      Explore Vietnam latest news (Oct 5 2014)

      Vietnam airport offers free wifi, resumes sleeping pods

      Meanwhile, the airport has supplied free wifi at the terminal and furnishing an additional of 500 trolleys to serve increasing passengers. Earlier on July 22, Noi Bai became the first airport in Vietnam to supply nap pods that allow flyers to get some sleep before ...

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    16. Telstra's Wi-Fi land grab

      Explore Australian Business News (Oct 5 2014)

      Telstra's Wi-Fi land grab

      The technology involved in turning payphones into Wi-Fi hotspots (using indoor access points buried in the hood of the payphones or directional antennae's to cover a larger range) is relatively simple. And there are numerous overseas templates for Telstra to ...

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    17. Downtown Cedar Rapids to get Wi-Fi network [The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa]

      Explore tmcnet.com (Oct 2 2014)

      ...Downtown Cedar Rapids to get Wi - Fi network [The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa] TMCNet: Downtown Cedar Rapids to get Wi - Fi network [The Gazette, Cedar Rapids ...

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    18. Getting Connected - Free Wi-Fi for Lower Price Hill another step toward empowerment

      Explore CityBeat (Oct 1 2014)

      Getting Connected - Free Wi-Fi for Lower Price Hill another step toward empowerment

      The hotspots provide free Wi-Fi for the entirety of Lower Price Hill courtesy of a partnership between Symmes Township tech company Powernet and Cincinnati Public Schools.

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    19. Europe, U.K. trying to lead race to 5G

      Explore Mobile Technology (Oct 1 2014)

      Europe, U.K. trying to lead race to 5G

      Although Europe lags other regions in 4G-LTE adoption, the region is pushing hard to develop 5G. Of all the countries involved, it seems the U.K. is pushing the hardest.

      The country recently hosted the “5G Huddle” conference, following a pledge by flamboyant London mayor Boris Johnson that his city would deploy the world’s first major 5G network by 2020. Johnson also promised Londoners they’d be able to download a movie to their mobile phones in less than a second.

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    20. San Francisco officially launches free wireless service in 32 public spaces

      Explore San Francisco Examiner (Oct 1 2014)

      San Francisco officially launches free wireless service in 32 public spaces

      by Joshua Sabatini San Francisco is officially rolling out free Wi-Fi service in 32 public parks and recreation centers today, in a step toward a larger vision of making Internet service for residents a right and not a luxury. Funded through a $600,000 gift from Google to The City last year, the Department of Technology spent the past year installing and testing the networks that city officials ...

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