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Wi-Fi flows freely, but it costs

First, the good news: wireless connectivity truly is moving quickly to ubiquity. Traveling across Europe these past two weeks, my daily dose of broadband has been, exclusively, a Wi-Fi connection. I'd venture to say that hotels throughout Europe are more likely to offer broadband wireless than hotels in the U.S.

I'm not just talking fancy properties o......

Full article >>> fference between expensive and free access was simply a walk across the hotel lobby. In one corner of the hotel, I had the privilege of paying about $10/hour for a Wi-Fi connection. But cross the lobby to the hotel's breakfast room and free Wi-Fi filled the air, presumably from one of the apartments or small businesses across the narrow street. You can guess which network I borrowed during my retu......

Full article >>> s DEMO Conferences, Editor of DEMOletter and a technology industry analyst for nearly 20 years. She can be reached at chris@demo.com. Shipley, has covered the personal technology business since 1984 and is regarded as one of the top analysts covering the technology industry today. Shipley has worked as a writer and editor for variety of technology consumer magaz......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 12/01/04


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