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UK Data Demand May Overflow Networks by 2020

So high is the demand for data from cellular and Wi-Fi providers in the UK that a new report has outlined the possibility that networks in Britain will be overloaded with signals by 2020. A new report by leading wireless consultancy firm Real Wireless has outlined information about how this issue may begin to affect Full Article

Bloomberg Reveals Wi-Fi Plans for Harlem

New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has revealed himself in the past to be a strong supporter for the spread of free internet connectivity and technology, helping the spread ...Full Article

San Francisco Gets a Taste of Free Wi-Fi

It seems that the City by the Bay is the next in the growing list of cities to invest in a major public Wi-Fi network, with free internet going ...Full Article

Share Your Wi-Fi and Get More Data with Karma

When it comes to roaming Wi-Fi, Karma is a connection with a bit of a difference. This pay-as-you-go hotspot fits in your pocket for roaming connectivity, but with Karma, ...Full Article

Loon Balloons to Stay Afloat for 100 Days

Crazy as Project Loon might sound, Google is building its internet-providing balloons to stay up in the air for a good long time. The balloons will be able to ...Full Article

São Paulo Wi-Fi Scheme Cheaper than Expected

The city of São Paulo, Brazil is currently in the process of tendering a system of Wi-Fi hotspots coordinated in strategic locations. The good news for city officials is ...Full Article

Could Globalstar Introduce Nationwide Wi-Fi?

You may have heard of Globalstar as a leading name in the satellite phone market, but the company has more up its sleeve with plans to provide Wi-Fi connections ...Full Article

Viber giving Philippine users free calls in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan

The catastrophe caused by Typhoon Haiyan – reportedly the biggest storm in the world this year – has wiped out entire cities and towns and caused an estimated 10,000 ...Full Article

Canadian Spies Use Airport Wi-Fi to Track Travelers

A Canadian Spy agency has reportedly been using the Wi-Fi network in a “major Canadian airport” to track travelers’ movements even after they had left the terminal. Data captured ...Full Article

10 Gigabit Wi-Fi Connections May Be Available by 2015!

In recent years we’ve been a massive surge in internet connectivity and technology, allowing us to reach speeds that most of us never even dreamt of a few years ...Full Article