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Wi-Fi cloud of hot zones planned for NYC

7/12/2006
With widespread public access to Wi-Fi slow to rollout in New York City, the nation's largest city is beginning to be covered by a unique wireless network, which is planned to eventually cover the Big Apple with a cloud of Wi-Fi "hot zones."

A Cheap Route to Wi-Fi

6/28/2006
FON, based in Spain, is a startup company that wants to provide cheap Wi-Fi access to the world by selling a million routers, which usually cost about $60, for $5 plus shipping.

Tech Companies Agree on Mobile Web Rules

6/28/2006
of the world's top wireless and Internet companies, including Nokia, Vodafone and Google, have agreed on a set of Web site development guidelines aimed at making it easier to surf the Internet on cell phones.

Laptop with D.C. Workers' Data Stolen

6/22/2006
A laptop containing the Social Security numbers and other personal data of 13,000 District of Columbia employees and retirees has been stolen, officials said.

Enterprise Mashups Facilitate App Creation

6/22/2006
When DJ Danger Mouse mixed The Beatles' White Album with Jay-Z's The Black Album to create the irreverent and incredibly popular The Grey Album, he created what Rolling Stone called "the ultimate remix record."
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