Now, the crowds have spoken, from nearly half a million hotspots across the country.
Amtrak wants to improve the dismal experience for passengers hoping to hop online while they’re riding the rails.
The wheels of justice could grind a little faster under a proposal to bring WiFi to Philadelphia’s Criminal Justice Center.
Wi-Fi Finder lets you locate both free and paid WiFi, covering 650,000 locations in 144 countries.
3 On Your Side’s Nicole Brewer reports that depending on where you go and get online, there can be a disconnect at some businesses.
OpenSignal maps wireless hotspots using community-generated data, letting you find not only public Internet service, but the best spots for 3G and 4G coverage.
What could be fertile new ground for computer criminals may be as close as your driveway.
Flying these days can be anything but an entertaining experience, but Southwest Airlines is trying a new service that puts live TV at your fingertips.
With laptops, smartphones and tablets, the expectation is ‘Internet anywhere.’ Now, Comcast is teaming up with other cable giants to offer free WiFi access when you’re traveling out of town.
The service currently has 200 such locations, including retail locations like coffee shops that have free WiFi, and public libraries that offer free desktop computer access.
Home technology is getting ‘smarter’ — so much so, in fact that you barely have to lift a finger to control everything from your thermostat to your blinds.
During this summit in Cohshohocken, they were also hearing about an emerging technology that’s enabling the equivalent of high-tech pickpocketing.
The New Jersey Transit will soon begin taking proposals from broadband providers in order to give customers WiFi access on trains.