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And Comcast makes three. Two years after Cablevision started rolling out hotspots in the Big Apple and less than a month after Time Warner joined it, Comcast has gotten buddy-buddy with the pair in their efforts to blanket New York City with WiFi. If you subscribe to any one of their data services,

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Our neighbor to the north will soon boast its own WiMAX-based WiFi rollout, as Montreal is already set to become the \"first Canadian city to deliver wireless Internet and mobile IP telephony to residents.\" Apparently, Radioactif and Nomad Telecom are joining forcing to deploy the network across the

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While some news channels are busy busting out HD feeds of the six 'o clock rundown, San Francisco's CBS 5 is cutting costs in a huge way. By placing some 20 low-end cameras in various locales throughout the city, the station is utilizing Slingbox Pros and wireless EV-DO cards to beam live footage ba

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Entire cities getting free WiFi used to be quite the sensation, but now the real hotness is in connecting up an entire nation. According to IndiaTimes, the government is proposing that all citizens of India receive complimentary 2Mbps internet by 2009, and the service would be provided by the state-

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As if blanketing the rim of the River Thames with WiFi wasn't good enough to get us out of the office and into the park, the Evening Standard is reporting that the whole city of London will soon becomes \"Europe's biggest wireless internet hotspot.\" As expected, some 130 base stations will be arrang

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