In the airline industry, more seat rows mean more dollars. To cram more of us in coach, airlines — including United Airlines — are slimming seats to add more of them.
Ten locations will be hooked up to start.
An advertising agency recruited 13 homeless people to help patch up wireless dead spots in Texas by giving them mobile Wi-Fi devices to carry and T-shirts proclaiming “I am a 4G Hotspot.”
Law enforcement officials are investigating a complaint about an offensive wireless network name in northern New Jersey.
Now that cell phone service has arrived on part of the subway system, the program is poised to expand.
All underground stations are expected to be wired by 2016, but trains are not expected to have service between stations.
They’re called Starbucks “squatters.” You know, those folks with their laptops who take all the seats and never seem to leave. But the coffee house giant has a plan brewing to fix that
Technology is bringing a new life to a tradition that is over 100-years-old.
The service has already started in three locations: Battery Park, Joyce Kilmer Park in the Bronx, and Thomas Jefferson Park in East Harlem.
A new Wi-Fi network is being unveiled in Brooklyn. It’s designed to provide free wireless access to the Internet between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges. It’s named Dumbo Wi-Fi, reflecting the name of the neighborhood.
If you’re hoping to watch the Packers-Steelers matchup at 30,000 feet next Sunday, plan carefully: Not every airline with TV will be showing the game and not all digital alternatives work once regular-season football ends.
AT&T and T-Mobile signed 10-year contracts to provide cell and Wi-Fi service through a network being built by Transit Wireless.
One day soon, some livery cabs in the City may not only give you a ride, but internet access as well.