Metro plans to put WiFi in all of its subway stations by the end of the year, but the initial goal is for Metro to use the system, not riders.
When you’re considering the use of any public Wi-Fi service, two primary concerns are how secure the connection is and what limitations are imposed.
President Barack Obama says one improvement he’d like to make at the White House for his successor is to upgrade the WiFi system.
Passengers on Amtrak have long complained about the spotty WiFi on the train — now Amtrak is set to create a high-speed improvement.
A bill in Maryland\’s General Assembly would prohibit Maryland retailers from using consumer cellphone Wi-Fi signals to track their shopping habits, unless merchants post notices at store entrances.
Mobile devices will help Thanksgiving travelers stay in touch, but being on the road can put mobile security at risk.
Coffee shops and WiFi go together. Most coffee houses offer a free connection to the Internet, but some customers abuse the perk. Now some cafe owners are fighting back.
Michigan drivers will test 3,000 smart cars, buses
and trucks that can talk to one another as part of
a yearlong study to gauge whether the technology
reduces injuries and fatalities.
Here\’s what it means: unlimited data plans aren\’t being killed off completely, but customers with those plans will lose them when upgrading to a discounted new phone.