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Philippines to connect over 900 cities with free Wi-Fi #cloud #cloudcomputing #philippins #wifi

The Philippines plans to roll out free Wi-Fi to nearly 1000 cities by November, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has said. This week it tendered for the PHP 1.408 billion (US$31.6 million) project to set up Wi-Fi hotspots in 997 cities.  41 more words

_ Govenment

Upgrading Our Mobile Media

Last week I spent a few hours upgrading our ‘media hub’ in the Airstream.  Much of the technology we had been using was carried-over from  492 more words


How Wi-Fi is Transforming the Way People Shop

I have had the pleasure of attending Store Conference, held by the Retail Council of Canada over the past couple of years. It has always been one of the best retail shows in terms of content that I have attended.   511 more words


How to create a Mobile Hotspot using BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.3.1

Did you know that you can share your mobile network connection with other devices such as laptops, gaming devices and more?

Provided your wireless service plan supports the Mobile Hotspot feature, you can create a Wi-Fi network that supports up to eight other devices. 654 more words


Could a hacker *really* bring down a plane from a mobile phone in seat 12C?

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) publishes an eclectic range of documents at a fair clip.

Indeed, the GAO’s website is an impressive source of documents zeroing in on a wide range of public service issues. 712 more words


Tampering with US voting machine as easy as 'abcde', says Virginia report

Until Tuesday, the state of Virginia was using what one expert dubbed the “worst voting machine in the US” – one with security so appalling that all it would take to compromise it would be a laptop with a wireless card and some free software. 945 more words


Telstra to switch on 1500 more hotspots in wi-fi trial

Telstra will switch on 1500 additional hotspots as part of an extension to a trial of its proposed national wi-fi network before June, the telco announced today.  55 more words

_ Telcom