Finally, there's free wi-fi at LAX. Sort of. Forget for a second that the LAX is one of the nation's crappier major airports, cursed by midcentury architecture and an array of politically-connected restaurant offerings that make you actually want eat the airplane food. This is, as the original Pre ... More >>
Five of the nation's biggest cable companies today announced they're rolling out free wi-fi hotspots for customers. The markets covered including Los Angeles, New York, Tampa, Orlando, and Philadelphia. The participating companies include Comcast and Time Warner Cable in L.A. and Cox Communication ... More >>
The big news at farmers markets this week had little to do with actual fruits and vegetables as much as our access to them. Agriculture Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan announced $4 million in awards to help states expand availability of wireless technology in farmers markets so they can particip ... More >>
A Santa Monica-based consumer watchdog group this week decried a proposal by Google and Verizon Communications that it says would put an end to net neutrality and create a system of pay-to-play haves and have-nots when it comes to internet access. " ... It sets up a two-tiered structure," sa ... More >>
Dennis RomeroCoachella has its own iPhone app this year, and at least one artist, Plastikman, planned to integrate an audience-interaction app for his performance at the three-day festival. But for all the iPhone-waving hipsters who have trekked to the California desert for the party, AT&T co ... More >>
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