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Wi-Fi shines through cloudy iPhone data packages

While your monthly 400 MB allotment of 3G connectivity could get burned up pretty quickly, the iPhone's Wi-Fi connectivity offers a silver lining for the data-hungry

Chicago pulls plug on city Wi-Fi project

Chicago municipal leaders have scrapped plans to blanket the city with an ambitious Wi-Fi network, citing high costs and low residential uptake as the main reasons. Negotiations with private-sector partners, including EarthLink, have stalled because any city-wide Wi-Fi would require massive public financing.

WiFi unplugs city operations

The common good is back in fashion. Across North America, from San Francisco to Fredericton, more than 200 crusading cities are building municipal Wi-Fi networks. Boosting business, providing Web access for poorer citizens, creating communal communications infrastructures: different cities have different missions driving their Wi-Fi projects.

The Wi-Fi divide widens between Fredericton and Toronto

In a little more than a month from now, users of the country's largest Wi-Fi network - Toronto's recently launched One Zone - will begin paying up to $29 a month for the privilege of cruising the information highway wirelessly.

Wireless Toronto underway

Toronto went wireless Wednesday, joining the ranks of unwired municipalities like Ottawa, Fredericton and Whistler. Phase one of Toronto's Wi-Fi network -- dubbed One Zone -- is up and running and boasts the largest Wi-Fi network in Canada.

Toronto goes wireless

Toronto went wireless Wednesday, joining the ranks of unwired communities like Ottawa, Fredericton and Whistler. The first phase of Toronto

Toronto gets toasty under Wi-Fi blanket

Communications experts have been watching the developments at Toronto Hydro Telecom Inc. with avid anticipation ever since David Dobbin was named president in August. So it came as no surprise when the Toronto Hydro Corp. subsidiary recently announced plans to throw a blanket Wi-Fi hot zone over the city.

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