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EE expands 4G network to airports and trains

EE has expanded its 4G network to cover more towns, airports and train routes in the UK. » zum Artikel

Apple shop maxes out Airport access points, upgrades to 802.11ac

You just want Wi-Fi connectivity to work. So you plug in an Apple Airport Express access point and then you and your coworkers go to town on your MacBook Pros. You plug in another one. And another one. » zum Artikel

Air passengers allowed to refuse body security scans at airports

Air passengers can now refuse to go through a security scanner on health grounds or privacy reasons, just as the government introduces such scanners at 11 further airports. » zum Artikel

Sidecar warns drivers to steer clear of airport after arrests

Sidecar is advising its drivers to steer clear of San Francisco International Airport after officials there started issuing citations to drivers for picking up and dropping off passengers. » zum Artikel

Hong Kong aims to be the smartest city of all

With more than half of the world's population living in cities driving for economic growth, they contribute not just to prosperity but also increasing global carbon emissions. » zum Artikel

Edinburgh Airport installs biometric system to track passenger movements

Edinburgh Airport has become the latest site to deploy Human Recognition Systems' MFlow Journey queue measurement system to track and react to the movement of passengers through check-in, security and passport control. » zum Artikel

Why San Francisco today is like every city tomorrow

Silicon Valley Internet startups aren't always in the bits business. Sometimes there are atoms involved. Some of the most innovative new web- or mobile-based services have a physical aspect involving real-world goods, delivery or rental. » zum Artikel

Solar-powered smartphone charging stations land in New York City

Last summer, Brooklyn design studio Pensa decided to test out a public solar-powered charging station for mobile devices in the studio's home borough. The idea immediately took off and what started as a trial project in Dumbo, Brooklyn's Pearl Street Triangle in 2012 has become a citywide effort in 2013. On Tuesday, Solar power technology firm Goal Zero, Pensa, and AT&T unveiled the first of ... » zum Artikel

Asia invests in infrastructure

The Asian government is investing in infrastructure in the region and upgrading its communication networks to improve the safety of its cities. » zum Artikel

Wi-Fi roaming starts to take flight with Hotspot 2.0

Smooth roaming from cell to Wi-Fi networks is finally seeing the light of day, with deployments at 21 U.S. airports and at two smaller sites in Europe debuting on Monday. » zum Artikel

Building the new technology flight path

Technology underpins almost every part of a business these days, and that is certainly the case when it comes to the aviation industry. Whether it's internal operations or customer facing, IT is at the forefront, making it happen. But this also means there's not much room to mess up. » zum Artikel

Travel happier with TripDeck and Hotel Tonight

Traveling can take a toll on anyone--whether you're a nervous flyer, a terrible planner, or a n00b at navigating all the various airline deals, there's a lot to contend with when you want to take a trip. Of course, that old adage "There's an app for that" certainly applies here as there are scads of apps to help each aspect of a trip. So how do you figure out which ones are most useful to you Simple, ... » zum Artikel

Google Glass: On patrol and in the air

Google's Glass project is getting a shot in the arm with the New York Police Department and Virgin Atlantic both announcing that they're testing the computerized eyeglasses. » zum Artikel

Google building fiber networks in Africa through Project Link

Google has kicked off a project to build high-speed fiber-optic networks in parts of the world that lack fast broadband connections, starting with the Ugandan capital, Kampala. » zum Artikel

A few finally find HotSpot 2.0 Wi-Fi connections

There are currently several million smartphones certified to run on a "HotSpot 2.0" Wi-Fi network. In November, about 400 of them finally got a chance to do so -- in Beijing, China. » zum Artikel

Living on the edge, where broadband doesn't reach

If you live in a city, you take a lot for granted. Not just access to stores, culture and public transportation, but also access to Internet and cellphone networks. It's easy to get complacent when you have fast broadband access and 4G cell phone speeds. But what happens when you lose all that I recently moved to a new place in the English countryside and, in the process, ran into problems getting ... » zum Artikel

Wi-Fi 'virus' could be used to attack wireless access points, researchers discover

Dense concentrations of Wi-Fi access points and routers in large cities could be attacked by malware able to spread silently from node to node, researchers at the University of Liverpool have shown for the first time. » zum Artikel

Facebook pushing ahead with less flashy design for new office campus

Facebook is choosing substance over flash with the new office campus it is building across the street from its current headquarters building. » zum Artikel

Google expands Maps to include searchable reservations, events

When's dinner Just ask Google ... Maps. » zum Artikel

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Amazon Drone: Stunt or service

'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the town Not a creature was stirring, not e'en UPS brown. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that Amazon Drones soon would be there. » zum Artikel

Hyperloop tube travel may be more than a pipe dream

Instead of boarding a plane for your next business trip, ever think you might make the journey inside a solar-powered, car-sized aluminum pod shooting through a steel tube » zum Artikel

Pain-free parking apps give you one less thing to whine about

In addition to being a rather chaotic city to drive in, San Francisco can be a total pain in the ass to park in. Don't believe it If you need an example of exactly how premium a price the city's resident will pay for a solid spot, consider the parking space that recently sold for a reported $82,000. But as gross as that sounds it's not even a record--earlier this year, two tandem parking spots were ... » zum Artikel

Apple earnings preview: More questions than answers

It's been three months since we've taken Apple's financial pulse, which can only mean that it's time for a check-up. The company is set to announce its latest quarterly earnings on Tuesday with a conference call to follow at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET. Macworld will once again be providing live coverage of that analyst briefing and its attendant Sisyphean question-and-answer session. » zum Artikel

10 terrific apps for last-minute travel

Planning a spur-of-the-moment trip doesn't have to be a hassle. Whether you want to plot a weekend getaway at the last minute or you need to book same-day travel to attend a business meeting, the proper tools can make the task quick and stress-free. In fact, when you have the freedom to take off at a moment's notice, you may even be able to score some killer deals. » zum Artikel

You gonna eat that The sharing economy's worst offenders

Some things just don't need to be shared with strangers. Like your leftover carne asada super burrito (ew) or a designer paisley necktie (why). The sharing economy has spawned some really innovative ideas, but some startups might have innovated themselves right off a cliff. » zum Artikel

Solar-powered aircraft completes cross-US journey

A one-of-a-kind solar-powered aircraft completed a two-month journey across the United States at just after 11pm EDT Saturday evening (3am GMT Sunday) when it landed at New York's JFK Airport. » zum Artikel

Testing cell networks across America: Apps and tools

As part of TechHive and OpenSignal's massive annual test on mobile cell networks, I set out on a cross-country journey to investigate signal strength. I visited 20 cities in five weeks, and learned a lot about how to pack light for a tech-centric trip. » zum Artikel

Airbnb runs afoul of New York law

If you're a New York City dweller looking to make a quick buck by renting out your apartment for a few nights on Airbnb, be careful of nosy neighbors. If they file a complaint against you, you could rack up thousands of dollars in fines. » zum Artikel

There's no vacation from fitness: Apps and gear for exercising anywhere

Staying in shape is difficult enough when you've got a routine down. So it's no wonder that when you travel--be it for business or pleasure--working out often becomes priority number 528, right below "getting up at 6 a.m." » zum Artikel

ICANN announces opening of Istanbul office as part of globalization effort

As part of ICANN's efforts to become a more global organization it detailed plans on Thursday for its new office in Istanbul. » zum Artikel


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EE has expanded its 4G network to cover more towns, airports and train routes in the UK.
You just want Wi-Fi connectivity to work. So you plug in an Apple Airport Express access point and then you and your coworkers go to town on your MacBook Pros. You plug in another one. And another one.
Air passengers can now refuse to go through a security scanner on health grounds or privacy reasons, just as the government introduces such scanners at 11 further airports.