Wi-Fi

Light-Painting Visual Art Reveals WiFi Signal Topography

Light-Painting Visual Art Reveals WiFi Signal Topography

Here's an interesting visual art project that reveals the invisible landscape of our WiFi networks and explores the effects that these intangible phenomena have on how we experience products and cities. The "Immaterials: Light Painting WiFi" project was created by visual artists Timo Arnall, Jorn Knutsen, and Einar Sneve Martinussen.

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Apple Lounge to hit St. Louis

Apple Lounge to hit St. Louis

Move over New York City because St. Louis' new Apple store might just be Apple's most innovative store yet! With a never before seen "lounge" area with free Wi-Fi, this new Apple store structure will be sure to blow all of us away (or at least the residents in St. Louis).

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SafeCell testing cheap in-flight MMS

SafeCell testing cheap in-flight MMS

I bet there are many people out there who have hopped a commercial flight for business or pleasure and been stuck next to a fat person spilling over into their seat or a screaming kid the whole flight. It gives you a good story to tell when you land, but why wait. With a new in-flight MMS service that has been tested successfully, you could just send a pic of the offending person to your friends.

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Borders and Verizon team up for free Wi-Fi

Borders and Verizon team up for free Wi-Fi

Everyone knows that the way to lure avid readers into your bookstore is to offer overpriced coffee and free Wi-Fi. This is the tact that Barnes & Noble took with AT&T to get customers into its stores to buy digital books. Borders has now teamed with Verizon to offer a similar Wi-Fi service.

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