Ireland's National Transport Authority has funded the introduction of a fleet of 80 new Wi-Fi-enabled buses to Dublin city, representing a €26 million investment in the Dublin Bus fleet replacement programme.
The IEEE standards body have approved a new Wi-Fi 802.22 technology that could allow a wireless network to span up to 100 kilometres and support speeds of up to 22Mbps. Is this the end of the 3G data plan?
Tesco is planning to offer customers free Wi-Fi in stores across the UK, possibly the first such move by a supermarket chain operating in Britain. It's hoped that providing free internet access will help bolster domestic sales.
Irish rail is to introduce free Wi-Fi on all Dublin-Cork services, the company announced today. The company tested a limited free Wi-Fi service on the Dublin-Cork route in 2010 of which it described the uptake as “enthusiastic”.