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Up now at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, the new hot spot will eventually allow users to bounce from one secure network to another without having to log in.
Non-Verizon, non-AT&T wireless carriers are turning to Wi-Fi network provider Boingo to help offload data traffic and to extend their wireless networks.
Riding on a free hotspots project for New York City's subway stations, the two companies now say they're bringing free Wi-Fi to select shopping malls.
Six subway stations and more than 200 hotspot locations in The Big Apple get free Wi-Fi as Boingo rolls out its massive wireless plan that will eventually reach all of the city's underground transit stations.
Phase Two of an ongoing rollout will push mobile access to several stations across midtown Manhattan before heading over to Queens.
Major mobile operators plan on turning to Wi-Fi to add more than a fifth of additional data capacity to their networks in 2013 and 2014, according to study. And new standards make it even easier for subscribers to access these networks.
The 7-inch Android tablet boasts a number of apps and features designed with children in mind.
Cellular voice and data services will be available across 36 subway stops.
Thirty-one of the city's parks, plazas, and rec centers will be getting free Wi-Fi within the next year; and the Web giant is paying for equipment costs, installation, and maintenance.
New standards will soon make getting from a carrier's 3G or 4G network onto a Wi-Fi network a seamless and easy process. But carriers large and small still have to get comfortable with that.