Heathrow Express gets T-Mobile Wi-Fi: The short-run trains between London's Paddington Station and Heathrow Airport will have Wi-Fi service including within a 6 km tunnel.
Tomizone has hotspot software embedded in D-Link routers: The firm's software allows a switch to be flipped on two D-Link models to enable about US$3 per day hotspot service through their network, which handles payment clearance. The hotspot operator gets half the proceeds.
"Is the wi-fi revolution a health time bomb?" The answer, of course, is "no" writes BBC commentator Bill Thompson: Another good bon mot: "While those who want to limit the use of wi-fi argue that they need evidence that is it safe, the problem with trying to prove that something is safe is that you can't."
Guy Kewney also expresses electromagnetic indignation: Kewney notes the same thing I do. Pro-electrosmoggists point to problematic studies, cite industry suppression, draw conclusions unfounded by the science. To which I add, they also ignore contradictory studies no matter how large, nor how well reviewed. He notes that Powerwatch campaigner correlates ADHD with Wi-Fi use, despite logical and scientific problems with that correlation. Kewney, like me, is a tree hugger. Kewney, like me, makes this statement: "in short, if there's a problem with electromagnetic radiation, I'd just love to be able to prove it."