Wi-Fi cities may fail to realise potential

Martin Courtney
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There is an audience for urban Wi-Fi, but how much of it only wants local government content?

A lot of column inches have been dedicated to Wi-Fi over the past few years, at the expense of other networking technologies that might have been more interesting to read about. Roving journali...

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