New York’s new LinkNTC public wifi hubs – currently replacing the city’s old standing phone kiosks. Browse the web and access services on a built in tablet, charge your device via USB and make free calls to anywhere in the US with the Vonage app
The first Installation of a planned 7,500 public hubs is underway and by mid July, at least 500 should be installed thoughout the five boroughs.
Previously: Fidelma: The Frape Tape
It’s 9:40 and wifi already stopped working #websummit
— dan ouchterlony (@danouc) November 6, 2014
— Konstanty Sliwowski (@KSliwowski) November 6, 2014
Thanks Cormac McCann
Earlier: Is He Among Us?
Previously: Desperate House Wi Fi
A show of hands this afternoon of those affected by wi-fi issues at the Web Summit.
Wi-fi signal this morning (top). Web Summit founder, Paddy Cosgrave (above), opening the second day of the event in the RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
— Mark (@AnTweetseach) November 5, 2014
Graph via feebe this morning.
Previously: Who Took The Web From The Web Summit
Pic: Patrick Kennedy
— Interactive Sponsor (@isponsor) November 5, 2014
#Websummit Cosgrave slams RDS for wi-fi connection issues
— Independent Business (@IndoBusiness) November 4, 2014
— SMBclix.com (@SMBclix) November 4, 2014
Anyone know algorithms?
Needs more Karl, in fairness.
Top pic via Jessica Kelly
Pic: Laura Hogan
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
Der Howard tweetz:
Was it for this? Debenhams, Henry St [Dublin]