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Free Wi-Fi coming to some Delta flights
The Atlanta-based carrier will trial free Wi-Fi on 55 domestic flights each day.
Pretty much all Wi-Fi is vulnerable, security experts reveal
Belgian researchers have identified a vulnerability in the way most of us connect wirelessly to the internet. The weakness even has a name: Krack. If exploited (and luckily that has not yet happened, as far as anyone can tell), information like our credit cards, passwords, basically anything we type is at risk for being seen […]
Yeah, we know. You hate airplane Wi-Fi.
Complaints about connectivity in public spaces isn't hurting the providers.
Technology is a new kind of lifeline for refugees
Aid groups are beginning to view connectivity as a basic humanitarian right.
Quartz and Marketplace listen to 'data,' and talk about Wi-Fi allergies.
Tech in 2015: We'll be connected 24/7
Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson tells us what to expect in the year ahead.
Mapping New York's massive public wi-fi needs
Here's what we're reading, and numbers we're watching Tuesday morning.
America runs on Dunkin's Wi-Fi
A study ranks Wi-Fi speeds at America's top coffee shop chains.
49ers new stadium is a high-tech showcase
The venue boasts new technology, hoping to revolutionize the fans' experience.