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AIRLINES-WIFI
RTX16FV8
December 12, 2013
A screen displays the Instagram logo during a presentation by co-founder Kevin Systrom as he announces...
New York, UNITED STATES
A screen displays the Instagram logo during a presentation by co-founder Kevin Systrom as he announces...
A screen displays the Instagram logo during a presentation by co-founder Kevin Systrom as he announces the launch of a new direct image messaging service named Instagram Direct in New York December 12, 2013. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
RTX14ZXH
November 04, 2013
- AIRLINES-WIFI/ - Charts projected adoption of in-flight internet connection or wi-fi connectivity across...
US
AIRLINES-WIFI/ C
- AIRLINES-WIFI/ - Charts projected adoption of in-flight internet connection or wi-fi connectivity across airlines. (SIN10)
USA-FISCAL/
RTR3FK9O
October 03, 2013
Furloughed federal workers Nistasha Perez (L) and Rachel Fefer talks at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Furloughed federal workers Perez and Fefer talks at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown Central" in Washington...
Furloughed federal workers Nistasha Perez (L) and Rachel Fefer talks at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown Central" in Washington October 3, 2013. Sixth & I hope to provide furloughed workers with a place to convene. Aside from political ping pong, they provide bipartisan board games, reading materials, constant streaming of 'The West Wing', and an informal meeting space with free coffee, food, and Wifi, reported local news.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-FISCAL/
RTR3FK9G
October 03, 2013
Furloughed federal workers Michael Bohne and Melanie Bryan enjoy a game of table tennis at Sixth & I...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Furloughed federal workers Bohne and Bryan enjoy a game of table tennis at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown...
Furloughed federal workers Michael Bohne and Melanie Bryan enjoy a game of table tennis at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown Central" in Washington October 3, 2013. Sixth & I hope to provide furloughed workers with a place to convene. Aside from political ping pong, they provide bipartisan board games, reading materials, constant streaming of 'The West Wing', and an informal meeting space with free coffee, food, and Wifi, reported local news.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT SPORT)
USA-FISCAL/
RTR3FK99
October 03, 2013
Table tennis paddles bear the pictures of key congressional leaders at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Table tennis paddles bear the pictures of key congressional leaders at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown...
Table tennis paddles bear the pictures of key congressional leaders at Sixth & I Synagogue's "Shutdown Central" in Washington October 3, 2013. Sixth & I hope to provide furloughed workers with a place to convene. Aside from political ping pong, they provide bipartisan board games, reading materials, constant streaming of 'The West Wing', and an informal meeting space with free coffee, food, and Wifi, reported local news.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS RELIGION)
USA/
RTXYZS9
April 25, 2013
A sign advertises Wi-Fi service in the Times Square Subway station in New York, April 25, 2013. The New...
New York, UNITED STATES
A sign advertises Wi-Fi service in the Times Square Subway station in New York
A sign advertises Wi-Fi service in the Times Square Subway station in New York, April 25, 2013. The New York MTA has expanded service to 30 additional stations, including Times Square, Rockefeller Center and Columbus Circle. AT&T and T-Mobile signed 10-year contracts to provide cell and Wi-Fi service through a network being built by Transit Wireless. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS TRANSPORT)
RUSSIA/
RTR3C9XA
January 10, 2013
A man looks at a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs...
St. Petersburg, Russia
A man looks at a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Jobs in...
A man looks at a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs in the yard of the State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics in St. Petersburg January 10, 2013. The 188cm (74 inch) -tall interactive glass and metal sculpture, designed by Gleb Tarasov, is a wifi hotspot and can withstand temperatures down to minus 30 degrees Celsius (minus 22 degrees Fahrenheit), according to local media. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
RUSSIA/
RTR3C9X6
January 10, 2013
A photographer takes a picture of the recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late...
St. Petersburg, Russia
A photographer takes a picture of the recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late...
A photographer takes a picture of the recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs in the yard of the State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics in St. Petersburg January 10, 2013. The 188cm (74 inch) -tall interactive glass and metal sculpture, designed by Gleb Tarasov, is a wifi hotspot and can withstand temperatures down to minus 30 degrees Celsius (minus 22 degrees Fahrenheit), according to local media. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
RUSSIA/
RTR3C9X1
January 10, 2013
A man walks past a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Steve...
St. Petersburg, Russia
A man walks past a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Jobs...
A man walks past a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs in the yard of the State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics in St. Petersburg January 10, 2013. The 188cm (74 inch) -tall interactive glass and metal sculpture, designed by Gleb Tarasov, is a wifi hotspot and can withstand temperatures down to minus 30 degrees Celsius (minus 22 degrees Fahrenheit), according to local media. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
RUSSIA/
RTR3C9WW
January 10, 2013
A man looks at a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs...
St.Petersburg, Russia
A man looks at a recently erected monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Jobs in St. Petersburg...
A man looks at a recently erected iPhone-shaped monument in memory of Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs in the yard of the State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics in St. Petersburg January 10, 2013. The 188cm (74 inch) -tall interactive glass and metal sculpture, designed by Gleb Tarasov, is a wifi hotspot and can withstand temperatures down to minus 30 degrees Celsius (minus 22 degrees Fahrenheit), according to local media. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GOOGLE-NEWYORKCITY/WIFI
RTR3C7SB
January 08, 2013
The Google signage is seen at the company's offices in New York January 8, 2013. Google Inc and a New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Google signage seen at the company's offices in New York
The Google signage is seen at the company's offices in New York January 8, 2013. Google Inc and a New York redevelopment organisation are providing a Manhattan neighbourhood with free public WiFi Internet access, making it the largest area of coverage in New York City. The search giant and the non-profit Chelsea Improvement Co are making Internet access available outdoors in Chelsea, which is home to Google's New York offices and several technology start-ups. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS SOCIETY LOGO)
GOOGLE-NEWYORKCITY/WIFI
RTR3C7S8
January 08, 2013
New York Senator Charles Schumer holds up his tablet at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Senator Charles Schumer holds aloft his tablet at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New...
New York Senator Charles Schumer holds up his tablet at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York January 8, 2013. Google with the Chelsea Improvement Company announced that Southwest Chelsea would become the first WiFi neighborhood in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GOOGLE-NEWYORKCITY/WIFI
RTR3C7S7
January 08, 2013
The Google signage is seen at the company's offices in New York January 8, 2013. Google Inc and a New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Google signage seen at the company's offices in New York
The Google signage is seen at the company's offices in New York January 8, 2013. Google Inc and a New York redevelopment organisation are providing a Manhattan neighbourhood with free public WiFi Internet access, making it the largest area of coverage in New York City. The search giant and the non-profit Chelsea Improvement Co are making Internet access available outdoors in Chelsea, which is home to Google's New York offices and several technology start-ups. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS SOCIETY LOGO)
GOOGLE-NEWYORKCITY/WIFI
RTR3C7QZ
January 08, 2013
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York January...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor Bloomberg speaks at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York January 8, 2013. Google Inc and a New York redevelopment organisation are providing a Manhattan neighbourhood with free public WiFi Internet access, making it the largest area of coverage in New York City. The search giant and the non-profit Chelsea Improvement Co are making Internet access available outdoors in Chelsea, which is home to Google's New York offices and several technology start-ups. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS SOCIETY)
GOOGLE-NEWYORKCITY/WIFI
RTR3C7QV
January 08, 2013
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer holds up his tablet device at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New...
New York, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Schumer holds up his tablet device at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer holds up his tablet device at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York January 8, 2013. Google Inc and a New York redevelopment organisation are providing a Manhattan neighbourhood with free public WiFi Internet access, making it the largest area of coverage in New York City. The search giant and the non-profit Chelsea Improvement Co are making Internet access available outdoors in Chelsea, which is home to Google's New York offices and several technology start-ups. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS SOCIETY)
GOOGLE-NEWYORKCITY/WIFI
RTR3C7QT
January 08, 2013
(L-R) New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer and Google Chief Information...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City Mayor Bloomberg, U.S. Senator Schumer and Google CIO Fried cut computer cables at an announcement...
(L-R) New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer and Google Chief Information Officer Ben Fried cut computer cables at an announcement of neighborhood WiFi in New York January 8, 2013. Google Inc and a New York redevelopment organisation are providing a Manhattan neighbourhood with free public WiFi Internet access, making it the largest area of coverage in New York City. The search giant and the non-profit Chelsea Improvement Co are making Internet access available outdoors in Chelsea, which is home to Google's New York offices and several technology start-ups. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS SOCIETY)
SINGAPORE-STARTUPS/
RTR3BSOP
December 20, 2012
A Trek employee demonstrates the Ai Ball wifi video camera in Singapore December 19, 2012. Singapore's...
Singapore, Singapore
A Trek employee demonstrates the Ai Ball wifi video camera in Singapore
A Trek employee demonstrates the Ai Ball wifi video camera in Singapore December 19, 2012. Singapore's decade-long push to become a hotbed for entrepreneurs is stuck at stage one. Venture capital firms are put off by the small size of the market, lack of big ideas that can be a global success and an uncertain exit strategy. Only 50 out of 301 venture capital firms based in Singapore are interested in local investment, according to the Asian Venture Capital Journal Research. Of the 70 high tech start-ups the government has invested in over the past two years, just 10 received follow-on private funding from investors locally and abroad, according to the National Research Foundation, the government arm responsible for research and development. Picture taken December 19, 2012. REUTERS/Thomas White (SINGAPORE - Tags: MEDIA SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
SINGAPORE-STARTUPS/
RTR3BSOM
December 20, 2012
The Flu Card, an SD memory card that incorporates wifi, is seen in this picture illustration in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
The Flu Card, an SD memory card that incorporates wifi, is seen in this picture illustration in Singapore...
The Flu Card, an SD memory card that incorporates wifi, is seen in this picture illustration in Singapore December 19, 2012. Singapore's decade-long push to become a hotbed for entrepreneurs is stuck at stage one. Venture capital firms are put off by the small size of the market, lack of big ideas that can be a global success and an uncertain exit strategy. Only 50 out of 301 venture capital firms based in Singapore are interested in local investment, according to the Asian Venture Capital Journal Research. Of the 70 high tech start-ups the government has invested in over the past two years, just 10 received follow-on private funding from investors locally and abroad, according to the National Research Foundation, the government arm responsible for research and development. Picture taken December 19, 2012. REUTERS/Thomas White (SINGAPORE - Tags: MEDIA SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
RUCKUSWIRELESS-IPO/
RTR3AHST
November 16, 2012
Selina Lo (L), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, waits for her company's stock to begin trading...
New York, UNITED STATES
Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, waits for her company's stock to begin trading on...
Selina Lo (L), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, waits for her company's stock to begin trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, November 16, 2012. WiFi products maker Ruckus Wireless Inc. priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, the high end of its expected price range, a market source told Reuters. The company, which is backed by Google Inc's Motorola Mobility LLC and venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, raised $126 million by selling 8.4 million shares. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATESBUSINESS - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
RUCKUSWIRELESS-IPO/
RTR3AHSL
November 16, 2012
Selina Lo (C), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, and company executives rings the Opening bell...
New York, UNITED STATES
Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, and company executives rings the Opening bell at...
Selina Lo (C), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, and company executives rings the Opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange, November 16, 2012. WiFi products maker Ruckus Wireless Inc. priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, the high end of its expected price range, a market source told Reuters. The company, which is backed by Google Inc's Motorola Mobility LLC and venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, raised $126 million by selling 8.4 million shares. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATESBUSINESS - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
RUCKUSWIRELESS-IPO/
RTR3AHSH
November 16, 2012
Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, gives an interview on the floor of the New York Stock...
New York, UNITED STATES
Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, gives an interview on the floor of the New York Stock...
Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, gives an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, November 16, 2012. WiFi products maker Ruckus Wireless Inc. priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, the high end of its expected price range, a market source told Reuters. The company, which is backed by Google Inc's Motorola Mobility LLC and venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, raised $126 million by selling 8.4 million shares. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATESBUSINESS - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
RUCKUSWIRELESS-IPO/
RTR3AHSA
November 16, 2012
Selina Lo (R), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, speaks with a producer prior to an interview...
New York, UNITED STATES
Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, speaks with a producer prior to an interview on the...
Selina Lo (R), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, speaks with a producer prior to an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, November 16, 2012. WiFi products maker Ruckus Wireless Inc. priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, the high end of its expected price range, a market source told Reuters. The company, which is backed by Google Inc's Motorola Mobility LLC and venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, raised $126 million by selling 8.4 million shares. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
RUCKUSWIRELESS-IPO/
RTR3AHS8
November 16, 2012
Selina Lo (C), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, applauds as her company's stock begins trading...
New York, UNITED STATES
Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, applauds as her company's stock begins trading on...
Selina Lo (C), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, applauds as her company's stock begins trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, November 16, 2012. WiFi products maker Ruckus Wireless Inc. priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, the high end of its expected price range, a market source told Reuters. The company, which is backed by Google Inc's Motorola Mobility LLC and venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, raised $126 million by selling 8.4 million shares. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
RUCKUSWIRELESS-IPO/
RTR3AHS6
November 16, 2012
Barclays trader Neil Gallaggher (C) shows Selina Lo (L), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, her...
New York, UNITED STATES
Barclays trader Neil Gallaggher shows Selina Lo, President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, her company's...
Barclays trader Neil Gallaggher (C) shows Selina Lo (L), President and CEO of of Ruckus Wireless, her company's price following its debut on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, November 16, 2012. WiFi products maker Ruckus Wireless Inc. priced its initial public offering at $15 per share, the high end of its expected price range, a market source told Reuters. The company, which is backed by Google Inc's Motorola Mobility LLC and venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, raised $126 million by selling 8.4 million shares. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
IRAQ-TELECOMS/
RTR3ADY0
November 14, 2012
A vendor shows how to use wireless Internet to a customer at an Internet shop in Baghdad November 10,...
Baghdad, Iraq
A vendor shows how to use wireless Internet to a customer at an Internet shop in Baghdad
A vendor shows how to use wireless Internet to a customer at an Internet shop in Baghdad November 10, 2012. Iraqi telecommunications operators have warned that government plans to charge for the extra spectrum which they need to launch long-awaited 3G services could slow Internet adoption and economic growth. Picture taken November 10, 2012. To match story IRAQ-TELECOMS/ REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen (IRAQ - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY)
USA/
RTR34VSH
July 12, 2012
A woman walks past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York July 12, 2012. The New York City Department...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman walks past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York
A woman walks past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York July 12, 2012. The New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications have announced that they have converted 10 public pay phones into free WiFi hot spots as part of a pilot program to determine if it is possible to expand all city pay phones into a city-wide WiFi network. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
USA/
RTR34VSD
July 12, 2012
People walk past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York, July 12, 2012. The New York City Department...
New York, UNITED STATES
People walk past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York
People walk past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York, July 12, 2012. The New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications have announced that they have converted 10 public pay phones into free WiFi hot spots as part of a pilot program to determine if it is possible to expand all city pay phones into a city-wide WiFi network. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
USA/
RTR34VS6
July 12, 2012
A woman walks past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York July 12, 2012. The New York City Department...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman walks past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York
A woman walks past a WiFi-enabled phone booth in New York July 12, 2012. The New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications have announced that they have converted 10 public pay phones into free WiFi hot spots as part of a pilot program to determine if it is possible to expand all city pay phones into a city-wide WiFi network. REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS)
Technology
Technology
WIRELESS Conference & Expo in New Orleans - 10 May 2012
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CHINA/
RTR2ZG7G
March 16, 2012
Zhuang Jing, a Hotel Test Sleeper, checks the network speed of wifi on her iPad at the public area of...
Beijing, China
Zhuang Jing checks the network speed of wifi on her iPad at the public area of a Beijing traditional...
Zhuang Jing, a Hotel Test Sleeper, checks the network speed of wifi on her iPad at the public area of a Beijing traditional hotel with courtyard houses, known as "Siheyuan" in Chinese, in central Beijing March 6, 2012. Zhuang was selected as one of three final winners out of 7,800 candidates and started working for Qunar as a Professional Hotel Test Sleeper in March 2010. At present, she has slept at more than 200 hotels. "My job is to role-play travelers of different types, different ages and genders at different scenarios, and see how each hotel fits their particular needs." Zhuang said. Her reviews help travelers make smart hotel picks and bring them a more pleasant experience on the road. Qunar, a Chinese online travel platform, started to recruit Professional Hotel Test Sleepers in 2010. The requirement for this new profession is to sleep at selected hotels without disclosing their real job and write expert reviews about the facilities, location, dining, services and prices of the hotels, in order to provide an independent third-party evaluation and an authoritative guide to travelers, according to the company. Picture taken on March 6, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TENNIS-DAVIS/
RTR2XMOF
February 11, 2012
Local sports fans known as the "Green Men" watch the match between Vasek Pospisil of Canada and Jo-Wilfied...
Vancouver, Canada
Local sports fans watch the match between Pospisil of Canada and Tsonga of France during the Davis Cup...
Local sports fans known as the "Green Men" watch the match between Vasek Pospisil of Canada and Jo-Wilfied Tsonga of France during the Davis Cup tennis in Vancouver, British Columbia February 10, 2012. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
DAVIS CUP/
RTR2XGSW
February 07, 2012
French Davis Cup team members (L-R) Julien Benneteau, Michael Llodra, Guy Forget, Jo-Wilfied Tsonga and...
Vancouver, Canada
French Davis Cup team members pose together following a news conference in Vancouver
French Davis Cup team members (L-R) Julien Benneteau, Michael Llodra, Guy Forget, Jo-Wilfied Tsonga and Gael Monfils pose together following a news conference in Vancouver, British Columbia February 7, 2012. France will meet Canada in the Davis Cup tennis tournament February 10. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
DAVIS CUP/
RTR2XGSU
February 07, 2012
French Davis Cup team members (L-R) Julien Benneteau, Michael Llodra, Guy Forget, Jo-Wilfied Tsonga and...
Vancouver, Canada
French Davis Cup team members joke following a news conference in Vancouver
French Davis Cup team members (L-R) Julien Benneteau, Michael Llodra, Guy Forget, Jo-Wilfied Tsonga and Gael Monfils joke following a news conference in Vancouver, British Columbia February 7, 2012. France will meet Canada in the Davis Cup tennis tournament February 10. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS)
INDIA/
RTXVIVH
December 08, 2010
People speak on wireless phones outside the Public Call Office (PCO) at a wholesale grocery market in...
Kolkata, India
People speak on wireless phones outside the PCO at a wholesale grocery market in Kolkata
People speak on wireless phones outside the Public Call Office (PCO) at a wholesale grocery market in Kolkata December 8, 2010. In India call charges have fallen sharply as wireless phone and mobile operators tried to add subscribers faster than their rivals and to gain market share though a price war among the operators has moderated in recent months. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
TRAVEL-BACKPACKERS/TECHNOLOGY
RTXVHYM
December 07, 2010
A sign advertising free Wi-Fi zone is seen at the Sultanhamet area of Istanbul, Turkey, in this September...
Turkey
To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-BACKPACKERS/TECHNOLOGY
A sign advertising free Wi-Fi zone is seen at the Sultanhamet area of Istanbul, Turkey, in this September 30, 2010 file photo. Backpackers are traveling the world with high-tech toys and are often searching as much for free Wi-Fi as for historical sites. To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL- BACKPACKERS/TECHNOLOGY REUTERS/Natalie Armstrong/File (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH TRAVEL)
RWANDA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2H6R3
August 09, 2010
People surf the internet at a free Wi-Fi spot at Kigali international airport as results begin to trickle...
Kigali, Rwanda
People surf the internet at a free Wi-Fi spot at Kigali international airport
People surf the internet at a free Wi-Fi spot at Kigali international airport as results begin to trickle in from general elections, in the capital Kigali, August 9, 2010. Since Rwanda's genocide 16 years ago, incumbent President Paul Kagame has brought stability, development, foreign investment, broadband Internet and national health insurance, but critics accuse the former rebel fighter of autocratic tendencies and repression. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (RWANDA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
APPLE/
RTR2EVIN
June 07, 2010
Apple CEO Steve Jobs bows after asking the audience to turn off WiFi devices, which were interfering...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Apple CEO Steve Jobs bows after asking the audience to turn off WiFi devices, which were interfering...
Apple CEO Steve Jobs bows after asking the audience to turn off WiFi devices, which were interfering with his presentation of the new iPhone 4, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, June 7, 2010. There were over 500 devices connected in the room at the time of his request. REUTERS/Robert Galraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCI TECH)
CONSUMER-ELECTRONICS/
RTR28KKP
January 06, 2010
A picoChip reference design for a HSPA femtocell is shown in front of a Acatel-Lucent femtocell during...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A picoChip reference design for a HSPA femtocell is shown at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics...
A picoChip reference design for a HSPA femtocell is shown in front of a Acatel-Lucent femtocell during "CES Unveiled," a media preview event, at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2010. Femtocells, like the British picoChip, connected to a WiFi router provides 3G coverage for cell phones and route the calls through the Internet. CES, the world's largest consumer technology trade show, runs from January 7-10. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH)
CONSUMER-ELECTRONICS/
RTR28KK0
January 06, 2010
A photographer takes a picture of the WiFi-controlled "AR. Drone" helicopter by Parrot, a wireless device...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Photographer takes a picture of WiFi-controlled "AR. Drone" at the 2010 International CES in Las Vegas...
A photographer takes a picture of the WiFi-controlled "AR. Drone" helicopter by Parrot, a wireless device company based in Paris, during "CES Unveiled," a media preview event, at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2010. CES, the world's largest consumer technology trade show, runs from January 7-10. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH)
CES/
RTR2381K
January 09, 2009
A Samsung uVending machine featuring a touchscreen front is shown at the annual Consumer Electronics...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Samsung uVending machine featuring touchscreen front is shown at annual Consumer Electronics Show in...
A Samsung uVending machine featuring a touchscreen front is shown at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 9, 2009. The machine features a 46" flat panel display, WiFi, shock-sensor and built-in camera to deter vandalism. It will be introduced later in April at Simon Malls across the U.S.. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
TECH-SHOW/
RTX59DA
January 06, 2008
The Netgear WiFi phone with Skype is seen at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Unveiled event in Las...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
The Netgear WiFi phone with Skype is seen at the Consumer Electronics Show CES Unveiled event in Las...
The Netgear WiFi phone with Skype is seen at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Unveiled event in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2008. The phone makes and receives Skype internet phone calls wherever there is a wireless internet connection. The CES opens January 7. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1UC9D
September 27, 2007
An Erector company representative picks up a "Spykee" robot (L) which is controlled over a WiFi internet...
New York, UNITED STATES
An Erector company representative picks up a "Spykee" robot (L) which is controlled over a WiFi internet...
An Erector company representative picks up a "Spykee" robot (L) which is controlled over a WiFi internet connection during the DigitalLife consumer electronics show in New York September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1UC9A
September 27, 2007
An Erector company representative takes a closer look at the "Spykee" robot which is controlled over...
New York, UNITED STATES
An Erector company representative takes a closer look at the "Spykee" robot which is controlled over...
An Erector company representative takes a closer look at the "Spykee" robot which is controlled over a WiFi internet connection during the DigitalLife consumer electronics show in New York September 27, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
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Technology
Small Town Leads Chilean WiFi Revolution - 10 Jan 2007
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CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
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January 08, 2007
Cameron Chughtai (R) speaks with co-worker Terri Williams (L) and his wife Wajeha (both in Philadelphia)...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Cameron Chughtai speaks with co-worker Terri Williams and his wife Wajeha via Ojo personal video phones...
Cameron Chughtai (R) speaks with co-worker Terri Williams (L) and his wife Wajeha (both in Philadelphia) via Ojo personal video phones using an Internet connection during the 2007 International CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 7, 2007. The Ojo "Shadow" phone (L) is available now and costs $299. The prototype "Travel Ojo" should be available in May or June for about $250-$275, Chughtai said. The Travel Ojo can connect to the Internet via a wired or WiFi connection, he said. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
CHILE-WIRELESS/
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January 08, 2007
A man rides his bike in front of a wall that reads "WI FI zone" in the northern Salamanca town in this...
Salamanca, Chile
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A man rides his bike in front of a wall that reads "WI FI zone" in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo. Salamanca, 200 miles (316 km) north of the capital Santiago, became Chile's first WiFi town in September. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet hailed the project as the first of its kind in South America and as a major step toward "cutting the gap between rich and poor, between the capital and the regions, between the large and small cities". To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/Files (CHILE)
CHILE-WIRELESS/
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January 08, 2007
Juan Barraza (L), surfs on the Web outside his house in the northern Salamanca town in this December...
Salamanca, Chile
To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/
Juan Barraza (L), surfs on the Web outside his house in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo. Salamanca, 200 miles (316 km) north of the capital Santiago, became Chile's first WiFi town in September. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet hailed the project as the first of its kind in South America and as a major step toward "cutting the gap between rich and poor, between the capital and the regions, between the large and small cities". To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/Files (CHILE)
CHILE-WIRELESS/
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January 08, 2007
A local surfs the Web in the street in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo....
Salamanca, Chile
To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/
A local surfs the Web in the street in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo. Salamanca, 200 miles (316 km) north of the capital Santiago, became Chile's first WiFi town in September. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet hailed the project as the first of its kind in South America and as a major step toward "cutting the gap between rich and poor, between the capital and the regions, between the large and small cities". To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/Files (CHILE)
CHILE-WIRELESS/
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January 08, 2007
A placard on a door that reads, "Handcrafts antennas to the WI FI" is seen along a street in Salamanca...
Salamanca, Chile
To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/
A placard on a door that reads, "Handcrafts antennas to the WI FI" is seen along a street in Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo. Salamanca, 200 miles (316 km) north of the capital Santiago, became Chile's first WiFi town in September. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet hailed the project as the first of its kind in South America and as a major step toward "cutting the gap between rich and poor, between the capital and the regions, between the large and small cities". To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/Files (CHILE)
CHILE-WIRELESS
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December 15, 2006
A local surfs the Web in the street in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo....
Santiago, Chile
A local surfs the Web in the street Salamanca
A local surfs the Web in the street in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo. Salamanca, 200 miles (316 km) north of the capital Santiago, became Chile's first WiFi town in September. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet hailed the project as the first of its kind in South America and as a major step toward "cutting the gap between rich and poor, between the capital and the regions, between the large and small cities". To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/Files (CHILE)
CHILE-WIRELESS
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December 15, 2006
A man surfs the Web in the street in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo....
Santiago, Chile
A man surfs the Web in the street in the northern Salamanca town
A man surfs the Web in the street in the northern Salamanca town in this December 15, 2006 file photo. Salamanca, 200 miles (316 km) north of the capital Santiago, became Chile's first WiFi town in September. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet hailed the project as the first of its kind in South America and as a major step toward "cutting the gap between rich and poor, between the capital and the regions, between the large and small cities". To match feature CHILE-WIRELESS/ REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado/Files (CHILE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard poses during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which...
Paris, France
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard poses during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at...
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard poses during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone...
Paris, France
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone...
France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones...
Paris, France
Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Lombard hold telephones during a presentation...
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones...
Paris, France
Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Lombard hold telephones during a presentation...
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's chairman Didier Lombard hold telephones during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a press conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single...
Paris, France
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at a news conference in...
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single...
Paris, France
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at a news conference in...
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's Chairman Didier Lombard hold mobile...
Paris, France
Wenes, CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's Chairman Lombard hold mobile phones during presentation...
Louis-Pierre Wenes (L), CEO of Orange France, and France Telecom's Chairman Didier Lombard hold mobile phones during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single...
Paris, France
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at a news conference in...
A man holds a mobile phone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE
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September 25, 2006
Louis-Pierre Wenes, CEO of Orange France, holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik...
Paris, France
Wenes, CEO of Orange France, holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone at...
Louis-Pierre Wenes, CEO of Orange France, holds a telephone during a presentation of the hybrid Unik telephone which offers, from a single number, standard fixed and mobile connections as well as VoiP using either WiFi or GSM networks at a news conference in Paris September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
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