Now you can stay connected on the go. Metro Transit is testing wireless internet on several of its routes in the Twin Cities.
Every Friday, Heather Brown takes a moment to answer some of your various Good Questions. This week, she looks at a timely colloquialism, the flavor of nothing, and a word that stands for, well, you’ll find out.
A Mall of America representative confirmed Monday that the mall plans to have a free Wi-Fi system in time for the holiday season.
As technology begins to take on a greater role in education, the St. Paul, Minn. school district is trying to make it accessible to all students with a new grant. Comcast announced Tuesday that it gave $50,000 to non-profit community organizations in St. Paul to create, “Internet Essential Learning Zones.”
Along with deciding where to let Lake Vermilion State Park visitors pitch tents, developers are grappling whether people will be able to surf the Internet around campfires.
It’s become an expectation: Wi-Fi at the coffee shop; Wi-Fi at the airport.
Travelers at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will now have access to free Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi will soon be available at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Advanced Wireless Group (AWG), the company who will provide the service, announced it was awarded the five-year contract, and it starts up on Oct. 1.
Today we talked about the digital divide. 100 million Americans are without access to the internet.
You no longer need a cord to post the digital pictures from your camera online.
A lot of Twins fans were snapping pictures at the home opener Friday, especially at the Tony Oliva statue unveiling. Now, it’s easier to share those pictures.