3 Unesco heritage sites to soon get free Wi-Fi – Times of India

Times of India
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) which manages these sites has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Rail Tel Corporation to install free Wi-Fi services at the Red Fort, while they have done a tie-up with MTNL for providing internet
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Free Wi-Fi for everyone on Silversea Cruises – Sun Sentinel

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Every cruise passenger will have at least one hour of free Wi-Fi each day, Silversea said. However unlimited free Wi-Fi will be available to guests staying in owner’s, grand, royal, silver and medallion suites aboard its ocean ships, including Silver
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Apple Watch 2 Said to Feature FaceTime Camera, Expanded Wi-Fi Capabilities … – Mac Rumors

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A new Wi-Fi chip inside the Apple Watch 2 will expand the wrist-worn device’s iPhone-free Wi-Fi capabilities for basic tasks, possibly including text messaging, emailing and up-to-date weather data. The new wireless chipset will also enable Find my
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Historic spots to get free Wi-Fi – The Hindu

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Soon, tourists thronging Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun’s tomb will be able to use free Wi-Fi service. The Wi-Fi facility will be free for the first 30 minutes, after which, browsing will be chargeable and tourists will have to buy vouchers. The
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NHS England susses out pervasive WiFi with eye on wearables in clinical settings – MobiHealthNews

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NHS England explains that offering free WiFi in the health system’s facilities would reduce the administrative burden on doctors, nurses, and care staff. Administrative duties occupy, at most, 70 percent of a junior doctor’s day, NHS England explains.
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