City Council Takes Steps Toward Free Internet Access Throughout Los AngelesFree Internet access across the city of Angels? It appears to be on the way.
LA Subway Riders Can Now Access Wi-Fi, Cell Phone ServiceThe Los Angeles subway system will soon get Wi-Fi and cellular phone service, enabling passengers to make and receive calls and surf the Internet while underground.
Officials Issue Public Call For Telecoms To Develop Free Wi-Fi Network Free wireless broadband service in the city of Los Angeles took another step closer to becoming a reality Monday.
Free Wi-Fi Internet Plan Aimed At 'Win-Win' For Public, Private Sectors A City Council committee was expected Tuesday to discuss a proposal that would provide free wireless Internet access throughout the city of Los Angeles.
Some Local Café Owners Say Free Wi-Fi Drains BusinessSome local coffee shop owners say that offering free Wi-Fi to patrons has been draining their business.
Councilman Wants To Give Angelenos Free, Citywide Wi-FiA Los Angeles city councilman wants residents to have access to free, citywide wireless Internet service.
STAPLES Center, Verizon Launch Free High-Speed Wireless For FansConcertgoers and sports fans can now send photos and post video to social media sites thanks to a free Wi-Fi service that’s being launched at STAPLES Center.
City Council Approves Plan For Free Wi-Fi At LAXThe City Council has approved a plan to offer free Wi-Fi at Los Angeles International Airport, starting in mid-July.
Keep Your Wallet Fat With These Internet FreebiesCBS2's Sibila Vargas spoke to a consumer advocate about the best places to find free goods on the Internet.
Apple Says iPhones Don't Store Location DataApple says the idea that iPhones store their users' locations is based on a misunderstanding of how the phones help determine where they are.
Motorola To Sell Xoom Wi-Fi Tablet For $599Motorola Mobility says it will start selling a Wi-Fi-only version of its Xoom tablet computer for $599 on March 27.
Time Warner Launches iPad App With Live TVTime Warner Cable is launching the first iPad application from a cable or satellite company that plays live TV.

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