Motel 6 will may be keeping the lights on for you, but Internet connectivity from their hotels will cost you extra.
AT&T has entered into a contract with Motel 6 to provide managed Internet services. It’s likely what the PR-speak (below) actually means is that AT&T will provide connectivity to the hotels so that . . . → Read More: We’ll Leave the Lights On For You, but WiFi Will Cost
And now, another entry into Kramer’s “Elements of Bad Wireless Site Design.” T-Mobile constructed a wireless site at a church in Milton, Mass. The antennas are installed so that they are visible in the church’s tower. The photo here, taken by my colleague, Claude shows the antenna as visibly installed, and then I’ve overlaid a . . . → Read More: Elements of Bad Wireless Site Design
As first discussed in THIS POST, T-Mobile wanted to fling open the doors to public property for temporary cell sites during/after certain emergencies. The bill was as drafted and later modified was riddled with problems and inconsistencies, and would have damaged Homeland Security.
I’m pleased to report that last week, SB 1252 was gutted by . . . → Read More: New California Wireless Bill is DEAD
Two Billion may suffer from cell phone cancers by 2020. Or maybe not. Or maybe it’ll be cancer induced by space aliens. Or maybe not. Or maybe it’ll be global warming, or global cooling, or…
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