SPOTLIGHT: Intel: Tourists care about hotspots

Intel said tourists are increasingly likely to make vacation destinations in exotic locations based on WiFi availability. The company attributes the trend partly to the proliferation of digital cameras, email and instant messaging. Intel recently conducted a poll of the top 10 Asia-Pacific wireless hotspots that includes locations in Hong Kong, Sydney, Singapore, Beijing and Shanghai. Article

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