How smartphones, tablets are killing Wi-Fi on city transit (via GeekWire)

It seemed like a scene from the future: Step onto a bus, find a good seat, crack open a laptop, log on to the Wi-Fi and stay connected for however long it takes to get to wherever you’re going.

But a few years later, the actual reality is much different — with public transit riders instead thumbing through their smartphones, reading their Kindles or browsing on tablets connected to mobile broadband networks…read more here.

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