We heard Virgin is set to pump Wi-Fi down London’s tube in time for the Olympics, but it seems it’s not just the tunnel-loving that’ll get some free Wi-Fi this year -- London Overground’s getting The Cloud in to cover its stations too. The best thing is it’ll remain free forever, not just a brief free summer romance of the tube.
O2 has put an end to its Wi-Fi hotspot sharing arrangement with The Cloud, a comfortable little agreement which used to allow O2 subscribers to enjoy a bit of turbo-charged data access while out and about.
These luxury residential towers, set to be completed in Seoul in 2015, are supposed to be evocative of a pixelated cloud floating overhead. But to be honest, the only thing they remind me of are September 11. How did no one cry foul?