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Au Bon Pain Apologizes for Blocking LGBT Sites, Blames Wi-Fi Provider

By Bobby McGuire | Thursday Jan 16, 2014
Officials from Au Bon Pain took to the fast-casual chain’s Tumblr Wednesday to apologize for blocking its Wi-Fi users from accessing pro-choice and LGBT sites, like EDGE.

Au Bon Pain Blocks EDGE, Other LGBT News Content on Free WiFi

By Bobby McGuire | Wednesday Jan 15, 2014
If you’re looking to catch up with the latest news from EDGE on your laptop while enjoying a croissant and hearty corn chowder, you may want to bypass national eatery Au Bon Pain.

AT&T expands Wi-Fi zones in public spaces

By Peter Svensson | Wednesday Dec 29, 2010
AT&T Inc. is expanding Wi-Fi access for its subscribers in New York and introducing it in San Francisco, adding data capacity in two cities with heavy wireless network use from the iPhone and other devices.

48 Hours in Los Angeles

By William Kapfer | Sunday Feb 28, 2010
It is always a pleasure to escape winter. A cosmopolitan juggernaut full of wild nights, tasty treats and trendy trysts, 48 hours in Los Angeles makes one weak. Thanks to Delta Air Lines and the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills for a whirlwind two days.

Wi-Fi for travelers becomes Web marketing lure

By Peter Svensson | Wednesday Nov 11, 2009
Google, Yahoo, eBay and Microsoft, competitors on the Web, all have the same idea for marketing themselves this holiday season: temporarily providing free Wi-Fi access in airports, airplanes and public places.

New Wi-Fi technology to let gadgets talk directly

By Jessica Mintz | Thursday Oct 15, 2009
Starting in mid-2010, new versions of gadgets like cameras, cell phones and computers will be able to talk to each other using Wi-Fi without needing to connect to a wireless network first.

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