Google bids to help San Francisco go wireless

@ 2005/10/01
SAN FRANCISCO--Google ended months of speculation late Friday afternoon by submitting a proposal to offer a free wireless Internet service to the city of San Francisco.

The proposal, which is one of a range of proposals being submitted both by large communications firms and small start-ups, is in response to a TechConnect program proposed by the city's mayor, Gavin Newsom, this year. Newsom has positioned the program as a way to offer universal and affordable broadband Internet access to the city's residents and businesses.

Comment from Sidney @ 2005/10/01
What's wrong with Daley, Mayor of Chicago??

 

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