Today Wi-Fi connects our phones, tablets, wearables, gaming consoles, even our refrigerators. But what does the future hold for Wi-Fi? Can it thrive to power next-gen connectivity? The short answer is yes, but our CTO Dr. Derek Peterson recently penned the below article that will tell you why Wi-Fi is in fact here to stay. It originally appeared on Fortune magazine. Enjoy!
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Our friends at InMotion Entertainment have a fabulous deal for airport shoppers: buy any Wi-Fi enabled product and receive a complimentary one-hour Boingo Wi-Fi access pass (while supplies last). The deal is available at the following Boingo-enabled airports in the U.S.: ATL – Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport at Concourses A, B, C, D, E DEN – Denver International Airport at Concourses A and B EWR – Newark Liberty International Airport at Terminals B and C IAD – Washington Dulles International Airport at Terminal A IAH – George Bush Intercontinental Airport at Terminal E and International Arrivals Building JFK – John F. Kennedy International Airport at Terminal 8 and British Airways Terminal LGA – La Guardia Airport at entrance to C Gates and US Air Terminal MEM – Memphis International Airport at Terminal B MSP – Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport at Main Terminal ORD – Chicago O’Hare International Airport at Terminals 1 and 3 STL – Lambert-St. Louis International Airport at Terminals A, C, E InMotion Entertainment shops are a traveling gadget lover’s hub for electronics, accessories and entertainment. They have locations at 31 U.S. airports and a total of 54 shops. InMotion offers a variety of the latest electronics, including MP3 players, DVD players, gaming devices, cameras and more. If you forgot certain travel accessories — headphones, auto/air adaptors, power accessories —