July 30, 2007 - The recent EU decision concerning the Prague Wi-Fi project gains considerable importance because that decision has clarified when a municipality may set up its own network even when there are adequate services available from private network operators.
May 14, 2007 - The network is designed not only to keep the City of London competitive
as one of the world's leading business districts, but also to support
secure access and private data networks for the emergency services and
other government services in the city.
April 02, 2007 - Freifunk, a free user-run network, is spreading like wildfire. In Berlin, it already covers more than one tenth of the city providing possible Internet access to about 350, 000 people. The Leipzig and Weimar communities are growing. And the model is starting to spring up to other countries.
March 15, 2007 - First the city was going provide free wireless Internet access. Now, due to telcom opposition, this has changed to a competitive commercial service. And still telcom operators are kicking up a fuss trying to stop it.
February 01, 2007 - Wireless@SG is the Singaporean initiative to deploy island-wide wireless access for citizens and for the time being it's free. Singapore is now the second nation in Asia after Taipei to possess an anytime, anywhere wireless broadband service.