4 thoughts on “America’s Most Unwired Cities”

  1. Please correct me if I’m wrong — didnt sprint use the Bay Area as the test bed for WiMax & Mobile Wimax network? Oh my bad, according to Forbes, it’s better to be wired down. Who cares?

  2. In the article, it mentions that 8% of home internet connections are wireless broadband. This is misleading because – how do they define “wireless broadband”? If it all means just connecting a WiFi router to home DSL/cable modem and then connect to internet, then probably that fact is true.

    But in reality, wireless broadband means connecting to internet through WiMax of EVDO/UMTS 3/3.5G networks.

  3. Forbes?
    SF must now be the most wired? The short Google mention seems off-Base (pun intended). The Google Wi-Fi map of Mountain View, Ca sure makes it look wired around there.

    I’d say my city is one of the most unwired. Mountain View, Hi 96771. My treehouse is wired but I think we have more people without electricity around here than SF and Atlanta has people without Internet connections.

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