back to article London gains lead in transatlantic battle for Wi-Fi supremacy

London's economic frothiness has won it the title of Wi-Fi capital of the world, in news which is sure to terrify Notting Hill's designer tinfoil hat Earth mother brigade. For the first time, London has overtaken New York for hotspot numbers, according to RSA's annual survey. The UK capital clocked up 7,130 Wi-Fi networks in …

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Duplicate story...

Suspiciously like this story: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/06/14/rsa_wireless_survey/

C'mon subeditors!

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Tinfoil hats

You know what'd be really evil? Just publish a study showing that tinfoil hats cause cancer. I'd love to see them scurrying for a new radio wave blocker. Or better yet, just say that alien mind reading rays PREVENT cancer.

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Rule Britannia!

If there is one good thing I can say about this government, they've made London the financial capital of the world.

More and more IPO's are heading to London and not NY, great news for the whole of the UK.

Rule Britannia!

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Re: Duplicate story...

Perhaps they're trying to make the Slashdot readers feel more at home ;)

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