in: Wi-fi buses drive rural web use

in: Wi-fi buses drive rural web use
Buses equipped with wi-fi are being used to deliver web content to remote rural villages in the developing world. In rural India and parts of Rwanda, Cambodia and Paraguay, the vehicles offer web content to computers with no internet connection. The buses and a fleet of motorcycles update their pages in cities before visiting the hard-to-reach communities. As well as offering popular pages, the United Villages project also allows users to request specific information.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/6506193.stm

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