Are Wi-Fi Signals Making You Sick?CBS 2's Marissa Bailey talks with a woman who suffers from something called electromagnetic hypersensitivity.
Transportation Expert Believes Metra Will Eventually Put Wi-Fi In Trains
Libraries To Launch 'Internet To Go,' Loan Wi-Fi Devices To PatronsResidents in underserved areas with limited home access to the Internet will soon be able to go to the library and take the web with them.
Chicago-Hub Amtrak Trains To Get Free InternetThe passenger train company says Wi-Fi will be installed on the Chicago-to-Carbondale and Chicago-to-Quincy lines. It'll also be expanded to all four roundtrips on Chicago-to-St. Louis trains; those trains also stop in Springfield.
City Launches Free Wi-Fi At 5 BeachesPosting pictures to social media of your day at the beach or answering a work email while soaking up the sun is easier now at a handful of spots along the lake, with five Chicago beaches now offering free wi-fi.
Ford Demonstrates New Computerized Safety SystemsFord Motor Company brought cars and dreams of safer roads to Yorktown Shopping Center on Wednesday to demonstrate new systems that foresee crashes and head them off with WiFi, radar and GPS.
Free Wi-Fi Goes Online On North Halsted StreetFree wi-fi access is now available anywhere on the Boystown strip of North Halsted Street.
CTA Signs With Sprint For Subway Cellular ServiceThe last major holdout among cell phone firms has signed a contract with CTA to hook up reception in its two major subways.