Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Boingo Wireless Adds Android Support
Los Angeles-based Boingo Wireless, which operates a network of Wi-Fi access points in airports, hotels, and other public areas, said today that it has rolled out a new hotspot finder and connection manager for Google's Android operating system. According to the firm, its software--which helps Boingo's customers determine if there's a wireless network available, and will login the user to the network--runs on all Android smartphones, including the T-Mobile G1 and Vodafone HTC Magic. Android is the open source, mobile operating system being developed by Google.