TAIPEI, Taiwan (Reuters) -- Dennis Tseng is an avid Web surfer who loves
to hang out in Taipei's upmarket Hsinyi district, where wireless Internet
access is freely available to all.
Whether he's waiting outside a department store for his wife to finish
shopping or enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon at an outdoor cafe, Tseng
will whip out his electronic organizer to check his e-mail, make a
doctor's appointment or review movie listings.
It's the love of this kind of connectivity that is driving Taipei city
planners to build what they say will be the world's biggest "Wi-Fi"
network, making cheap, wireless Internet access available almost
everywhere in the Taiwan capital.
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