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Google Got Us a Holiday Present: Free Wi-Fi at Our Airport!

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Google, what have you ever done for us? Besides search, free email, YouTube, Blogger, GTalk, Chrome, Google Docs, etc. That's nice and all, but they've never given us a holiday present, until now. 


Google will be giving away free WiFi at some of America's busiest airpots starting now and ending on January 15, 2010. 

Travelers at Miami International, Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach will all get the gift of free internet connection (now there's no excuse to miss Riptide while you're away). Google only asks that you think about contributing to a charity. They'll match donations, up to $250,000 per airport. The airport that hosts the most charitable travelers will then be given extra money to give to a local charity. 

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