Commuter Fix

For infoworkers on the move, the wireless Internet is popping up on planes, trains and automobiles

FRANK'S FANCY LINCOLN HAS EVERYTHING A ROAD warrior could want: plush leather seats, extra legroom and a sleek fold-down desk that can be positioned just so. There's a bottle of spring water in the cup holder to my left and a pile of individually wrapped Life Savers under the armrest. A screen suspended from the ceiling is playing a DVD. But here's the real perk of this ride: I can surf the Web on my laptop from the back-seat of this automobile while Frank, the driver, takes me wherever I want to go.

I'm online thanks to a wireless hub in...

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