Intel puts hotspot on the North Pole

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Intel puts hotspot on the North Pole

Intel is contributing to global warming, the company admitted Thursday. Not the bad kind, though. Two employees at Intel Russia have erected what may be the world’s most northerly Wi-Fi hotspot 130 kilometres from the North Pole.

The hotspot was built in the Arctic Region at the Barneo ice camp, a tent complex used by scientists, researchers and rescue crews during the month of April, when ice conditions are safe.

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