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a place of political unrest and potential violence

a point of relatively intense heat or radiation

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a lively entertainment spot

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M2 EQUITYBITES-October 10, 2013-iPass launches new online Wi-Fi Hotspot Locator for professionals on the move(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Susan Zechter, Founder of Celebrity HotSpots and Author of the Celebrity HotSpots guidebook series, states "There are many celebrity-oriented sites that focus on what celebrities are wearing, who they have or have not been dating, or simply are all about gossip.
According to Vex it has already installed Wi-Fi hotspots in 33 McDonald's outlets in the country, in the first phase of deployment.
According to the company, the aim of the programme is to guarantee users that a HotSpot has been properly installed and configured, and that it really offers wireless Internet access at no charge.
The next generation of the hotspot is the "hotzone," a larger geographical area consisting of multiple hotspots, such as the six-block-wide hotzone in San Jose, Calif.
5 million this year to more than a half billion by 2007, while the number of connections needed to support these hotspots will grow ten-fold during the same period.
The hotspots vary in size from the surviving original cover of the entirety of southeast Asia and central America, to the 2,000 square kilometers of forest remaining along the eastern Kenya-Tanzania border.
The Geosat data show that in the cases of Iceland and the Azores, a bulge of unusually thick and elevated crust extends from the two hotspots in both directions along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
Each jet apparently terminates in a series of spectacular hotspots.
Yet, the number and types of mobile hotspots is growing almost daily and In-Stat (www.
Instead of rising straight up through the mantle, the columns of rock that feed hotspots might resemble palm trees in a storm, swaying in the surrounding turbulence.
Their large established user base can now use hotspots across our entire European footprint, which includes previously underserved areas in Eastern Europe such as Poland, Romania and the Czech Republic.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-25 January 2006-Number of free Wi-Fi HotSpots in Europe increases - report(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
NEW YORK -- Wi-Fi hotspots are continuing their torrid growth in 2008.
com, a European free Wi-Fi service provider, announced on Thursday (29 September) that it is currently installing free HotSpots in Paris and London and is launching its programme to provide free Wi-Fi service throughout Europe.