They say that Samsung has spotted all these business travelers sat on the floor in the corridors of airports near the only available power socket and decided to offer them a little bit more: ...At these power stations, passengers can usually charge their gadgets free, and at Dallas-Fort Worth there are even a few kiosks for checking e-mail messages without paying a fee.

An article in the New York Times looks at how transport is becoming wired for wireless. They say that Samsung has spotted all these business travelers sat on the floor in the corridors of airports near the only available power socket and decided to offer them a little bit more:

Although airports are generally behind hotels in the amenity department, some services are popping up around the concourse that suggest a greater awareness of the mobile office challenges of business travelers.

Samsung, for instance, is sponsoring dozens of electronic charging stations in Dallas-Fort Worth, John F. Kennedy and Los Angeles International Airports, and Southwest Airlines has added more power outlets and work-friendly seating as part of its gate area redesign at Love Field in Dallas.

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