3G coverage in Olympic Park a hit for sharing inappropriate photos

In the true spirit of in-depth, hard-hitting IT reporting, the ladies of Computer Weekly (and one male who will remain anonymous) headed down to the Olympic Park last night to test out what the mobile coverage for spectators is really like.
We were there as part of on-going research into the Olympic Park’s 3G and Wi-Fi coverage and we can tell you that we experienced some very *interesting* results.
We found, surprisingly, that we were able to send a lot of photos via email, message and social networking sites to our jealous friends who were not so lucky to attend Team GB v Team USA Men’s Water Polo.
Interestingly, 3G coverage was much better than Wi-Fi, but deep down, we were more interested in the back-end solutions…
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