Nintendo plans to set up as many as 1,000 WiFi hotspots in Japan, to encourage users of the DS to play games via WiFi. The hotspots will be in locations such as toy stores and department stores, enabling retailers to demo WiFi games. Nintendo also plans to roll out hotspots in other markets as well, though no timetable has been set. No word on whether the hotspots will require any kind of authentication to keep non-DS users out, but it's a safe bet that if you see groups of laptop-wielding salarymen squatting on the floor in Hakuhinkan’s game department, the network is wide open.
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