Wireless technology isn’t just for your laptop anymore. Matt Kelly has the details on how a new initiative will help whole cities join the wireless revolution.

Have you noticed a lot more rabbit ear antennas dangling from stoplights and freeway signs near your home? It could be a sign that your hometown is turning into a digital community.

Cities around the globe are waking up to the fact that wireless technology can do a lot more than help someone in a coffee shop surf the web. It can also help cities operate better.

Cities like Philadelphia and Cleveland are teaming up with Intel to help bring broadband wireless Internet technologies to city workers, residents, businesses, schools and visitors.

Emergency response teams in places like Corpus Cristi, Texas, are using their Centrino Tablet PCs to locate accidents, diagnose injuries and then file reports wirelessly right from the scene.

More information about Digital Communities can be found at Intel.com/go/digitalcommunities.