Do you remember the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) project? Computers all over the world have been searching for extraterrestrial life for 14 years now under this project. Volunteers simply install a program called SETI@home, which downloads data from the SETI servers and analyzes it in the background (at the lowest priority) whenever processing capacity is available. This same principle is being applied to the WLAN to Go project, which is weaving Germany's biggest wireless network. Users will be able to share their domestic WiFi with other users by means of a special router that can automatically connect two hotspots. End result: Wherever you go, Wi-Fi is already there.