Former CableFAX colleague John Ourand, who now reports for the Sports Business Journal, is on the ground at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and he says he was able to  post a photo on Facebook via his iPhone, update his Twitter account without Wi-Fi and Skype with his kids via the Mac – all during the opening ceremonies Friday night. “With more than 80,000 fans crammed into Olympic Stadium, the Brits figured out how to provide enough cell coverage to allow me to use my iPhone the way it was intended,” he blogs. “I can’t send an email during early season Wizards games with 10,000 disinterested fans in D.C.’s Verizon Center, but the opening ceremony was no problem.”

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