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New York City subway commuters can now make calls and access the Internet on mobile devices in 36 underground subway stations. The first phase of the city project brings wireless access to some of the busiest travel hubs, including stations at Rockefeller Center and Times Square. Transit officials hope to expand the access to 40 additional stations in Manhattan and other boroughs by the first quarter of next year. The project will be funded entirely through fees paid by wireless carriers.
Meanwhile, singer Michael Bublé brightened up a morning commute today when he performed "Who's Lovin You" with the a capella group Naturally 7 in the subway station below Lincoln Center. The song is from his newly released album.