Allows any number of computers in one or more areas for attendees and exhibitors to browse the Internet and stay in touch with the office.
a particular cafe what supplies tea/coffee/minerals, basic snacks in addition to internet access on behalf of a particular min
a public place -such as a club or restaurant- where the venue features computers hooked up to the Internet
a walk-in, store-front service providing Internet access and services
HCC's Cyber Cafe is located in the Galley (cafeteria). Students can access the internet free of charge. Back to the top
A public place offering Internet access for a fee.
A cafe where online services are available.Patrons can surf the Internet or play computer games, while meeting others with similar interests and sharing computer knowledge.Cybercafes originated in New York and are now available around the world; travelers can use cybercafes to connect to online services when away from home.