ALSO NOTED: Belkin's new 802.11n equipment; Mac OS X security tool for WiFi; and much more...

> Last week Belkin revealed the company's new 802.11n draft 1.0 equipment along with an AP and a wireless card that goes with it. Both should be available in stores by September. Report

> Mac OS X security tool helps secure WiFi networks. Report

> The Wi-Fi Alliance said that the final name for its code-named Wi-Fi Simple Config would be WiFi Protected Setup. The program will help consumers to set up their WiFi network more securely. Report

> Trapeze Networks has closed on a $30 million round in new financing. Report

And Finally... Charles Darwin had his theory of evolution and this detailed article has its own: "A New Evolution: Sprint Sets 4G Agenda with Mobile WiMAX." Article

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