ALSO NOTED: D-Link offers update to 802.11n gear; Boingo adds Tokyo to roaming network; and much more...

> D-Link became the first to offer an update to its 802.11n WiFi gear. Article

> According to a new report from Maravedis Consultancy, WiMAX-enabled consumer electronics will account for up to nearly 70 percent of WiMAX consumer premise equipment by 2012. Article

> Gilat Satellite Networks said it entered into an OEM purchase and global marketing agreement with Proxim Wireless. Article

> Boingo said it added the Tokyo, Japan metropolitan WiFi network to its roaming system. Article

> A WiMAX startup called Horizon Wi-Com is trialing mobile WiMAX networks in several northeastern U.S. cities with plans to roll out commercially this summer. Article

> Wilkes-Barre, PA, chooses Frontier to build citywide WiFi. Article

And Finally... Retailers haven't learned much from the TJ Maxx data breach. Blog


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