ALSO NOTED: Fortress, AirMagnet sign OEM agreement; Stealing WiFi; and much more...

> Fortress entered an OEM agreement with AirMagnet and will re-brand AirMagnet's sensors and software to sell to enterprises. Report

> Some people pay a monthly fee for their WiFi service, others steal from their neighbors. Story

> WiFi brings convenience, security vulnerabilities. Case Studies

> Aruba says that its system's security was able to withstand a series of sustained intrusion and hacking efforts during the latest DefCon event. Story

> VoIP providers receive E911 delay until September 28. Story

> NextWeb will acquire Huntington Beach, California-based 1st Universe to strengthen its network, which is built on the emerging WiMax specifications. Story

> Airspan is teaming up with mmWave Technologies to resell Airspan's WipLL and WiMax broadband wireless products in Canada. Release

> Bluesocket is shipping the new 802.11a/b/g BlueSecure AP 1500. Report

> Metric: RFID market estimated to reach $3 billion worldwide by 2007. Report

> LinksysInfo reaches an impressive milestone: 60,000 registered users. Website

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