ALSO NOTED: Free WiFi too expensive for Pasadena; ZigBee gets Extreme Makeover; and much more...

> Pasadena, California, was eager to offer free WiFi to its citizens but got sticker shock. Story

> Qtek shows new versions of two mobile smartphones which can run Windows Mobile 5 with wireless networking capabilities. Story

> UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund, the private-equity investment arm of UPS, is investing in RFID-maker G2 Microsystems. Story

>  Salt Lake City-based Control4 donated a ZigBee-based home automation system to an Arkansas family on ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Release

> Start-up ZigBee developer Ember opens a new facility in Cambridge, England. Story

> CSR has acquired Bangalore, India-based UbiNetics for $48 million. Story

> Survey: Consumers still don't fully understand WiFi's potential. Report

And Finally... Forget the timeless debate over who should run the home -- the husband or the wife -- sensor networks should run the home. Analysis

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