ALSO NOTED: Gage's new Nexus turnkey system; Bezeq to launch WiFi phone by the end of '07;and much more...

> People who live in Michigan must be enjoying themselves: First, the Tigers won the World Series, and now coffee shops in Grand Rapids begin to offer WiFi service to their patrons. Report

> Gage is showing its new Nexus turnkey system for testing 802.11 a,b,g, j, and n. Report

> Bezeq, Israel's national communication provider, is looking to launch a WiFi phone by the fourth quarter of 2007. Report

> Aruba Networks has won the "Clear Choice" award from Network World during the publication's test of large-scale WiFi and (VoFi) solutions. Press release

 > D-Link shows draft-802.11n series. Report

> Samsung will next year roll out mobile WiMAX in China. Report

And finally... The Zune is coming out next week (see "Today's Spotlight"), but it is not the only WiFi media player out there. Some argue that the Archos 604 is  better by some measures.

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