ALSO NOTED: Keep an eye on the microwave; WiMax equipment revenue hits €13.4M; and much more...

> Remember that, when networking wirelessly, you should keep an eye on the microwave. Report

> Duke University's CIO Tracey Futhy. Interview

> Worldwide WiMax equipment revenue hit €13.4 million and is projected to grow to €101.9 million in 2005, according to market analysis firm Infonetics Research. Report

> Big steps await WiMax in the near future. Story

> You may want to download this useful table comparing different 802.16 chips. Table

> Space shuttle's fuel gauge problems highlight growing role of sensor networks -- and the attendant problems. Release

> Lockheed Martin selects Zebra for RFID label printing. Release

> Linux Bluetooth hackers highjack car audio. Story

And Finally... The mandate from Wal-Mart and the Department of Defense has made RFIDs a cause célèbre. This is not all good news. Discussion | Report

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