ALSO NOTED: Mindspeed shows suite for VoIP processors; NZ payphones are hotspots; and much more...

> Mindspeed Technologies shows a comprehensive wireless software suite for its Comcerto VoIP processor family. Report

> New Zealand Telecom has launched a pilot program using payphones as WiFi hotspots. Report

> Some people do not like the FON concept of Foneros sharing their WiFi. See criticism--and skepticism--in this blog entry.

> HTC is showing its TyTN ("titan"), a business-oriented 3G Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC phone, offering tri-band UMTS/HSDPA, quadband GSM/EDGE, Bluetooth v2.0, and WiFi - both 802.11b and g. Report

And finally... No free lunch: A 20-year-old Internet enthusiast was arrested and charged with theft of services after leeching off an unsecured network at Vancouver, WA's Brewed Awakenings coffee house for more than three months. Report

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