ALSO NOTED: NetGear's new RangeMax 240; Airpath Wireless to support Boston public WiFi; and much more...

> NetGear has launched its RangeMax 240 range of WiFi products in Australia, claiming they provide users with wireless speeds of up to 240Mbps. Story.

> Boston's public WiFi project has selected Airpath Wireless to supply the planned system's administration and control platform. Report.

> Socket Communications announced the Go Wi-Fi! P500, an 802.11g CF WLAN card for Windows Mobile 2003/SE & 5.0 Mobile based devices. Press release.

> Azonic Systems is showing of its WiMax-compliant MAXGear family of products, which include base stations, subscriber stations, associated radios and antennas in the 5.8, 3.5 and 2.5 GHz frequency bands for both point-to-multipoint and point-to-point deployments. Report.

And finally...We don't know whether "in-depth analysis" and "Mario Kart DS on the Nintendo WiFi connection" go well together, but this analysis tries. 

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