ALSO NOTED: New use for VoWiFi; SIPquest introduced Mobile Console; and much more...

> According to a recent In-Stat survey, more than one-third of WiFi users only use free WiFi connections. Will cellular data pricing damper future for-pay WiFi services? Article.

> New use for VoWiFi: Connecting rural communities in Outer Mongolia. Article

> SIPquest introduced Mobile Console, a software application residing in mobile handsets, delivering personal command and control of communications services over WiFi, WiFi/GSM, or WiFi/CDMA network interfaces. Article.

And Finally... "Mayor Menino [of Boston] doesn't need 22 hacks and six months to start turning Boston into a WiFi city. He just needs two techies, a box of cheap WiFi routers, and a van." Says who? Brett Arends, the Boston Herald's financial analysts. Analysis.

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