ALSO NOTED: Nikon WiFi cameras; Telstra offering free WiFi down under; and much more...

> Nikon's new WiFi-capable Coolpix P1 and P2 compact digicams hit the market this week at $749 and $649, respectively. Last week Kodak began shipping its own WiFi camera. Story

> Telstra is offering free access to its new WiFi hotspot network until the end of this month, while continuing to expand the network all over Australia. Story

>  Digi International is showing the industry's first 802.11b WLAN device server offering WPA2 and 802.11i security while also being backward-compatible with the WPA standard. Report

> Navini is working with BT on trial pre-WiMax systems for the UK market. Release

And Finally... BWA systems are typically line-of-site, making them costly and technically tricky. WiMax comes to the rescue and will shape the future of BWA. Analysis

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