ALSO NOTED: NJ counties to create WiFi zone; D-Link's new router; and much more...

> Two New Jersey counties--Camden and Gloucester--are contemplating creating a two-county WiFi zone. Report

> D-Link's Xtreme N DIR-655, described by the company as its "most powerful wireless home network router," can now display Microsoft's Works with Windows Vista logo. Report

And finally... Here we go again: Back in November, referring to its pending acquisition of Airgo, Qualcomm announced that it was working on an 802.11n design that would comply with ver. 2.0 of the standard. Trouble is, there is no ver. 2.0 of 802.11n. Never mind, Qualcomm is not a company to be deterred by such trivialities. In evidence, this latest release: "Qualcomm has selected Jacket Micro Devices' M20006 and M20007 RF modules for its draft 2.0 compliant 802.11n AGN400 chipset reference design. Report

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