ALSO NOTED: Nokia launches WLAN-capable 9300i smartphone in India; Muni-WiFi for Madison, WI?; and much more...

> Nokia has launched the WLAN-capable Nokia 9300i smartphone in India. Release

> WeRoam has agreed to extend AT&T's WiFi roaming capabilities, initially by more than 5,000 new WiFi locations, with up to another 5,000 additional new locations to become available during first quarter 2006. Report

> The RFID market keeps expanding. Report

> Madison, WI, is moving a step closer to offering muni-WiFi. Report

> A commercial version of Calypso A from Calypso Wireless is now available. Release

> The WiMedia Alliance said its first formal interoperability workshop successfully demonstrated initial interoperability among five different manufacturers: Alereon, Staccato Communications, Realtek Semiconductor, WiQuest Communications and Wisair. Report

> WiMax pioneer Alvarion reported that fourth-quarter revenue reached $46.5 million, up 3 percent from $45 million in the third quarter, but down 17 percent from $55.9 million a year ago. Report

And Finally... The ancient walled city of Derry, Northern Ireland (the walls around the city date from the 17th century), will begin to offer muni-WiFi. Release

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