ALSO NOTED: picoChip, Wintegra to develop reference designs for WiMax basestations; Telecom New Zealand's prepaid WiFi hotspots

> picoChip and Wintegra announced joint development of reference designs for a new generation of WiMax basestations (BS). Report

> Telecom New Zealand will deploy prepaid WiFi hotspots service. Report

> Madison, WI, to install city-wide WiFi network. Story

> WiFi TV Espanol is launching with 25 live Spanish language TV channels. Report | Channels

> UWB chip startup Alereon has been given $20 million of series B venture funding and said it will have chips in production by the first quarter of 2006. This latest round brings Alereon's funding total to $54.5 million. Release

> Canon to launch Ixy camera with built-in WiFi. Story

And Finally... While the rest of the world is debating WiMax standards, Korea is pushing forward with its own version of the technology. Report

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