ALSO NOTED: Rise of the WiFi thug; Public access WLAN services in Asia; and much more...

> The rise of the WiFi thug -- read and beware. Story

> Public access WLAN services in Asia are now mostly provided by telcos and mobile operators; in North Asia, they are perceived as a value add for subscriber customers. Report

> Xirrus enhances VoWiFi support. Release

> Vivato shows its new VA4200 tri-mode 802.11a/b/g AP/bridge. Release

> Motorola, Cisco team on enterprise mobility. Story

> T-Mobile Netherlands gives live demonstration of HSDPA in practice. Story

> Linksys shows wireless-G broadband router with SRX. Story

> Americatel Peru to build WiMax-ready network in Latin America using Alvarion's BreezeMAX. Report

And Finally... Not for nothing did Intel's Andrew Grove title his autobiography Only the Paranoid Survive; security experts suggest you could do worse than adopt this approach to your wireless network. Discussion

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