ALSO NOTED: Study: People who use WiFi tend to read email more often; Ruckus Wireless announces the latest version of MetroFlex

> See this useful Unstrung discussion of hot spot aggregator WeRoam. 

> Brian Tanner, 21, of Palmer, Alaska, is waiting for word of any convictions of criminal wrongdoing for using a public library's free Wifi internet for on-line gaming after hours. Article

> The Pew Internet and American Life Project has just released as study showing that people who use WiFi tend to read their email more often.

> The Saskatchewan government is bringing WiFi to four cities on the planes of Canada.

> Atheros Communications announced it has shipped a total of more than 100 million wireless WLAN chipsets to date since it began shipping such chips. In 2006, the company has shipped more than 40 million of that total.

> Ruckus Wireless announced the latest version of its MetroFlex, a WiFi in-home connectivity gadget, and the product is listed as a preferred provider on Google's Web site

> And finally… Perhaps built-in WiFi has not done much to help the sales of Microsoft's Zune or the less-well-known Music Gremlin, but WiFi-equipped digital audio players are here to stay. Report

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