ALSO NOTED: T-Mobile claims 450K paid users; WiTopia.Net launches outsourced 802.1x support; and much more...

> T-Mobile said 450,000 people paid to use its WiFi service. Story

> WiFi, security, RFID occupy center stage at Mobile & Wireless World. Story

> WiTopia.Net launches outsourced 802.1x support. Story

> Microsoft has selected Aruba gear for a WLAN it is deploying in 277 buildings covering more than 17 million sq.ft. and serving more than 25,000 users. Story

> Vonage is giving away Linksys WiFi APs to US residents who sign up for Vonage calling plans by July 23. Story

> 17.6 million WLAN APs were sold on the consumer market in 2004. Story

And Finally... If you have been losing sleep over whether merging WiFi and GSM in a mobile handset would cause interference, you can rest easier. Analysis

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