ALSO NOTED: TerraTec shows WiFi Internet radio; Maxisat selects Ruckus Wireless WiFi system; and much more...

> TerraTec is showing its Noxon 2, a WiFi Internet radio and network audio player. Release

> New Rochelle, NY, will offer an outdoor wireless Internet network in the city's downtown. Report

> Farther north, the city of Poughkeepsie installed a high-speed WiFi network to connect police department's patrol cars to HQ. Report

> Finnish triple-play provider Maxisat has selected the Ruckus Wireless smart WiFi system. Report

> Infonetics: Worldwide telecom/datacom equipment market will grow to $143.5 billion by 2009, up 33 percent from $107.9 billion in 2005. Release

> Nearly 20 percent of broadband subscribers in the U.S. and Europe now use WiFi technology to access the Internet wirelessly, according to a recent report from Strategy Analytics. Report

> IP Multimedia Subsystem technology is being held back by equipment vendors' poor adherence to standards and by conflict between competing factions within telecoms companies, industry experts say. Report

And Finally... If you are a couch potato, now you can be a jogging potato: If you have a home broadband connection, then that Windows Mobile PDA in your pocket has just become your television. With a $249.99 Sling Media Slingbox and the just-released SlingPlayer Mobile software ($29.99), you can watch your living-room television wherever you can get WiFi or a cellular 3G connection on your device running Windows Mobile Pocket PC 5.0 and 2003 Second Edition. Report

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