ALSO NOTED: U.S. Wireless Online offering free WiFi access in La.; Intel pledges gear for Katrina relief effort; and much more.

> Louisville, Kentucky-based U.S. Wireless Online is offering free WiFi access at its Baton Rouge Hot Zone and all hotspots in Louisiana. Story

> Intel pledges 1500 PCs, wireless APs, and technical support for Hurricane Katrina disaster relief efforts. Story

> Brevard County, Florida-based Health First has deployed BlueSecure 5000 Controllers to provide wireless access to patients and their families in three hospitals and hospice house locations. Release

> Metric: Only 25 percent of business travelers use WiFi. Release

> Nikon puts WiFi support in new cameras. Release

> Kodak shows WiFi SDIO card. Story

> Netgear joins the WiMax Forum. Release

And Finally... All future homes will have one thing in common: ZigBee-controlled home networking. Analysis

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