> Wavesat, and innovative designer and supplier of WiMAX chipsets and software, has completed a significant new round of financing led by SK Telecom of Seoul, South Korea. Report
> In Japan they have a new mini-PC in the works, and this one comes from the unassuming Kohjisha company. This review says it bests the specs of most UMPCs while combining a 77-key keyboard; the SA1F00 may well be what aspiring UMPC fans have been waiting for.
> Tesco is showing two VoIP WiFi mobile handsets--one for the home and one for on-the-go. Report
> Puget Sound ferries used to offer free WiFi to ferry commuters; not anymore. The grant supporting the free service has run out, so as of December, commuters will have to pay $29.95 a month or $360 a year for the service. Report
> GaGe, the specialist in high-performance data acquisition solutions, has introduced new 802.11 WiFi testing systems. The NEXUS turn-key Wireless Testing Systems provide signal generation/analysis hardware and software required for testing of 802.11 a, b, g, j, and draft-n. Report
> Netgear's Skype WiFi phone receives the "Breakthrough Award" from Popular Mechanics magazine. Report
> Newbury Networks is showing its Location Appliance, which the company describes as the industry's first infrastructure-agnostic wireless location appliance. Press release
And finally...Hola, Foneros: Madrid, Spain-based FON has acquired the popular Firefox extension GSpace2. The FireFox extension allows users to treat their GMail accounts as an online file storage locker. Report