ALSO NOTED: WiMax applauded Supercomm; Netgear's MIMO wirleless router; and much more...

> WiMax gets nod of approval from execs at Supercomm. Story

> British Airways to promote use of RFIDs in baggage handling. Story

> Reva Systems shows RFID network architecture. Report

> Symbol shows Windows CE RFID reader. Report

> New DSL standard to be 10 times faster. Story

> Netgear's MIMO wirleless router. Review

> Artimi shows single chip UWB made in 0.18 micron SiGE BiCMOS, which can process up to 4 GHz of bandwidth and provide throughputs up to 800 Mbps. Report

> Nintendo will establish 1,000 WiFi hotspots in Japan for owners of its DS portable game machines to play games with others online for free. Story

> Boingo expands to Boston's Logan airport. Release

> Network security evolving to unified-management approach. Story

And Finally... Microsoft promises a Blackberry rival in mid-autumn. Story

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