ALSO NOTED: Xirrus planning 802.11n access points; AirCell partners with Virgin America for in-flight WiFi; and much more...

> Xirrus is developing a WiFi access point that can support up to 16 802.11n-compatible radios. Article

> WiChorus has raised $15 million in its second round of venture capital funding, which has brought its total VC to $25 million. Article

> AirCell has announced it is partnering with Virgin America to offer WiFi Internet services on the airline's flights in the continental U.S. in 2008. Article

> Turkey's Telecommunications Board will meet next week to discuss whether to approve the award of the country's first 3G license to mobile market leader Turkcell. Article

And Finally... Think your phone bill is big? Try $218 trillion. Article

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