Enterasys scored an NFL stadium Wi-Fi deal; T-Mobile customers can add new hotspot packages for $20

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> Enterasys scored a stadium Wi-Fi deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. Article

> Nomadix and Aruba Networks settled their Internet gateway patent litigation. Release

> PCTEL launched a pay-per-use program for wireless network drive test and walk test equipment. Release

> Half of the Bluetooth-enabled devices shipped this year will be smart or smart-ready, according to ABI Research. Release

> T-Mobile US customers on unlimited high-speed data plans can add new hotspot packages for as little as $20. Article

And finally… A hilarious Conan O'Brien skit takes on Apple's attempts to diversify its product line… into bird feeders, soap, neck pillows, etc. Video

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