Virgin Mobile launches prepaid MiFi service; Femto Forum announces plugfest

> Virgin Mobile USA is launching a prepaid Novatel MiFi service as part of Sprint Nextel's prepaid push. Article

> San Francisco International will offer free WiFi access. The free service will replace a fee-based WiFi connection provided by T-Mobile beginning Sept. 1. Article

> The Femto Forum announced its second plugfest interoperability testing event which will focus on the Broadband Forum's femtocell management standard. Article

> Qualcomm has started sampling its FSM9xxx family of chipsets for femtocells. Article

And Finally... An argument over butter in a macaroni and cheese recipe churned into violence between a brother and sister. A 21-year-old man called police June 6 to say his 17-year-old sister tried to cut his neck with the serrated edge of a spatula. Article

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