Wi-Fi Alliance warns of London's massive WiFi effort; Clearwire rolls out more cities

> The Wi-Fi Alliance has warned that the future London-wide wireless network proposed by Mayor Boris Johnson recently might not be fit for business or banking use. Article

> Sunrise Wireless has installed about $2 million's worth of WiFi, WiMax and wireless backhaul gear from Proxim Wireless around the San Francisco Bay to serve 62 square miles on the water. Article

> Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) announced mobile WiMAX service in Kansas City, Kan.,  Baltimore, Md., and Washington, D.C. is now live.  The company will offer an introductory promotion in all those markets, providing new customers with plans as low as $15 per month for the first two months of service with a $50 service credit. Article

And Finally... A Florida man told a deputy that his mother took his beer and he wanted her arrested. Article

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