ALSO NOTED: Boston's muni-WiFi plans; Ruckus Wireless on the "room puzzle"; and much more...

> Boston gives a nonprofit group the nod to raise $16 million to $20 million to fund a muni-wireless network. Article

> The IHT is running a piece on how to solve the "room puzzle" for IPTV, with interviews from Ruckus Wireless and its customers. Article

> Cellphones top Iraqis' cool list. Article

> Nokia launches a Golf Edition of its N93 handset that comes preloaded with an application that allows users to send and receive swings, drills and lessons using the camera phone. Article

And Finally... A recent Accenture survey finds that customer service is not just a problem for telcos, but pretty much all sectors. Article

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