ALSO NOTED: CTIA announces Bush Sr. and Clinton as speakers; SF to reconsider Google-EarthLink?; and much more...

> CTIA announces President George Herbert Walker Bush and President Bill Clinton as keynote speakers on day three of the spring conference. Release

> Ruckus Wireless adds "dual zone" functionality to its popular MetroFlex broadband access gateway, enabling end users to connect to both outdoor WiFi networks and indoor WiFi ones for home PCs. Release

> Cisco faces challenges over the iPhone trademark in Canada. Article

> San Francisco budget analyst says the process for selecting Google-EarthLink for muni-wireless was profoundly flawed. Article

And Finally... Your daily dose of wireless trivia: What handset maker began as a paper mill and took the name of the river on which it was founded? Submit your answer here.

Yesterday's Question: What was the name of the Sprint PCS executive who made a cameo appearance in the blockbuster movie "Men In Black II?" Answer: Charles "Chuck" Levine. The first five correct answers came from: Amit Malhotra, Proxim Wireless; Scott Henderson, iPCS (Sprint PCS affiliate); Mark Lubow, Diamond Consultants; Doug Hopkins, Sprint; Peter Jarich, Current Analysis


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