ALSO NOTED: GoRemote teams with Skype for wVoIP;Agere's new chip solution grants handsets cinema quality video; and much more..

> GoRemote and Skype bring wVoIP to the enterprise. Release

> Agere Systems announces chip solution that enables cinema video quality and sound on handsets. Release

> Network Chemistry launches free BlueScanner software for security threats to BlueTooth devices in the enterprise. Release

> 802.11n coalition EWC posts spec on its Web site. Article

> San Francisco releases 17 of its muni-WiFi proposals, including Google's. Article

> Samsung launches handset with 3 GB of storage capacity. Article

> Australian research finds brain wave activity affected by mobile phones. Article

> A 2.5G mobile TV service launches in the UK. Article

And Finally... The National Zoo's baby panda gets a name--Tai Shan. Article

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