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> Rogers adds free long distance between home phone and wireless customers. Release

> The triple play goes outside the home: Ruckus Wireless debuts triple play-ready multimedia WiFi system for hotspot market. Release

> Privacy the major roadblock to LBS adoption? Release

> BenQ will be split up and sold. Article

And Finally...Trivia: In May 2004, then FCC Chairman Michael Powell pulled his support for Nextel's plan to relocate spectrum in what band? Submit your response here.

Last week's question: A Chicago subsidiary of which bank was the first to offer wireless banking to U.S. customers in 2000? Answer: Bank of Montreal. Special thanks to Anthony Kamfer, MyThum Interactive, who not only answered correctly, but was the only one that noticed my email was mispelled. Apologies to other respondents for the mistake.

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