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> San Francisco's Castro neighborhood launches free WiFi. Release

> Rumor Mill: Will Apple exit the iPod hardware market and just license the technology to vendors? Article

> Cingular Wireless to spend $500 million upgrading its network in Florida. Article

> Wayport acquires NetPoint, an ISP that targets the hospitality industry in Europe and the Middle East. Release

> Vindigo to launch an interactive mobile marketing platform. Article

> Napster, Dwango Wireless launch ringtone service, Napstertones. Release

> Zingy to launch hip-hop mobile games. Article

> A DC Circuit Court rules that the FCC cannot mandate copy protection in new digital TV equipment. Article

> BelAir Networks wins a WBI Award for its WiMax mesh networking product. BelAir is a member of the 2004 FierceWireless Fierce 15, an annual list of the top emerging wireless companies. Release

And Finally... Does the success of Google mean the end of software folders? Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

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