ALSO NOTED: Siemens invests in Tropos networks;Ruckus Wireless solves last 25-meter problem; and much more...

>Siemens invests in Tropos Networks, developer of metro-wide WiFi mesh networks. Release

>Ruckus Wireless launches a multimedia system that steers wireless signals around sources of interference while intelligently managing triple-play traffic. Release

>Tony Li leaves Cisco again. Article

>Intel's new 65-nanometer wafer-making process could cut back on cell phone battery waste by as much as 1,000 times.  Article

>Sequoia is testing a new 3G wireless chip that can handle five wireless standards. Article

And finally... Music on a phone is not 50 percent more valuable. Blog


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