The iPhone toll; Muni-WiFi--Sizzle or Fizzle?

> Apple's iPhone 3G is selling more units more quickly than the original model but that doesn't necessarily translate to more customers for AT&T. Article

> So far, 2008 has seen EarthLink and MetroFi shutter their muni-WiFi businesses, resulting in many cities that didn't want to buy their networks outright going dark. Does that mean the muni-WiFi market has fizzled? Special Report

> Shenandoah Telecommunications added 6,292 new customers in the second quarter for a total of 200,397 subs. Release

> Proxim looks to capitalize on Motorola's restructuring plans. Article

> Leap Wireless details aggressive plans for broadband. Article

And finally... Here's a man who turns 80 tomorrow... yeah 80 on 8/08/08.  Article

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