The Wi-Fi Alliance says it's certified over 4,000 devices with the Wi-Fi name since March 2000: Put that stick in the sand. Also, over 1,000 devices have been certified in just the last 15 months. They share the analyst opinion that 90 percent of Wi-Fi chipsets shipped in 2012 will offer 802.11n.
iPass hits 90,000 hotspots, 40,000 in Europe: The worldwide business roamer and security policy enabler notes that it saw 14,649 sessions used in London's Heathrow Airport in October totaling 12,484 hours.
Engadget finds new Microsoft Zunes, software better, but still lagging: Microsoft is catching up to last year's Apple products. Zune has Wi-Fi syncing; the iPod touch and iPhone do not. The iPhone and iPod touch have the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store; the Zune has no wireless download service yet. (Microsoft just bought a French company that specializes in cell-oriented music downloads.)
Nikon's revision to its previous Wi-Fi camera is better, but no browser: The review suggests that this 8.1-megapixel camera produces good images and works well with limited forms of Wi-Fi. But the reviewer wants a micro-browser. Really, they should just work with Devicescape or Boingo (or both) to integrate automated access to networks instead.