Apr. 4: Coverage by John Markoff in The New York Times about further security problems with 802.11b's WEP encryption. The newest flaw reveals that it's extremely easy to have an outside machine tap into the network.
Mar. 29: The highly entertaining Rob Flickenger, some kind of dyed-his-hair-orange system admin for O'Reilly and Associates, notes the performance of WiFi under microwave oven conditions. WiFi suffers a performance hit when there's an operating microwave oven nearby because the oven emits interference in the 2.4 GHz band, which WiFi uses. His report is here, and quite charming.
Feb. 22: Wireless Web, Wherever, The New York Times by Glenn Fleishman. Survey of the companies deploying for-fee access via 802.11b in public venues, including restaurants, coffee shops (such as Starbucks), airports, and hotels. Includes sidebar on the issues surrounding using the technology.