Elliot Spagat writes in great detail about MobileStar's plans, and commentary on the rest of the industry, in today's Wall Street Journal: unfortunately, the article is not publicly linkable, available only on their subscription site. A brief summary: MobileStar has received additional financing and hired a new CEO. Both WayPort and MobileStar are sitting on large cash stakes. MobileStar is now stating that roaming agreements would be premature in this nascent industry; this sounds more like a winner-take-all argument, and they are in the catbird's seat with more active locations than any other national provider. MobileStar apparently has the contracts for JFK, San Francisco International, and O'Hare (Chicago) airports. A formal roll-out with advertising of the Starbucks network is planned for later this year.