SAS to add wireless access to its Heathrow terminal: UK regulations prevent commercial use of 2.4 GHz, however, according to this article. This seems like a bit of old news: Telia told me in February of their plans to wire 19 SAS lounges worldwide, although most of them were to be in Europe. A consultant in this article says that SAS would be responsible for security when, in fact, it's truly a problem for end-to-end systems from a user's machine to the resources they're accessing. (I wrote about this a few weeks ago in discussing the weaknesses and workarounds for the current technology.)
AnywhereYouGo.com's Al Pritchard has his first Starbucks/MobileStar experience: as a fellow Mac user, I sympathize. Fortunately, I've been working on so many networks, that I knew precisey the settings and even had a configuration set up to work with MobileStar's requirements. I also found their login sequence a little funky.