Phone makers aggressive about 802.11b: phone makers talk the talk about incorporating Wi-Fi into cell phones; other devices also likely to see surge in development. Ben Charny mentions one chipmaker looking to make lower power devices, but remember Bermai and Marvell: two companies that have already built 802.11 protocols into the lower-power CMOS chips.
Sifry's alerts: I may be obsessed about 802.11b, but David Sifry is actually running a company that uses it (Sputnik). His blog so far is a solid compendium of news with a little commentary. If you have an RSS/RDF equipped program, like Userland Radio, you can subscribe to his feed.
PC Magazine cover story and articles on wireless: if you can find the content between the menu bars, advertisements, and popup windows, worth a good read, particularly this article on wireless LANs which offers product comparisons. [via Alan Reiter]