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Bob's your Wi-Fi: Mr. Cringely on the exciting future of wireless: Cringe gets the Intel decision wrong, I believe (they announced in March that they were dropping HomeRF from their consumer products), but his thesis is terrific: the combination of disruptive high-speed technologies means more and interesting complications and resources.
Speaking of disruptive, report indicates 3G delays due to Wi-Fi's success: According to this internetnews.com story, US Bancorp Piper Jaffray runs the numbers and explains how Wi-Fi's success has pushed 3G cellular back. The report also contains some interesting numbers about the price elasticity of busines travelers for high-speed access.