News from PC Magazine: Testing Google's Wi-Fi Network: "'It takes 10 years or more for wireless infrastructure to mature and become a viable useful commodity in our lives,' said Steve Goldberg, a venture capitalist with Venrock Associates, at the MuniWireless conference in June. 'It's going to take a few years for things to settle out. Cellular is going to get better, Wi-Fi is certainly is going to get better and WiMax is going to be out there too.'"
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