Broadband Surf Report: Feb. 17

What looks good in broadband news for Feb. 17.

Our daily look at telecom news around the Web:

Will your mobile phone reorganize your life?--AFP

Indiana anti-muni bill dies in committee--Muni Wireless

Cisco's self-defending network strategy doesn't have all the answers--Information Week

Satellite ISPs gain ground--TechNewsWorld

Budget motel chain offers free long distance, Wi-Fi--Associated Press via USA Today

NTT DoCoMo to quit money-losing handyphone business: report--AFP

Qwest filing details $8 billion MCI bid--Light Reading

Boingo hotspot users roam in jets--Networking Pipeline

At least 20 vendors building Linux mobile phones, vendor claims--Mobile Pipeline

Consumer Ultrawideband: coming soon--Wi-Fi Planet

T-Mobile hotspots trains in Europe--Unstrung

Intel & Alcatel conspire on mobile WiMax--Wi-Fi Planet

Cell operators weigh moves to keep kids from phone porn--Mobile Pipeline

WLAN gear sales up 30% in 2004, study says--Networking Pipeline

Survey: Users will accept smart phone compromises--Mobile Pipeline

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