Guest post: Four articles worth reading

Filtered internet, mobile data use, cool WiMAX gear and an excellent Wi-Fi router.

No opt-out of filtered Internet for Australians

This article by Darren Pauli reports that Australians "will be unable to opt-out of the government's pending Internet content filtering scheme, and will instead be placed on a watered-down blacklist."

UMA, femtocells and mobile data traffic

This article by Mikael Ricknäs of the IDG News Service is worth a read. It covers some of the issues brought on by the increase in mobile data traffic, particularly by home users: "Mobile traffic generated from homes was estimated at 40 percent of the total of such traffic in 2007, and by 2013 it is expected to reach 58 percent".

8 pieces of cool WiMAX gear

Gadgets and devices that will help you connect to WiMAX.

Linksys WRT610N review

And, last but not least, check out James Hutchinson's review of the awesome Linksys WRT610N wireless router.

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