ALSO NOTED: Ruckus sells wireless IPTV system; Denver group approves Qwest franchise; and much more...

> Working with local retailer Darty, wireless networking start-up Ruckus Wireless will sell its WiFi system to French consumers who want cable-free access to IPTV.  Article

> Denver metro-area group approves Qwest Communications model franchise agreement. The Qwest agreement doesn't include a "build-out" provision, leaving infrastructure development to cable TV incumbent Comcast. Article

> Deutsche Telekom has struck a deal with German pay TV operator Premiere to jointly provide IPTV services (IP over VDSL). The deal comes right in time to broadcast the 2006/2007 season of the Bundesliga, the country's first football league. Article

> And Finally... A Web crime? Student charged for teacher insults posted on MySpace.com. Article

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