Here’s a new kind of networking that will delight you on-the-go types: Technology developed by Mesh Networks (recently acquired by Motorola) will extend WiFi coverage over dozens of square miles, even in areas where no hot spots exist. According to Motorola, meshers “form large, ad hoc peer-to-peer networks virtually anywhere, anytime.” In effect, the system turns everyone’s laptop into a router/repeater, moving data at speeds of up to 6MB per second. Sounds like a winner to us.