I'll admit it, I'm a bandwidth nut, so any news about ubiquitous high-speed Internet access always piques my interest.
Here's a snippet from LGC Wireless about their indoor 3G product.
LGC's InterReach(TM) Unison is a state-of-the-art distributed antenna system providing seamless mobile communication access for public or private venues. LGC's patented technology allows the use of fiber/twisted-pair cabling infrastructure, commonly used in Local Area Network's (LANs), for delivery of wireless voice and data applications. The InterReach(TM) Unison system supports all wireless protocols including TDMA, CDMA, CDMA2000, GSM, iDEN, 1XRTT, Ev-DO, GPRS, and W-CDMA.
Full release is here: