Underwater lab's network uses thin clients, wirelessTo the scientists in the Aquarius lab, the broadband wireless link is almost as important as the umbilical cord carrying power and air. See the full case study.Fastest network in the world highlights promise of IPv6Internet2 Wednesday said international teams led by the University of Tokyo have broken the records for highest-bandwidth, end-to-end IP network. One upshot of the effort is that IPv6 is catching up to IPv4 in terms of its ability to handle high-performance applications. Click here for more.Cisco reseller tames hotel IP networksAdvancements in IP are not lost on the hospitality industry. Hotels and resorts offer high-speed Internet access from guest rooms over Ethernet, DSL and Wi-Fi. But increasingly, they are also embracing IP telephony, IP TV and other advancements tailored for \u201ceveryday\u201d use. Click here for more.Google to settle click-fraud lawsuit for $90 millionGoogle has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit brought against it over the issue of click fraud, which some industry experts believe could seriously threaten the company's main source of revenue: pay-per-click advertising. Google will pay as much as $90 million to affected advertisers in attorneys' fees and credits as part of the settlement. Click here for more.VoiceCon: Avaya CEO says VoIP may not lower costsAvaya CEO Don Peterson surprised some IT managers at VoiceCon Spring 2006 Wednesday by declaring that they should not deploy IP telephony expecting to lower communications costs. Instead, they should look at it as a way to improve business operations. Click here for more.BuzzblogPaul McNamara blogs about the latest Google gaffe, Microsoft\u2019s Origami, the flap over HP\u2019s severance package for Carly Fiorina and more. Check out the Buzz now.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.