Please Slashdot editors,
Make summaries interesting for your target readers.
If you want to shift your target to people who, within the context of a wireless protocol, consider "advertisements" as something bad and intrusive and not some type of broadcast service announcement, that's ok. But please, in that case tell us clearly, so we can find an alternative site.
If you want to recover the old nerdies who have long left the page, please consider that your audience has some technical background when writing the summaries. You could have highlighted many interesting points from the Ars Technica text (or even have found a deeper one), such as current size of advertising packets or the discussion on hardware compatibility via software upgrade.
But instead, you highlighted the only part which has no interest -- the clarification about what are *not* advertising packets. Seriously, is the focus of the summary targeting your target?