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Nokia Bets on Open Source for Cell Phone Browser

6/1/2006
Mobile phone giant Nokia released its S60 mobile browser source code under the open source BSD license this week, claiming the move will promote handset platform consistency and avoid the fragmentation that has held back mobile browsing.

Mobility is not an Option

6/1/2006
When the State of California began promulgating new building codes that were to go into effect in October 2005, at the same time that federal building laws changed and the Energy Star program announced impending changes, it created a perfect storm of sorts for Home Energy Rating System (HERS) provider CHEERS.

RSA Study: Wireless Network Security Tightens Up

6/1/2006
A new study published by researchers at RSA Security finds that as the number of wireless networks located in some of the world's largest cities is growing, so is the number of those systems protected by encryption or other IT defenses.

The Fine Print

6/1/2006
Business is heating up for Arctic Glacier, Canada's largest distributor of ice and a supplier, as well, to 50,000 U.S. accounts.

Symantec AntiVirus Worm Hole Puts Millions at Risk

6/1/2006
A gaping security flaw in the latest versions of Symantec's anti-virus software suite could put millions of users at risk of a debilitating worm attack, Internet security experts warned May 25.

Spring Issue of Wireless Enterprise Magazine Now Available

6/1/2006
The Spring Issue of Wireless Enterprise magazine is now available in both electronic and print formats. This issue features stories about how leading companies are deploying mobile solutions, including Kauai Medical Center, Pelikan Hardcopy, Liz Claiborne, Inc., and more.

We're in the Muni

6/1/2006
Last year, according to a 2006 report published by ABI Research, municipal Wi-Fi networks covered only about 1,500 square miles worldwide (that's 3,885 square km).
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