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Qualcomm claims to have the first cellphone chipset supporting HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access), the 3G specification that will support a wider-range of uplink-intensive…
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IP telephony systems developer, Zultys, says its bluetooth conferencing phone, announced in December will go on sale in Australia in June.
Sunday, 07 May 2006 19:17

802.11n hits a roadblock

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See also: Cisco's Linksys launches 802.11n WLAN products NetGear promises 802.11n WLAN products by June First draft of next Wi-Fi standard, 802.12n The draft version…
A politician from the US Democratic Party has lodged a lawsuit against search engine leader Google, alleging that the company profits from child pornography.
Friday, 05 May 2006 18:34

McAfee joins doomsayers on Mac security

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McAfee Avert Lab has added its voice to those claiming the security of the Mac OS X operating system and its applications is much weaker…
See also: Qualcomm cellphone chips to run Windows Mobile Nokia and ATI Technologies have formed a strategic relationship to boost the multimedia capabilities of Nokia…
Qualcomm and Microsoft plan to port the Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system to Qualcomm's Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chipsets.
A clear majority of internet users are against Microsoft making its Live Search product the default search box in the new version of its Internet…
Netgear, Cirrus Communications and Broadband Phone have formed a partnership to provide VoIP services to customers in regional areas at what they say will be…

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