Rogers AT&T offers GPRS services for Treo

Rogers AT&T offers GPRS services for Treo

Rogers AT&T Wireless customers in Canada can now access data and e-mail service through their Handspring Treo 180 mobile phones,...

September 9th, 2002 Jeff Wilson

Study: Bluetooth security should raise red flags

Study: Bluetooth security should raise red flags

Because much of the Bluetooth wireless security model is optional, network executives should start setting policies for handling the short-range...

September 8th, 2002 John Cox

Exego brings PC files to your cell phone

Exego brings PC files to your cell phone

Verizon Wireless Inc. has launched Exego, a service that lets customers access and transfer PC files via select mobile phones.The...

June 17th, 2002 Sean Captain

News Thread

News Thread

The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance announced recently that the number of mergers and acquisitions in the Canadian software and computer...

February 7th, 2002 No Author

Yahoo offers video instant messaging

Yahoo offers video instant messaging

Following a similar announcement from Microsoft Corp., Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Yahoo Inc. is offering its members the ability to send and...

July 12th, 2001 No Author

No hiding place for truants

No hiding place for truants

Mobile phones have a new function - stopping children playing truant from school. Parents involved in a government-backed trial will...

June 4th, 2001 Wendy Brewer

Gartner: Mobile phone sales up 46 percent last year

Gartner: Mobile phone sales up 46 percent last year

Worldwide sales of mobile phones were up 45.5 per cent in 2000 to 412.7 million units, said research and consulting...

February 15th, 2001 Rick Perera

Ericsson, IBM team on mobile financial services

Ericsson, IBM team on mobile financial services

L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co. and IBM Corp. will join forces to deliver financial services over wireless networks, the two companies...

February 15th, 2001 Rick Perera and Terho Uimonen

Researchers downsize speech recognition

Researchers downsize speech recognition

University researchers in Hong Kong have developed speech recognition technology that they say can run on less processing power than...

February 8th, 2001 No Author