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Rogers launches its standalone 5G network, but it needs certified phones to work

Rogers officially turned on its standalone 5G network for its subscribers today, but customers looking to try it out will need a certified phone. Unlike...

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Sales down 36 per cent from the previous quarter as telecom equipment maker continues to look for buyers of its divisions

F5 bulks up Web application firewall

Company adds denial of service and brute force attack defences to its Application Security Manager software.

Palm’s new source

PalmSource's recent acquisition of China MobileSoft is an expression of the firm's commitment to set a new strategy for survival, especially in the hotly contested cellular phone market. We expect the Palm OS to evolve from its current status as an embedded OS to a focused user environment.

Offshore market milieu

Leading offshore vendors now compete with global outsourcing vendors, matching resources, industry breadth, and project capabilities. Although most historical success is for application services, vendors are diversifying capabilities to include consulting, vertical expertise, business process outsourcing (BPO), and infrastructure management. As domestic vendors also expand global resources, the competitive landscape for offshore becomes key to successful market dominance.

MS previews Windows CE 5.0

During the Embedded Systems Conference in San Francisco, Microsoft Corp. announced a technology preview kit for Windows CE 5.0, previously code-named Macallan.

RealNetworks warns of media player security flaws

RealNetworks Inc.'s media player software contains vulnerabilities that could let an attacker take control of a PC on which the software is used to download multimedia files, the company confirmed this week.

The art of integration

Pay a visit to your local art museum and you might come across a mosaic

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