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Wireless devices will trigger mood scents from digital signs. Carrier NTT Communications believes the tool could be useful in retail stores, cafes and movie theatres

UK university networking labs get dedicated fibre

A government-funded computer network for education researchers has launched a dedicated fibre network to help research on future networking technologies.

Enhanced drivers licence approval for US Canada border sparks privacy caution

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced last week it will add enhanced driver's licences as one of the approved identification documents for Canadians travelling south of the border. With RFID being eyed as a likely technology to be used to develop these highly secured driver's licences, Ontario's privacy watchdog raises caution to ensure proper implementation.

Verizon, Nortel strike a deal

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Deal with Verizon ‘a boost’ for Nortel and Canadian telecom

Nortel Networks Corp.'s US$2 billion contract to supply equipment and services to telecom firm Verizon Wireless is a huge shot in the arm for Nortel

Insurer extends coverage for old IT

Toronto-based Transamerica Life Canada has found a way to retain its old IT system despite a new mandate from the Medical Information Bureau (MIB) to use the ACORD XML data standard for information collaboration.

principal of Rozender Consultants International

Erstwhile partners are now arch rivals in a high profile ultra-wideband (UWB) "standards" battle that could have a profound impact on the consumer electronics market.

Porn spammer pleads guilty

A California man accused of managing the computer system used to send hundreds of thousands of pornography-related e-mail messages has pleaded guilty to violating a U.S. antispam law.

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