Handhelds to get a talking to by Bell and VoiceGenie

Handhelds to get a talking to by Bell and VoiceGenie

While keying in a URL is no sweat on your desktop PC, on a mobile device with its miniature screen...

February 26th, 2003 Carly Suppa

Building security by making holes

Building security by making holes

Net InsiderLast month I got a call from the folks at VanDyke Software Inc. They wanted to chat about what...

February 6th, 2003 Scott Bradner

3G : New mobile data standard on the way

3G : New mobile data standard on the way

A new wireless data specification is expected to join an already crowded field next year. The IEEE this week created...

February 5th, 2003 Denise Pappalardo

HuneTec to rival BlackBerry with Palm OS device

HuneTec to rival BlackBerry with Palm OS device

HuneTec Co. Ltd., a small South Korean company, has licensed the Palm OS operating system for use in messaging devices...

January 5th, 2003 Joris Evers

WiFi group tightens up network security

WiFi group tightens up network security

Wireless network certification body the Wi-Fi Alliance has unveiled new mechanisms today to help Wi-Fi vendors make their products more...

November 4th, 2002 Stephen Lawson and Simon Easterman

Argument for 3G dominance riddled with confusion

Argument for 3G dominance riddled with confusion

A couple of months ago, David Neale was engaged in a discussion concerning the nature of wireless technology, particularly the...

October 3rd, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

IBM demos autonomic wireless monitoring app

IBM demos autonomic wireless monitoring app

Hoping to help users take another step toward autonomic computers, which are meant to manage, configure and maintain themselves, IBM...

June 16th, 2002 Sam Costello

Canadian wireless makers leap onto Sun

Canadian wireless makers leap onto Sun

How do you extend Java-based Web services applications onto wireless devices? If you are Sun Microsystems Inc., you develop a...

June 13th, 2002 Carly Suppa Network World

Worry-free wireless

Worry-free wireless

What's the easiest way to hack into a company's unprotected wireless network? Pick up a few cheap pieces of equipment...

April 30th, 2002 Danielle Dunne