CellTrust’s Secure SMS Gateway Sets The New Standard

CellTrust is in the business of providing secure and trusted exchange of information on mobile devices, and announced yesterday that they’ve been granted certification by Microsoft of compatibility with Windows Mobile 6.0. This extends their secure mobile-platform to even more devices. What’s possible with their secure platform is the true future of mobile commerce and…

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All This And Pac-Man, Too?

One open mobile operating system. Three thousand programmers. Ten minutes. That just about sums up Google’s brief but compelling Wednesday debut of Android, the open mobile operating system that has rallied numerous handset makers, cellular service providers, and software developers. Most of Android’s features seemed predicated on touch-screen technology, though tracker-ball technology is also compatible….

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The Good & Bad of Google Offering Nationwide WiFi

With Google’s interest in securing a section of the upcoming wireless spectrum that becomes available after the digital switch, there’s been some speculation that the main intention on Google’s mind is to offer a free nationwide wifi network based on the high-power frequencies usually reserved for television. Not long ago, Google submitted a six-page letter…

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The Changing Face of iPhone Websites

With the IPhone growing almost as ubiquitous as cell phones themselves, businesses large and small are rapidly developing versions of their established web sites specifically for the Apple device, apparently whether there’s a good reason for it or not. As Apple has redundantly advertised, one of the iPhone’s greatest strengths is it’s full Web browser…

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Qualcomm + Targeted Ad-Serving From Xiam

Qualcomm recently purchased Dublin-based Xiam technologies in an effort to strengthen it’s “internet services” division and to add another layer of mobile innovation to it’s portfolio. Xiam offers a highly targeted ad-serving platform designed to combine a vast amount of information from a user’s online habits, with an inventory of third-party advertisers. Named “My Personal…

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